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Heaven ..

All maxed at 1920 x 1200

clock 1312
no mem
power 300
volt slider on 40

Highest volt on a full pass 1.234
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Dont' think you need to. Just do a cold reboot and you should be set. Once you cold reboot you will be able to apply over voltage with 2.2.3.

Rebooted and AB now shows the "old" BIOS smile.gif. Thanks!

Now to test this shizzle out.

Can you check how much voltage the card is fed through AB?
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Rebooted and AB now shows the "old" BIOS smile.gif. Thanks!
Now to test this shizzle out.
Can you check how much voltage the card is fed through AB?

Voltmeter is the most accurate. The monitor in AB will give you a rough idea but its not 100% accurate, although it should be within 100mV.
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Just did a run on my 680 with the new Afterburner. Started out easy. Going for more now. This was 1342/3454. Voltages: +0 core, +40 memory +20 aux. Not bad to start if I do say so myself.

Nice, does the new afterburner unlock core clocks for you as well?
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Nice, does the new afterburner unlock core clocks for you as well?

Triple overvoltage is unlocked and works well but I did flash to your BIOS of course. Getting artifacting at 1382 unfortunately and enough to cause a full crash at 1392. Kind of bummed on that but can't complain. 1370 runs gorgeously at 1.215 volts. Haven't turned it up yet.
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Voltmeter is the most accurate. The monitor in AB will give you a rough idea but its not 100% accurate, although it should be within 100mV.

AB says 1.283, spiking at 1.304 when I shut down heaven, so I guess I'm still having problems tongue.gif. Atleast I'm stable on +100 now :|.
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Everything is unlocked and works well but I did flash to your BIOS of course. Getting artifacting at 1382 unfortunately and enough to cause a full crash at 1392. Kind of bummed on that but can't complain. 1370 runs gorgeously at 1.215 volts. Haven't turned it up yet.

Nice, thats a sick overclock. Great results thumb.gif I wonder if asus owners can flash to this as well since it also uses the same CHiL chip.....
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AB says 1.283, spiking at 1.304 when I shut down heaven, so I guess I'm still having problems tongue.gif. Atleast I'm stable on +100 now :|.

Start low (aim for 1300 or so) and make sure your temps are their best possible by using manual fan 70% or higher. You may want to use a lower voltage as well, like I said earlier if you max everything out from the getgo it will give you high temperatures.....Make sure your power % is 250% or greater, that could help.

If you max everything out from the getgo that might be problematic. Otherwise I dunno!
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LOL if that is possible it would be epic biggrin.gif

Also i asked, but i guess u missed that post Xoleras, how does maxing power help if the card is at 90% of its max power during most of the time even with overclock in sig.
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Well it's working fine now. Just bumped my Heaven score up a full point from 119.3/3004 to 120.4/3033 on the first run (using the settings in the "Official H3" thread), nothing got over 70°C. That's 1325 clocks in synched SLI, 3962 mem. +70 on the V Slider, 300% power, +123 core, +450 mem.
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