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If i have MSI GeForce GTX 680 TwinFrozr can you add me?
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Not bad, so I'm stable at 1360 on the core and 1700(6800effective) on the mem smile.gif These Lightnings sure deliver.
Also, with regards to AB, the +mv bar seems to keep 'dropping' on its own, it's now at +62 (it was 93 or so yesterday and I didn't make any changes). I've restarted AB and re-applied the OC and voltages, but it still does it when I reboot the application. Is this normal as well? It's just not staying at that fixed voltage for some reason... although the mem and AUX stay put. Or, could it just be a reading error on AB?

You have to bump it up past what you want each time before you hit "Apply" to save any changes. If I set it on say +70, it'll bump down to +67 when I hit Apply. So I set it on (I think) +77 and it bumps down to (again, going from memory) +74. But if I leave it on +74, next time I make a change and hit Apply, it'll go to +67. And if you leave it on +67, it'll bump back down when you hit Apply next time. I now just make all the changes I want, hit Apply, then go back and set the +mv bar a little past what I want and hit Apply again, last thing before I test. I can never get +100mv, my slider always reverts to +93 as the max.
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You have to bump it up past what you want each time before you hit "Apply" to save any changes. If I set it on say +70, it'll bump down to +67 when I hit Apply. So I set it on (I think) +77 and it bumps down to (again, going from memory) +74. But if I leave it on +74, next time I make a change and hit Apply, it'll go to +67. And if you leave it on +67, it'll bump back down when you hit Apply next time. I now just make all the changes I want, hit Apply, then go back and set the +mv bar a little past what I want and hit Apply again, last thing before I test. I can never get +100mv, my slider always reverts to +93 as the max.

This is correct and you have to watch out for this if you have an overclock that requires a lot of volts.
Every time you log in you need to change it back to the seeting your core required or you will crash.
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Question, has anyone used nvflash with SLI? As far as I can tell nvflash only does GPU1, I was thinking about going to 3a so I get TDRs instead of blackscreens when pushing for max overclocks...
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Well, no trouble with my SLI 580 to flash. Does both no problems. with my 460 SLI would ask twice, but with 580s just seems to do both at once....
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Figured it out....

Have to use "nvflash -i0" for GPU 1 and nvflash -i1 for GPU 2
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Well, no trouble with my SLI 580 to flash. Does both no problems. with my 460 SLI would ask twice, but with 580s just seems to do both at once....

Yep, my old gtx480s in SLI would flash both no problem too.

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glad you figured it out xoleras.
    
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Holy crap, I just went back to BIOS 3a and its much better like you guys said. I don't get blackscreen anymore, I get TDRs on pushing clocks that are too high.

Backstory: BIOS 1 on the lightning boosts depending on your chip quality. LN2 BIOS boosts to 1202 no matter what. So with that said:

I went back to BIOS 1 just to test and holy crap, my first GPU much be one of the most golden chips of all time. It boosts to 1280 out of the box wth.gif with NO overclocking and with no additional voltage! SO I went to test both in heaven and with +100 core clock and +133 power limit (from BIOS 1) my GPU1 boosts to 1380 and GPU2 boosts to 1320ish lol..

I'm going to test this more, i'm trying to find a sweet spot where I can get a maximum overclock with as little voltage as possible.
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Holy crap, I just went back to BIOS 3a and its much better like you guys said. I don't get blackscreen anymore, I get TDRs on pushing clocks that are too high.
Backstory: BIOS 1 on the lightning boosts depending on your chip quality. LN2 BIOS boosts to 1202 no matter what. So with that said:
I went back to BIOS 1 just to test and holy crap, my first GPU much be one of the most golden chips of all time. It boosts to 1280 out of the box wth.gif with NO overclocking and with no additional voltage! SO I went to test both in heaven and with +100 core clock and +133 power limit (from BIOS 1) my GPU1 boosts to 1380 and GPU2 boosts to 1320ish lol..
I'm going to test this more, i'm trying to find a sweet spot where I can get a maximum overclock with as little voltage as possible.

Yes, 3A is awesome. smile.gif
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