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If I water cool, should I bother leaving on the gpu reactor?
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Originally Posted by Neo Zuko View Post

If I water cool, should I bother leaving on the gpu reactor?

I ended up putting mine back on because it looks cool smile.gif WC build is still in progress, taking my time frown.gif

I hate case modding BTW
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I ended up putting mine back on because it looks cool smile.gif WC build is still in progress, taking my time frown.gif
I hate case modding BTW

Hurry up man, I can't wait to see what your cards can do!tongue.gif
    
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What the hell o.O How did you give more than +93v ? Can you tell me how to do it because with +93v i stucked at 1380 mhz and i really want to hit 1400 sonic.gif
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What the hell o.O How did you give more than +93v ? Can you tell me how to do it because with +93v i stucked at 1380 mhz and i really want to hit 1400 sonic.gif

you'd really have to be on water or have super low ambients.....you could easily blow your VRMs.

You have to hack AB using a program that was posted ages ago....i can' remember the link to do so.
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I dont think it would require so much to achieve 20mhz more. Is it really that risky ? My temperatures are fine they are always below 60c.
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I dont think it would require so much to achieve 20mhz more. Is it really that risky ? My temperatures are fine they are always below 60c.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1280007/official-msi-gtx-680-lightning-owners-club/2500#post_18071218

Only good for quick bench runs. I've kept my card's core under 70C. and the VRMs under 60C and it's been fine. 3dMark11 is easy because the Graphics Tests are so short.

And of course...use carefully and at your own risk teaching.gif
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I am getting glitching and artifacting in skyrim on ultra settings with my gtx 680? Is this normal? :/
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1372 with +93mV and Power Limit 133 on non-LN2 Bios any good ?

How to unlock Aux and Memory Voltage in AB ?

1350 seems to work with 1.212-1,216.

You think power limit kicks in since it locks up @1382 under Heaven Benchmark ?!

Thanks for any comments. thumb.gif
Edited by IronAge - 9/9/12 at 3:50pm
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1372 with +93mV and Power Limit 133 on non-LN2 Bios any good ?
How to unlock Aux and Memory Voltage in AB ?
1350 seems to work with 1.212-1,216.
You think power limit kicks in since it locks up @1382 under Heaven Benchmark ?!
Thanks for any comments. thumb.gif

Click the drop down arrow on the right edge of core voltage setting. mem and aux will drop down. Best suggestion is leave aux at 0, or (minus) -50.
I don't know just how much the power limit actually does.
Those are good clocks.
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