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post #2611 of 7827
Hello guys, nice work everyone.

Maybe someone can help me with this: I flashed a reference 680 with the LN2 bios successfully; however under load the GPU's clock falls down and comes up again instantly, creating massive stuttering in games -> 324, 446, 966, 1097 to default to boost MHz.

I am using MSI Afterburner 2.2.3, maybe someone can help me out this because I have been looking for hours and I ended up with nothing.

Thanks in advance to anyone who takes the time to enlighten me.
post #2612 of 7827
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Originally Posted by Fabulist View Post

Hello guys, nice work everyone.
Maybe someone can help me with this: I flashed a reference 680 with the LN2 bios successfully; however under load the GPU's clock falls down and comes up again instantly, creating massive stuttering in games -> 324, 446, 966, 1097 to default to boost MHz.
I am using MSI Afterburner 2.2.3, maybe someone can help me out this because I have been looking for hours and I ended up with nothing.
Thanks in advance to anyone who takes the time to enlighten me.

If this was happening to me, I'd flash back to your original bios or another reference 1.21v bios.

Your current modded bios isn't working for you.
    
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Is this final and absolute?

Should I not try the "Newer" LN2 bios or something?

How come I read people with reference cards having no problem with this bios, could it be my fault or could it be something is wrong with the card?
post #2614 of 7827
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Is this final and absolute?
Should I not try the "Newer" LN2 bios or something?
How come I read people with reference cards having no problem with this bios, could it be my fault or could it be something is wrong with the card?

Me and another guy both had an Asus DCII 680 and we used a modded LN2 bios on it. He said his games/benches ran fine, mine stuttered like crazy.

Could be system component related maybe.
    
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I don't think all reference cards can use it, only the ones with the same CHILXXXX chip onboard IIRC. Sorry, can't remember the exact chip name.

CHIL 8318 seems to be it.
Edited by GnarlyCharlie - 9/10/12 at 9:16am
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Well that sucks big time, I do have a very good bios mod from Saltius, but I would like the extra voltage too.

Can anyone suggest to me a bios that will give me access to the extra voltage, as well as unlocked fan speed and a bit more power limit?
post #2617 of 7827
I think that's the roadblock. The CHIL 8318 allows software voltage control where the "stock" chip doesn't, as I understand it. And I'm certainly far from an expert here. The documentation for AB 2.2.3 also mentions the uP6262 voltage regulator, so there's evidently some hardware requirements on the cards that has to be met for software voltage control to be used.
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Hey guys! Long time lurker and first time poster here on overclock.net! I'm super excited to say I'll be joining the club this week. Going to put my order in on Thursday for two of these bad boys and a M5E! Part of a new build, that I've been looking forward to for a while. Super excited to get some cards that can overclock as my old 6870's are crap at overclocking. I'm hoping to squeeze 1300+ on each of them, is that too much to hope for on an sli setup? What real world temps should i be expecting for an sli of these bad boys? Have a Haf X and an h100, so the airflow should be pretty nice. Again, super excited for the cards and to join the owners club!
post #2619 of 7827
Hello and welcome , I think that 1300MHz @ SLI is the safe bet with the Lightnings thumb.gif
Edited by famich - 9/10/12 at 11:19am
post #2620 of 7827
Man, I'll probably jump on the 780 bandwagon first day if it has voltage control.

My card is odd. On stock volts BIOS1 it only does 1248Mhz
Maxed Volts on BIOS1 1313Mhz.
Maxed volts LN2 1357Mhz.

All I ever wanted was 1300Mhz on stock v =(

I might just run it maxed 24/7, would be fun to see how long till it degrades.
Edited by Scorpion667 - 9/10/12 at 11:15am
    
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