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Originally Posted by KUSTOMIZER View Post

also do you guys measure your overclocks based on where the core turbo speed goes or the actual core clock???

Based on what Afterburner says.
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@KUSTOMIZER

It did for me. Afterburner is a little bugged, after you restart the voltages for the 2 cards are not set properly. So after a reboot just open afterburner and set them each to +100mv. It should drop to +93mv. With synchronize set, i kept getting crashes.But with it disabled as long as i remember to reset voltages i dont have any crashes at all.
post #3003 of 7827
I just bought my GTX680 lightning and decide to flash unlock bios. I did every thing said on page 1 and flashed unlock bios. But when i reboot the system i see this

I flashed orijinal bios and now everything is alright. İs there something wrong i did when i flashing rom or is there a way that to fix this.
post #3004 of 7827
What kind of unlocked BIOS did you flash ? F8 or 3A ?
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@ POYRI
Did have selector switch in LN2 position?
post #3006 of 7827
Some of the posts in this thread have lead me to believe that new Lightnings no longer overclock good. Is this true?
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post #3007 of 7827
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Some of the posts in this thread have lead me to believe that new Lightnings no longer overclock good. Is this true?
If you do the statistics you will notice that the samplesize is too low, so it is impossible to accurately conclude whether a significant difference in overclocking potential exists between older versus new Lightnings. What would you consider to be new Lightnings?
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If you do the statistics you will notice that the samplesize is too low, so it is impossible to accurately conclude whether a significant difference in overclocking potential exists between older versus new Lightnings. What would you consider to be new Lightnings?

think he means the ones shipped with the newer bios


some amazing clocks on here, but even i only seem to hit +145-150 max without 3d mark 11 crashing on the old LN2bios (flashed from the new one btw )

considering getting 2 blocks for mine, but will putting them under water really make that much difference?
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Originally Posted by gavbon View Post

think he means the ones shipped with the newer bios
some amazing clocks on here, but even i only seem to hit +145-150 max without 3d mark 11 crashing on the old LN2bios (flashed from the new one btw )
considering getting 2 blocks for mine, but will putting them under water really make that much difference?
Only if you increase voltage
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Only if you increase voltage

think it would be possible to hit 200+ with a voltage increase under water?
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