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post #3021 of 7827
Yes, it can. You may have to flash your BIOS possibly, but you'll be fine. Haven't heard of anyone having issues with over volting.
post #3022 of 7827
Soon i will post some GXT680 DC2T Hotwire at 1500mhz smile.gif

Still waiting for my 10K ohm trimmer....
post #3023 of 7827
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I will soon be the owner of a 680 Lightning biggrin.gif Praying that these cards can still be voltage adjusted...???

Ordered mine last night too. My 670 is doing fine, but for some reason having a new case sitting in my living room is causing me to buy things I don't really need. biggrin.gif
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It seems the Lightning 680 is now the ONLY 680 capable of overvolting (Correct me if I am wrong). I want 1300MHz+ biggrin.gif
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It seems the Lightning 680 is now the ONLY 680 capable of overvolting (Correct me if I am wrong). I want 1300MHz+ biggrin.gif

You can overvolt a DCII card using VGA hotwire. Needs soldering though.
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You can overvolt a DCII card using VGA hotwire. Needs soldering though.

And an asus maximus motherboard
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Yea, A RIVE or a MVE.
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post #3028 of 7827
So what's the deal with the EK blocks anyway? Thought they were supposed to be available by the end of September and that's the only way I'd switch to 680 Lightnings is if I was able to get EK blocks for them...
post #3029 of 7827
I just installed my second GTX680 Lightning - got it last week - not running SLI tho.

(my first one is within the first 5000)

It came with the locked LN2 Bios so before trying anything i flashed it with unlocked LN2 Bios 80.04.09.00.F8

80.04.09.00.F8 gave me artifacts even before the OS/GPU driver being loaded at power up/post screen.

So i have flashed 80.04.28.00.3A - it posts boots ok into windows.

AB 2.2.3 gives me +93 maximum vGPU offset which results in about 1.277-1.281 vGPU under load.
post #3030 of 7827
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Originally Posted by IronAge View Post

I just installed my second GTX680 Lightning - got it last week - not running SLI tho.
(my first one is within the first 5000)
It came with the locked LN2 Bios so before trying anything i flashed it with unlocked LN2 Bios 80.04.09.00.F8
80.04.09.00.F8 gave me artifacts even before the OS/GPU driver being loaded at power up/post screen.
So i have flashed 80.04.28.00.3A - it posts boots ok into windows.
AB 2.2.3 gives me +93 maximum vGPU offset which results in about 1.277-1.281 vGPU under load.

What are your clocks at maximum vGPU?
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