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Many thanx M8. Now i am finally get some extra juice from my CPU !!
I still not get some good results and now i find sone offset overvoltage guide from RAJA on ASUS ROG and squeeze this with my Asus RIVE and NOCTUA NH-D14 on it. More graphics benchmarks will come with this cpu setting.
Peace man.



edit :
MMmmmmm. Cpu runs great at 4.9. Temp 68 celsius. Both graphics has great temps too but i cannot get more from this setup. Pc freezing after one minute in heaven benchmark.
Please leave some comments here. What can i do better ?


Edited by JaBR23KiX - 10/19/12 at 9:07pm
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Damn. Awesome card. I can run 1350mhz at stock voltage but I need 1.42v for 1480/7200, although I don't know what I'd need if I kept the memory at the stock speed. What is your memory overclock when running 1480mhz core @ 1.35v?

I ran 1750, didnt try higher back then. Daily i just run 1300 with no added voltage and 1800 on mem.

The whole problem with Afterburner 2.2.3 lowering the GPU voltage with every restart is very annoying. Stopping me from running max OC 24/7 - Because IF i forgot to raise the voltage after some restarts, i would crash in games.

So i just use AB 2.2.4 now at 1300/1800.

I'm still a little dissapointed that it says "UNLOCKED DIGITAL POWER" on the box, but its actually not. I need to use an old afterburner AND raise the voltage manually every reboot?

But still the best GTX 680 out there imo. And im not going back to 7970 thats for sure..
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im picking up a lightning 7970 just for ****s and giggles..plus for 300..il bench it and resell it..unless the 7970s are that bad?
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Here there are some latest results in 3DMARK 11






when i try more clocks or voltage pc went freeze.
Edited by JaBR23KiX - 10/20/12 at 11:35am
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I have a little question to all...

What kind of speeds are you guys using for 24/7?
And what are your temps under BF3 for exsample? (Pls mention your cooing, air/water)

Thanks
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yall can run bf3 with a stable overclock?? please tell me how you do it..i cannot for the life of me
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yall can run bf3 with a stable overclock?? please tell me how you do it..i cannot for the life of me

Best advise I can give you is crank the core voltage set the memory at 7000 (+500) and set the core to +100. Run heaven full max for a few hours. If you come back and find it hasn't crashed or no artifacting you should be stable.

If that's not stable try +50 and walk it up from there with the method above memory clock is important on these cards due to the fail bus width. It would be better to lose a little core for a memory gain.


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im picking up a lightning 7970 just for ****s and giggles..plus for 300..il bench it and resell it..unless the 7970s are that bad?

Mainly drivers. I went through 2 different cards (lightnings) that didn't clock for shat or whined so bad it was stupid.

I've read that the drivers are much better now but the hardware accel screen tearing with Firefox was the main reason I tossed the platform.


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Best advise I can give you is crank the core voltage set the memory at 7000 (+500) and set the core to +100. Run heaven full max for a few hours. If you come back and find it hasn't crashed or no artifacting you should be stable.
If that's not stable try +50 and walk it up from there with the method above memory clock is important on these cards due to the fail bus width. It would be better to lose a little core for a memory gain.
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i can run haven at 1390 stable..but as soon as i run bf3 at even 50+ on my stock settings i get a crash..my question was were people running oc in bf3.
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So I currently own a GTX 680 SC Signature Edition, and with the max voltage (1.175v) I can reach around 1125 MHz stock (~1185 MHz boost). I've read that the MSI Lightnings are the best GTX 680s money can buy, but with Nvidia putting a voltage lock on all cards, is it still worth considering upgrading to the Lightning version? I purchased my Signature for about $470, and the Lightnings are still going for around $600 on Newegg ($550 with rebate "card").
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