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post #3411 of 7827
i cant see wasting almost 300 on blocks when the cards allready surpass 1350 on air. and the games i like to play i cannot run a stable overclock anyway..but yes it will look so good!!!!!
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post #3412 of 7827
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

God I've had 680 Lightnings on the brain for like a month! Would cost a ton though with blocks and the new stuff will be out within 6 months anyway, Dang it, what to do??? mad.gif

The choice here is quite clear... I say 2 thumbs up thumb.gifthumb.gif

You can sell whatever you buy on eBay when the next series gets closer. It's not like if you buy a pair of Lightnings, you're out $1200. You'll get most of that back when you sell them. So go for it!

Plus...just imagine what mine would do under water...Snorkle.gif = drool.gif
Edited by dph314 - 10/22/12 at 3:17pm
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post #3413 of 7827
Hi Lightnings owners and fans. I really want to be a member too.
So here it is my tickets to join smile.gif

NEW

Username: JaBR23KiX
Max Core OC: 1287mhz I hope i get a better stabiled numbers soon.
Max Memory OC: 6840 mhz

80.04.09.00.F7 (non-LN2)
80.04.09.00.F8 (unlocked LN2)

There is my 3rd pair from MSI family. I never used another brand in my pc for graphics.










Greetings from Czech to all. Peace
Edited by JaBR23KiX - 10/22/12 at 5:00pm
post #3414 of 7827
Hey, I just got a MSI GTX 680 Lightning the other day. Right now im looking to just keep it at stock settings and will OC later on. My bios versions are the following:
80.04.28.00.39 (non-LN2)
80.04.28.00.3A (unlocked LN2)

Should I flash my bios or do I have a good version? Also, which bios is good to keep the card running at stock settings. I dont want to OC ATM since I really dont need it and just want to know which bios to use at stock. Thanks guys.
post #3415 of 7827
if it isnt broke dont fix it!! i run my sli stock as its overkill for any games now and in the next year or so.but if your into benching and bragging rights.unlock them mother suckers and see what they can do!!
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Originally Posted by snitchkilla11 View Post

if it isnt broke dont fix it!! i run my sli stock as its overkill for any games now and in the next year or so.but if your into benching and bragging rights.unlock them mother suckers and see what they can do!!

I really dont need to OC. I just need to know which bios is best for running the card at stock. The normal bios or LN2? Should I flash myne or are they fine?
post #3417 of 7827
normal bios for stock.they are fine if your just gaming with no oc
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I wish I had 'overkill' frown.gif. Not the case with a 120hz monitor.
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post #3419 of 7827
i got 120hz...really; not a huge deal.i really dont notice a huge difference.but then again i sold my 60hz so i cant go back and check an see
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Originally Posted by Addsome View Post

Hey, I just got a MSI GTX 680 Lightning the other day. Right now im looking to just keep it at stock settings and will OC later on. My bios versions are the following:
80.04.28.00.39 (non-LN2)
80.04.28.00.3A (unlocked LN2)
Should I flash my bios or do I have a good version? Also, which bios is good to keep the card running at stock settings. I dont want to OC ATM since I really dont need it and just want to know which bios to use at stock. Thanks guys.

If it wasn't for your post, I would have never known my card was already an unlocked card (3A) and I would have flashed my bios for nothing. You had the exact same bios as I do.
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