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I ve making a test with my System:
3Dmark 11 strofzpim.jpg
(some nvidia Quallity settings was enabled)
GTX 680 lightning @ 1515Mhz /7112Mhz
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max. Power = 605 watts
A short Test with 1530Mhz on my Lightning push to 627 watts.

what voltage was the gpu at for this run?
post #3742 of 7827
The highest Value on my MM was 1,46V .
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The highest Value on my MM was 1,46V .

did you do the art money hack or just max out slider in AB, that a great oc.
post #3744 of 7827
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did you do the art money hack or just max out slider in AB, that a great oc.

I use the Art Money hack and a great cooling.. smile.gif
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did you do the art money hack or just max out slider in AB, that a great oc.

Would have been the hack as AB does not go over 1.36v.

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Have you folks used the EVGA OC Scanner's "Furry-Tessy Donut" stress test? Wow! I thought I was fully stable (Heaven, 3DMark, BF3 ect.) on LN2 BIOS @ 1350-1400. Nope! Turns out that I'm fully stable at around 1260/7.1Ghz using stock volts since raising the voltage would shoot the temps up higher than I'm comfortable with while running the OC Scanner Furry-Tessy Donut stress test.
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Have you folks used the EVGA OC Scanner's "Furry-Tessy Donut" stress test? Wow! I thought I was fully stable (Heaven, 3DMark, BF3 ect.) on LN2 BIOS @ 1350-1400. Nope! Turns out that I'm fully stable at around 1260/7.1Ghz using stock volts since raising the voltage would shoot the temps up higher than I'm comfortable with while running the OC Scanner Furry-Tessy Donut stress test.

Since GTX 500 series. Nvidia cards downclock during extreme stress tests to prevent hardware damage.
Therefore -unfortunately- OCCT, Furmark or EVGA OC Scanner are extremely useless now.
With GTX 400 series it was pretty accurate though. once my old GTX 470 get artifacts with my OCs. it crashes within a few minutes of gaming and benchmarking.
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Since GTX 500 series. Nvidia cards downclock during extreme stress tests to prevent hardware damage.
Therefore -unfortunately- OCCT, Furmark or EVGA OC Scanner are extremely useless now.

With GTX 400 series it was pretty accurate though. once my old GTX 470 get artifacts with my OCs. it crashes within a few minutes of gaming and benchmarking.

I never tried any of them since 200 series, furmark was completely useless for gtx 285s, never tried it with 400 series but got even more useless (if possible) with 500 series.
Someone was telling me it worked better with 600 series but never tried it myself.
    
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Since GTX 500 series. Nvidia cards downclock during extreme stress tests to prevent hardware damage.
Therefore -unfortunately- OCCT, Furmark or EVGA OC Scanner are extremely useless now.
With GTX 400 series it was pretty accurate though. once my old GTX 470 get artifacts with my OCs. it crashes within a few minutes of gaming and benchmarking.
My card never downclocked. OC Scanner simply detected artifacts. Brutal stress test.
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OC Scanner is designed to maintain optimal GPU loading to prevent downclocking but still be relevant for artifact scanning...

With that being said, nothing is perfect, so I would still recommend testing other applications also.
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