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new beta driver and better result in 3dmarkvantage 43466 p

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Yes, the beta-driver and Vantage works fine.. biggrin.gif

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Good indeed. I guarentee not many references are running that speed, definitely not as cool either. so, yep, good card.

Yes, about 12.11... I'm all for it, for the fact that it should give Nvidia a nice kick in the ass and we'll all benefit from that next series. Hopefully Nvidia won't take them so lightly. I can't help but feel though that it's the same situation with Nvidia and AMD as it is with Intel and AMD. Nvidia isn't taking huge leaps between series' performance because they don't have to with the current competition, and don't feel the need to cannibalize the previous gen.

So, I don't think we'll ever see either company pull ahead by a wide margin.
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Guys, quick question about the 680L.

After powering up the PC or after the system resumes from sleep does it take a while for the blue LED's down by the fans to illuminate?

Mine take around 20-30 seconds before they come on.
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Guys, quick question about the 680L.

After powering up the PC or after the system resumes from sleep does it take a while for the blue LED's down by the fans to illuminate?

Mine take around 20-30 seconds before they come on.

Mine go on instantly. But as long as everything is working you should be fine. Might just be the way yours works for some reason.
Is there a delay with the display coming up as well? Is the card working, it's just the LEDs that delay?
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Everything seems to be ok, no delay in the display coming up. The LED's seem to illuminate when the fans start to spin in the proper direction, the card does this dust removal thing for around 30 seconds during which the fans reverse direction. Just wondering if the LED's indicate the fans are working in the correct direction.
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Everything seems to be ok, no delay in the display coming up. The LED's seem to illuminate when the fans start to spin in the proper direction, the card does this dust removal thing for around 30 seconds during which the fans reverse direction. Just wondering if the LED's indicate the fans are working in the correct direction.

Yeah the card does the dust-removal spin for 30 seconds when the computer is turned on, not when coming out of sleep though, but either way my LEDs turn on the second I hit the power button. Maybe it's your BIOS? Not sure if the newer default BIOSs could be causing the delay with the LEDs. Does it happen when you boot using the LN2 BIOS as well? Did you try flashing to the unlocked 3A LN2 BIOS from the OP yet? I've heard more than 1 person say they've had problems with the unlocked F8 BIOS from the OP, so I would definitely go with the 3A if you have to flash, it's better anyways (doesn't force a hard-reset when crashing from an unstable OC).
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Not tried the LN2 BIOS yet, correct me if I'm wrong but changing to LN2 requires a re-install of the GPU drivers?? I understand the system has to be fully powered down before changing over.

TBH, I'm not that fussed about the LED's, it's not like they're not working at all. Of course if the card starts to show any additional issues then we'll have to consider a possible RMA.
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Not tried the LN2 BIOS yet, correct me if I'm wrong but changing to LN2 requires a re-install of the GPU drivers?? I understand the system has to be fully powered down before changing over.

TBH, I'm not that fussed about the LED's, it's not like they're not working at all. Of course if the card starts to show any additional issues then we'll have to consider a possible RMA.

You should have to reinstall them when you switch over to the LN2 BIOS for the first time, yeah. You don't have to do a clean install though, since it's the same driver version. Just run the drivers file and let it reinstall over your current installation (assuming it's the same driver version). And yes, computer off when flipping the switch.

Trying out the LN2 BIOS is always worth a shot though, if for nothing more than to see what your card is capable of. I couldn't wait more than a few minutes with a new graphics card before I take its training wheels off and push it full throttle smile.gif
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