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I'll ask again guys, are all of the power phase LED's supposed to remain lit constantly when in LN2 BIOS?

I've done a quick Heaven run with 310.54 and I think I've gained a few FPS, but definitely nowhere near 16%!!

Now that I'm using the unlocked BIOS I'll be doing a bit of benching over the next few days, I'll post back with the results from my card.

BTW, what might be considered an everyday 24/7 OC on the Lightning on standard air cooling??
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I'll ask again guys, are all of the power phase LED's supposed to remain lit constantly when in LN2 BIOS?
I've done a quick Heaven run with 310.54 and I think I've gained a few FPS, but definitely nowhere near 16%!!
Now that I'm using the unlocked BIOS I'll be doing a bit of benching over the next few days, I'll post back with the results from my card.
BTW, what might be considered an everyday 24/7 OC on the Lightning on standard air cooling??

Both my lightnings stay lit, so that is a yes smile.gif

My 24/7 OC on air was +120 core and +420 on the mem. Power target 300%. +93voltage +100 mem volt +50 aux. A very nice boost to fps. On water, I run +150 core +500mem for 24/7 stable gaming.

Remember though that each chip is different, some better some poorer.

Run a few loops of heaven I found the best (6 loops) and then jump into gaming. BF3 is a great test for stability.
    
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Both my lightnings stay lit, so that is a yes smile.gif
My 24/7 OC on air was +120 core and +420 on the mem. Power target 300%. +93voltage +100 mem volt +50 aux. A very nice boost to fps. On water, I run +150 core +500mem for 24/7 stable gaming.
Remember though that each chip is different, some better some poorer.
Run a few loops of heaven I found the best (6 loops) and then jump into gaming. BF3 is a great test for stability.

Thanks again!!

Blue LED's are ruining my red and black themed interior (Asus ROG based system)!!!biggrin.gif

Anyway, I'll give your 24/7 settings a try, seem like a good starting point. What temps are we looking at staying under?
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Glad to help smile.gif

70C is the max I would want. I love the blue led's with the red led's on my ROG board biggrin.gif

Report back on how you get on please.
    
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What are the conclusion on the new BETA 310.54? Better than current WHQL? I don't trust nVidias own numbers anymore...
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Thanks. I know I had a ton of questions when I was figuring all of this stuff out when I first got the card and I received all the help I needed, so I feel it's only right to try and help as many others as I can in return, hopefully paying the thread back for what I've taken from it redface.gif

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What are the conclusion on the new BETA 310.54? Better than current WHQL? I don't trust nVidias own numbers anymore...


I got about 15-20fps more in blackops 2.
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Are there any extreme coolers that would like to test benefits of memory OCP modification?

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Are there any extreme coolers that would like to test benefits of memory OCP modification?

I also would like to know the outcome of this.
    
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Are there any extreme coolers that would like to test benefits of memory OCP modification?

Are you talking about the contents of this thread? -> http://www.overclock.net/t/1321511/gtx-680-lightning-vgpu-mod

Not an extreme cooler here, but just curious as to what your asking about would do, and what can be done with the .zip file you posted in that thread.
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Does anyone think 1385 Mhz (+190 core clock) is good for 1.31V? That is the max I can reach with that voltage. my memory is at 3506 Mhz. That I think it can go a little higher.
my temp is 78C running 3DMark11 Performance benchmark, do you recommend go any higher in Volts? I'm cooling with stock air fan 100% . please some advice.
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