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Actually that is where I am with the nvidia driver in my daily OS, but not just the 680, any nvidia card just gets blackscreen when the driver loads, safe mode is fine. Can't even uninstall & clean out the old driver & reinstall, still haven't found a way to get an nvidia card to work & don't want to reinstall this OS.

Pretty weird compared to a few years back, I have to use an AMD card because of terrible nvidia drivers right now.
    
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Actually that is where I am with the nvidia driver in my daily OS, but not just the 680, any nvidia card just gets blackscreen when the driver loads, safe mode is fine. Can't even uninstall & clean out the old driver & reinstall, still haven't found a way to get an nvidia card to work & don't want to reinstall this OS.
Pretty weird compared to a few years back, I have to use an AMD card because of terrible nvidia drivers right now.

Well like i said LN2 works fine, but now just getting the black screen with the normal bios. Safe mode the card works fine on either bios.

When i try to use the normal non ln2 bios this flashes on the screen almost right when the rig powers on


Edited by sockpirate - 11/29/12 at 6:19pm
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Are the steps for flashing in the OP for flashing bios1 ?
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As long as the switch is set to bios 1, that is the one that will get the flash.
    
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@sockpirate i got myself a lightning a few days ago and flashed it due to limitations. smile.gif But i found the reason why i got red screens on my LN2 Bios was because of my screen software that started up with windows. Magictune For my samsung screen. Ended up sacrifysing it for the greater good( oh well to software calibrating, screen buttons sucks!) but that fixed my red screen issue. Hope it helps!

I am a new member here and finnally the proud owner of a GTX680 Lightning. Can you please tell me the overclocks use run for 24/7 usage and gaming? currently i'm running it with 1306 on the core (LN2 Bios) according to kombuster with a Voltage BuuuumP:)
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Guys, is it ok if i use EVGA precision X? Or afterburner to maximize overclocking?
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Afterburner... For one reason. Overvoltage.
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@sockpirate i got myself a lightning a few days ago and flashed it due to limitations. smile.gif But i found the reason why i got red screens on my LN2 Bios was because of my screen software that started up with windows. Magictune For my samsung screen. Ended up sacrifysing it for the greater good( oh well to software calibrating, screen buttons sucks!) but that fixed my red screen issue. Hope it helps!
I am a new member here and finnally the proud owner of a GTX680 Lightning. Can you please tell me the overclocks use run for 24/7 usage and gaming? currently i'm running it with 1306 on the core (LN2 Bios) according to kombuster with a Voltage BuuuumP:)

Kombuster isn't a good way to test stability. Heaven full max for about 30mins to an hour is a good start point. If it passes that play some stressful games. If it doesn't crash your good.

And a 24/7 overclock isn't possible on these cards they down volt and under clock.

Even if you "prefer max performance" globally in the control panel the only thing that will stay overclocked is the memory and your voltage will run at peak 24/7. The core will run 1202 until "boost" is needed.
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Not sure if anyone else has noticed this but when I try overvolting now, anytime I try and run 3DMark11, it red screens straight away or just crashes? Not sure if they have nobbled these new drivers and even if you go back to older drivers I get the same. I even put a LTG on a different PSU in case this was the problem.
    
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Not sure if anyone else has noticed this but when I try overvolting now, anytime I try and run 3DMark11, it red screens straight away or just crashes? Not sure if they have nobbled these new drivers and even if you go back to older drivers I get the same. I even put a LTG on a different PSU in case this was the problem.

You tried a few older driver versions and it still happened? Do you do a completely clean install of the drivers each switch? Did you change anything else that might be causing it, like started using a different version of Afterburner? This happens even when keeping the stock clocks and just change the voltage?
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