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OK I'll play around with it some more.
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I can't get higher clocks and values on LN2 bios. Max. voltage is 1.310 I guess.. How I can remove this voltage limit guys ? headscratch.gif
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is that 1.310v read from a DMM or AB? With my 680L AB shows 1.304v and my Digital Multi-meter show ~1.36v or so.
Edited by MightyUnit - 12/25/12 at 10:37am
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Shall I make a voltage table that can be added to the OP as I have a MM?

etc.

AB setting 1= 1.24v
AB setting 2= 1.26v
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Shall I make a voltage table that can be added to the OP as I have a MM?
etc.
AB setting 1= 1.24v
AB setting 2= 1.26v

Would be nice thumb.gif
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Back again...680 Lightning sold. Why? >

- 256 bit bottlenecking was pretty enormous
- 2gb = cheap
- low ROPS
- basically it was a 660 series card
- extreme bad performance for the price. (similar cards here are much lower in price)
- Afterburner bugs with voltage dropdowns every restart (Damn went me crazy when I forget to back it up when the game crashed because I forgot to change)
- The MSI coolers are terrible and XXXXL size for NO reason, + get loud at 55 percent!! had gigabyte as well but thats like 5 times more quiet with much smaller coolers thanks to vapor chamber
- was not even cherry picked. (what the hell MSI????)

BTW this was my 2nd Lightning and also my last one, after a while I think the cards are pretty bad for what you pay for or you need to go LN2.
Also was my 2nd card from MSI that overclocked like crap.

Basically I wait for GK110 or something like that...
Edited by Arnoud87 - 12/25/12 at 3:05pm
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Originally Posted by Arnoud87 View Post

Back again...680 Lightning sold. Why? >
- 256 bit bottlenecking was pretty enormous
- 2gb = cheap
- low ROPS
- basically it was a 660 series card
- extreme bad performance for the price. (similar cards here are much lower in price)
- Afterburner bugs with voltage dropdowns every restart (Damn went me crazy when I forget to back it up when the game crashed because I forgot to change)
- The MSI coolers are terrible and XXXXL size for NO reason, + get loud at 55 percent!! had gigabyte as well but thats like 5 times more quiet with much smaller coolers thanks to vapor chamber
- was not even cherry picked. (what the hell MSI????)
BTW this was my 2nd Lightning and also my last one, after a while I think the cards are pretty bad for what you pay for or you need to go LN2.
Also was my 2nd card from MSI that overclocked like crap.
Basically I wait for GK110 or something like that...

No need to take a poop in this thread though.
    
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Originally Posted by Arnoud87 View Post

Back again...680 Lightning sold. Why? >
- 256 bit bottlenecking was pretty enormous
- 2gb = cheap
- low ROPS
- basically it was a 660 series card
- extreme bad performance for the price. (similar cards here are much lower in price)
- Afterburner bugs with voltage dropdowns every restart (Damn went me crazy when I forget to back it up when the game crashed because I forgot to change)
- The MSI coolers are terrible and XXXXL size for NO reason, + get loud at 55 percent!! had gigabyte as well but thats like 5 times more quiet with much smaller coolers thanks to vapor chamber
- was not even cherry picked. (what the hell MSI????)
BTW this was my 2nd Lightning and also my last one, after a while I think the cards are pretty bad for what you pay for or you need to go LN2.
Also was my 2nd card from MSI that overclocked like crap.
Basically I wait for GK110 or something like that...

Funny. the MSI cooler is the best I have used. I have benched 2 GigaByte cards and they were crap.

Also Voltage table:

AB 2.2.3, 3A LN2 BIOS.

Stock - 1.250
+6 - 1.258
+12 - 1.263
+18 - 1.273
+25 - 1.280
+31 - 1.285
+37 - 1.295
+43 - 1.300
+50 - 1.308
+56 - 1.313
+62 - 1.319
+68 - 1.325
+75 - 1.332
+81 - 1.338
+87 - 1.345
+93 - 1.356
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Funny. the MSI cooler is the best I have used. I have benched 2 GigaByte cards and they were crap.
Also Voltage table:
AB 2.2.3, 3A LN2 BIOS.
Stock - 1.250
+6 - 1.258
+12 - 1.263
+18 - 1.273
+25 - 1.280
+31 - 1.285
+37 - 1.295
+43 - 1.300
+50 - 1.308
+56 - 1.313
+62 - 1.319
+68 - 1.325
+75 - 1.332
+81 - 1.338
+87 - 1.345
+93 - 1.356

I've owned 4 Gigabyte cards in the past as well...they were 500 series....but still I've found the MSI cooler to be superior as well.
Also thanks for the table. +rep
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