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I think AMD dominated Time is over... devil.gif
Here is a asus under Air:
http://hwbot.org/submission/2359099_hokiealumnus_3dmark11___performance_geforce_gtx_titan_14623_marks
Hmm, not bad, I guess that monster in some kind of Lightning version and under water, could go up to 1200Mhz, but still, dat price tag wth.gif
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oops..
i post so many Times here... and i am not a Lightning club owner...
If you mean you are not on the list on first page, it's doesn't seems to be updated anymore, so...
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Max Core OC: 1372 Mhz
Max Memory OC: 7298 Mhz effective Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

New guy here. Just really needed to post my results with this amazing card. So easy to work with.
Great score (well the graphic score, you are limited by CPU now tongue.gif) and cool temps Snorkle.gif ftw
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THANKS IN ADVANCE TO ANYONE WILLING TO TRY AND HELP ME ... This one's kinda long. I'm having a little trouble with my 2 x MSI GTX 680 Lightnings and I've tried everything I can think of and I've read like 200+ pages on this thread with no help... I just built my rig a week ago and I have 2 680 Lightnings in SLI running on (PCIe 3.0 x8/x8)... well, I've been trying to overclock them but I'm still a beginner... I flashed the LN2 Bios to the 3A unlocked Bios... I downloaded the latest Nvidia Drivers... I also downloaded the latest MSI Afterburner (and even tried 2.3.3 with no luck), CPU-Z, and GPU-Z.... I unlocked the voltage control, and voltage monitoring in "settings" in MSI AB.... I changed the two lines to unlock the Unofficial Overclock thing in the "Afterburner.cfg" file... and I started trying to Overclock it based off what others have done... I maxed out all the voltages, and the Power Limit as far as they would go, and I started at +190 Core Clock, and +525 Memory Clock and it worked fine and was stable... then I tried going up on the Core Clock until it was no longer stable and then backing off a little.... Well, My issue is... Even with combinations where the core clock is at +250 or even higher... The changes show up aross the GPU Clock row numbers on GPU-Z (dont think they're totally accurate) but on both GPU-Z AND AFTERBURNER the Sensor graphs are saying that I NEVER go over 1202MHz (or like 1201.9) no matter how far I overclock the CORE CLOCK on both of the Lightnings. (The Memory Overclocks show up in the sensor graphs KINDA accurate sometimes).. BUT once I up the CORE CLOCK to up past +275MHz or so its Immediatly UNSTABLE... but it STILL shows up at 1202MHz on the Sensor Graphs. I've been racking my brain on this for days.... Any answers or help or ideas would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!! I just want to have these core clock speeds everyone else is getting instead of being stuck at 1202MHz. and only being able to get results on the Memory side of the tracks. There's no reason that I can think of why it's stuck at 1202MHz and no higher, but can still get unstable if I try clock the Core too high even though it doesn't show up...

My Build Info should all be right here under this... - Viktor
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For the startpost:
Username: DJRamses
Max. tested Clock: 1581Mhz 1598Mhz possible. Full run later!
Max Mem : 7328Mhz
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I dont think my rig showed up on the bottom of my last post, so just in case it didn't... Here it is. I built this a week ago off of Newegg

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I am using AB 2.3.1 and have it modded so I can up the voltage. It seems to be working fine for my GPU1 but doesn't work for my GPU2. Do I need to add any other lines to mod AB in order for it to work?

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THANKS IN ADVANCE TO ANYONE WILLING TO TRY AND HELP ME ... This one's kinda long. I'm having a little trouble with my 2 x MSI GTX 680 Lightnings and I've tried everything I can think of and I've read like 200+ pages on this thread with no help... I just built my rig a week ago and I have 2 680 Lightnings in SLI running on (PCIe 3.0 x8/x8)... well, I've been trying to overclock them but I'm still a beginner... I flashed the LN2 Bios to the 3A unlocked Bios... I downloaded the latest Nvidia Drivers... I also downloaded the latest MSI Afterburner (and even tried 2.3.3 with no luck), CPU-Z, and GPU-Z.... I unlocked the voltage control, and voltage monitoring in "settings" in MSI AB.... I changed the two lines to unlock the Unofficial Overclock thing in the "Afterburner.cfg" file... and I started trying to Overclock it based off what others have done... I maxed out all the voltages, and the Power Limit as far as they would go, and I started at +190 Core Clock, and +525 Memory Clock and it worked fine and was stable... then I tried going up on the Core Clock until it was no longer stable and then backing off a little.... Well, My issue is... Even with combinations where the core clock is at +250 or even higher... The changes show up aross the GPU Clock row numbers on GPU-Z (dont think they're totally accurate) but on both GPU-Z AND AFTERBURNER the Sensor graphs are saying that I NEVER go over 1202MHz (or like 1201.9) no matter how far I overclock the CORE CLOCK on both of the Lightnings. (The Memory Overclocks show up in the sensor graphs KINDA accurate sometimes).. BUT once I up the CORE CLOCK to up past +275MHz or so its Immediatly UNSTABLE... but it STILL shows up at 1202MHz on the Sensor Graphs. I've been racking my brain on this for days.... Any answers or help or ideas would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!! I just want to have these core clock speeds everyone else is getting instead of being stuck at 1202MHz. and only being able to get results on the Memory side of the tracks. There's no reason that I can think of why it's stuck at 1202MHz and no higher, but can still get unstable if I try clock the Core too high even though it doesn't show up...

My Build Info should all be right here under this... - Viktor

+275 on the core? it's probably crashing, no 680 lightning is doing that on air with only the +100 voltage added. You can set whatever clocks you want & see them in gpu-z, but it is likely crashing as soon as the gpu goes into high power state.

I'm a bit disappoint in Titan, great card, but expensive & needs very heavy hardmodding to really see the benching potential.
    
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well at +275 Core clock on my Afterburner it's only putting it at GPU Core Clock 1281MHz and 1334 Boost Clock...OR SO IT SAYS!! But it still only maxes at 1202MHz on the Sensor Graphs. And it's not crashing at all... I can play real graphics intensive games and it doesn't crash. I think something's messed up somewhere... I'm a total NEWB when it comes to all this, so bare with me. I don't know what to do.
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+275 on the core? it's probably crashing, no 680 lightning is doing that on air with only the +100 voltage added. You can set whatever clocks you want & see them in gpu-z, but it is likely crashing as soon as the gpu goes into high power state.

I'm a bit disappoint in Titan, great card, but expensive & needs very heavy hardmodding to really see the benching potential.

I agree. So much so that I really am contemplating two or three 680 Lightnings instead...
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On the ln2 bios gpu-z will normally show 1006/1502/1059 at stock, with boost it runs at 1201.9 core clock. As you add +100 it should boost to 1300 core clock & so on. If your card can get upwards of +200 with extra voltage it would be doing pretty good for air cooled.
    
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