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Just to mention the newer Asus gtx 680 top revisions are 0D, not C3. The bios in the OP is C3 for this card and causes artifacts so it doesn't work. Just tried it.
Kinda silly that I can't push my card further >.< I have 1300MHz max boost with 1.45Vcore and 7600MHz on GPU with everything on stock voltages/power. I hate it that I can't bring the voltage to 1.175V during boost. I set the minimum voltage to 1.175V in Asus gpu tweak and still it's not doing it.
You can dump your bios and mod it your self then, or post it and I can do it for you.
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With this mod GTX 660 (non ti) is the best bang for the buck. Now I can get past that low 110% power limit and I can get 1228mhz fully stable clock. Awesome. Just to remember, stock boost is 1050mhz in this card, so this is almost a 200mhz overclock, wich is huge. I´m now in 400€ cards terrain. This card cost me 220€, with this unlock I can´t be more happy with it!
No, it is not at the 400 Euros terrain. The 660ti is still not as good as the 670/680 by far. The bandwidth bus is still far far far too little to be as successful as 670/680. A great OC for your card, even higher than mine can with my tests so far, but not better than the 670/680.
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Hey, I'm wondering which bios I should flash too?
I currently have a reference cooler galaxy 680 and on max stock voltage I have been able to achieve +200Mhz core and +500Mhz on the memory with max temps of about 70 Celcius.
I will be getting the bracket to water cool with an antec kuhler 620 some time soon.
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Hey, I'm wondering which bios I should flash too?
I currently have a reference cooler galaxy 680 and on max stock voltage I have been able to achieve +200Mhz core and +500Mhz on the memory with max temps of about 70 Celcius.
I will be getting the bracket to water cool with an antec kuhler 620 some time soon.
Well now that we have KGB, you can flash to your own bios!
Just dump your bios, back it up again as KGB does not make a new bios only mods the one it has, and flash with firestorm.
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Awesome, thanks. I just recently started doing overclocking and after seeing the clock I was able to achieve with my chip I am really anxious to see how far beyond the 1306 Mhz I'm currently at I can go.
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Awesome, thanks. I just recently started doing overclocking and after seeing the clock I was able to achieve with my chip I am really anxious to see how far beyond the 1306 Mhz I'm currently at I can go.
Thats a great clock you have there, and my guess is around 1325-1330 for bench marks and ~1320 for games.
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Didn´t say it was better, but surely its performance is almost near 670, at 1200mhz+

Don´t forget this card is 980mhz stock... 1200mhz+ is an HUGE overclock. I´m getting almost 70fps Average on Battlefield 3 1080p with 4xMSAA and Post FX high, Ultra. It´s not a normal thing for a 220€ card.

I can pretty understand why Nvidia put a 110% low power limite to these cards. They would kill 660ti sales.
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Didn´t say it was better, but surely its performance is almost near 670, at 1200mhz+
Don´t forget this card is 980mhz stock... 1200mhz+ is an HUGE overclock. I´m getting almost 70fps Average on Battlefield 3 1080p with 4xMSAA and Post FX high, Ultra. It´s not a normal thing for a 220€ card.
I can pretty understand why Nvidia put a 110% low power limite to these cards. They would kill 660ti sales.
670 stock is 1050mhz, i think a number of users get 1300MHz+ and a few get 1400MHz+
Yes, your card is good. But still not 670 levels. My 670 is 1150 mhz, maybe less, and ive tested at 1050mhz and I get mostly 70fps, 70-90, at all those settings you listed, and higher. all ultra. On a 1080p 27" monitor.
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Its probably the game. I am guessing you have Vsync on as well? Taking that off should bump up the clocks and usage.

it must be the game, because the same thing happens on the 306 WHQL driver and on the last beta. I turned the vsync off in the game and in nvidia driver I run Adaptive Vsync (kickin in only at 60FPS, gets turned off below that number).

The problem happens ONLY during cinematics (not the interactive gameplay) when FPS drops to around 25-30fps while whenever in true game (battle or base interface) the FPS stay at 60FPS. I tried turning the Adaptive vsync off in the driver, but the FPS in game were shooting up past 70 and bad screen tearing was happening (barely playable when scrolling the map of battlefield). it's like the card stays at base 915MHz clock & 30% load during frequent cinematics only and low FPS happens then, not sure why, tactical in-game FPS is not the issue...

in other words to keep it simple, by numbers (from Precision OSD):
1920x1200 @ 60Hz on 24'' LCD

XCOM attempt #1
670 @ 1300MHz (Maximum Performance Power Mode)
Adaptive vsync on
in-game vsync turned off
a) cinematics 30FPS, 30% load, 915MHz clock
b) interactive game (mouse cursor active) 60FPS, 42% load, 915MHz clock ...

while I can understand why the clock doesn't boost up to max I don't understand the load and FPS difference between interactive vs cinematics...
Edited by feniks - 12/3/12 at 6:05pm
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XCOM attempt #2:
670 @ 1300MHz (Adaptive Performance Power Mode)
Nvidia vsync controlled by 3D app
in-game vsync turned off
a) cinematics 30FPS, 18% load, 324-745MHz clock
b) interactive game (mouse cursor active) 60FPS, 42% load, 745MHz clock ...

XCOM attempt #3:
670 @ 1300MHz (Adaptive Performance Power Mode)
Nvidia vsync off
in-game vsync turned off
a) cinematics 30FPS, 18% load, 324-745MHz clock
b) interactive game (mouse cursor active) 62FPS, 42% load, 745MHz clock ...

XCOM attempt #4:
670 @ 1300MHz (Max Power Performance Power Mode)
Nvidia vsync off
in-game vsync turned off
a) cinematics 30FPS, 31% load, 915MHz clock
b) interactive game (mouse cursor active) 62FPS, 42% load, 915MHz clock ...

XCOM attempt #5:
670 @ 1300MHz (Adaptive Performance Power Mode)
Adaptive vsync
in-game vsync turned off
a) cinematics 30FPS, 18% load, 324-732MHz clock
b) interactive game (mouse cursor active) 60FPS, 42% load, 732MHz clock ...

same thing happens on 306 WHQL and latest beta...

... what gives, LOL!?
Edited by feniks - 12/3/12 at 6:09pm
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