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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

it's just that the MSI PE is already "hardware-modded" out of the box so you can get past 1.212V with it. Yes?

Yes.. the chip in the 670 PE is one that can be controlled using software where-as no other manufacturer uses it.
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Exactly what I was referring to! So no omg's needed here. I didn't understand earlier why you needed to do a hardware mod just to get past 1.212V and you mentioned in one post that the MSI PE supports overvoltage overclocking. Technically, all GTX 670's support overvoltage it's just that the MSI PE is already "hardware-modded" out of the box so you can get past 1.212V with it. Yes?

Same voltage controller, so technically, no :S, but practically speaking, yes.
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Yes Direct CU II is equipped for overclocking, too...but Matrix is their 'true' high end graphics card like Lightning from MSI and Classified from EVGA.
Lightning have a dual BIOS, no throttling, Classified have 3 BIOS and EVBot (although now EVBot is gone)..., matrix 7970 have a manual voltage control and 100% fan button.

That Matrix card is expensive :S glad we are on the same lines though wink.gif. Any Matrix owners club, does people actually buy that card? :O
Edited by iRandomize - 1/7/13 at 2:00am
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Yes Direct CU II is equipped for overclocking, too...but Matrix is their 'true' high end graphics card like Lightning from MSI and Classified from EVGA.
Lightning have a dual BIOS, no throttling, Classified have 3 BIOS and EVBot (although now EVBot is gone)..., matrix 7970 have a manual voltage control and 100% fan button.
wrong. Matrix is just the name given to their AMD chips as far as I see. The whole voltage control etc is from AMD since they can change voltages while ours are stock locked down. TOP was the name given to the nvidia Asus gpus that were factory overclocked and supposed to be better but that hasn't come to be too true and they cancelled or lowered the oc models clock and took top off the name
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wrong. Matrix is just the name given to their AMD chips as far as I see. The whole voltage control etc is from AMD since they can change voltages while ours are stock locked down. TOP was the name given to the nvidia Asus gpus that were factory overclocked and supposed to be better but that hasn't come to be too true and they cancelled or lowered the oc models clock and took top off the name

Really? How about the GTX 580 Matrix Platinum? Have you ever heard that? Kudos for you, sir thumb.gif
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This will work on GTX 690 bioses?
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After hearing Skyn3t's GPU dying, I went paranoid and flashed my cards to stock BIOS again. sad-smiley-002.gif

Has anyone been running a GTX670/680 with 1.212v BIOS for a long period and at load many hours a day? I do Folding@Home so they're under 100% load almost 24/7.
    
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After hearing Skyn3t's GPU dying, I went paranoid and flashed my cards to stock BIOS again. sad-smiley-002.gif
Has anyone been running a GTX670/680 with 1.212v BIOS for a long period and at load many hours a day? I do Folding@Home so they're under 100% load almost 24/7.

I wouldn't personally bother with overvolt modded BIOS for folding ... what kind of PPD change are you seeing with vmodded BIOS vs stock? 5%? not worth it IMHO, since the cards run at full steam 24/7, just keep them at stock voltage ... or even limit that a bit to preserve their life for longer ... folding is not gonna pay you back for a dead card (in-warranty RMA may however LOL!), and they may use up much quicker if kept under full load 24/7, just my 2 cents...
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wrong. Matrix is just the name given to their AMD chips as far as I see. The whole voltage control etc is from AMD since they can change voltages while ours are stock locked down. TOP was the name given to the nvidia Asus gpus that were factory overclocked and supposed to be better but that hasn't come to be too true and they cancelled or lowered the oc models clock and took top off the name

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I wouldn't personally bother with overvolt modded BIOS for folding ... what kind of PPD change are you seeing with vmodded BIOS vs stock? 5%? not worth it IMHO, since the cards run at full steam 24/7, just keep them at stock voltage ... or even limit that a bit to preserve their life for longer ... folding is not gonna pay you back for a dead card (in-warranty RMA may however LOL!), and they may use up much quicker if kept under full load 24/7, just my 2 cents...

I used the modded vbios and limit power target and core and mem speeds to the minimum the slider will go (while affecting it xD)
I got decent ppd* with only 800mhz core and slower ram, whilst I limited the voltage to 0.987v in Precision X. Worked good, unless I upped power target, then the voltage would spike to 1.21v

*Between 25-40.000ppd using a G620 xD
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I wouldn't personally bother with overvolt modded BIOS for folding ... what kind of PPD change are you seeing with vmodded BIOS vs stock? 5%? not worth it IMHO, since the cards run at full steam 24/7, just keep them at stock voltage ... or even limit that a bit to preserve their life for longer ... folding is not gonna pay you back for a dead card (in-warranty RMA may however LOL!), and they may use up much quicker if kept under full load 24/7, just my 2 cents...

It gets me an extra 2k PPD, not much, probably not worth it.
    
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Really? How about the GTX 580 Matrix Platinum? Have you ever heard that? Kudos for you, sir thumb.gif
maybe I missed a FERMI gpu when discussing Kepler and AMD 7xxx series smile.gif
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