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Min FPS:
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Max FPS:
87.4

 

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GPU model:
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 9.18.13.2014 (4095MB) x1

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post #5452 of 7931
you can't really use other scores, there so many variables possible between hardware and software , you can only get rough idea your in the ballpark .

What you need to do before OC is get baseline BM for all BM you want to run . this way you get accurate readings for your system .

You should use these to see if you peak or BM go down as you OC . Best OC is not always highest clock but highest scores .

So depending on what was done with bios you can try lower voltage by 40mv or until you see 1.175 while BM and 0 out all other sliders with clock . that should get you back to baseline, stock w/o need to reflash or anything .you could also try just going - on clock only . Until you get to what stock was .
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Has anyone came across a situation where if you overclock the GPU to say 1254 MHz using EVGA Precision, the driver crashes. However if you mod the BIOS to boost at 1254 MHz, the drivers don't crash?

Or is it just me imagining things?
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I had the same problem.
But I think it´s because we are overclocking a card after bios flash so basically we are overclocking an overcloked card.
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the obvious thing is if you use AB or Precession your not getting same voltage as moded bios so 1.2v will be more stable at higher clocks .
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Originally Posted by Edkiefer View Post

the obvious thing is if you use AB or Precession your not getting same voltage as moded bios so 1.2v will be more stable at higher clocks .

We have modded bios.
So we get same voltage as modded bios.
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you can't really use other scores, there so many variables possible between hardware and software , you can only get rough idea your in the ballpark .

What you need to do before OC is get baseline BM for all BM you want to run . this way you get accurate readings for your system .

You should use these to see if you peak or BM go down as you OC . Best OC is not always highest clock but highest scores .

So depending on what was done with bios you can try lower voltage by 40mv or until you see 1.175 while BM and 0 out all other sliders with clock . that should get you back to baseline, stock w/o need to reflash or anything .you could also try just going - on clock only . Until you get to what stock was .

 

 

 

We both have a GTX 680, except technically his should be a tad better since I have 4GB VRAM. (I thought)

Mine surprisingly is more stable as I am able to clock higher.

We werent using the scores to be like here use my settings, it was more they were performing roughly the same; that would be showing me that these GPUs have certain limits. (that we can not push =/)

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We both have a GTX 680, except technically his should be a tad better since I have 4GB VRAM. (I thought)
Mine surprisingly is more stable as I am able to clock higher.
We werent using the scores to be like here use my settings, it was more they were performing roughly the same; that would be showing me that these GPUs have certain limits. (that we can not push =/)

What does you card run at right now?
Load clocks and voltage/powertarget.

When I ran that bench and got 991 score I ran 1202 core, and 3250 mem @ 1.21750 volt or whatever it is, powertarget 132%, otherwise the core jumps about like mad.
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We have modded bios.
So we get same voltage as modded bios.
I should of quoted , my comment was to kaneandtaker post

""Has anyone came across a situation where if you overclock the GPU to say 1254 MHz using EVGA Precision, the driver crashes. However if you mod the BIOS to boost at 1254 MHz, the drivers don't crash?"

As for your results compared to others each chip has it own life , each will clock to different max ,same with memory .

The cards do have a TDP limit so they only can go so far .
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GPU, I used the KGB method to update my BIOS to, max power target 150 (which I had it set to that), adjusted in PrecisionX mem clock +206, max boost frequency changed to 1228 (no changes to GPU clock offset) and voltage at 118750.

 

Now im at max voltage to 1.212, but I only have it set to 1.187, and power target to 130.  Oh and I run my fan at 65% now

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