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I just want to point out that higher voltage is not always better. Increasing voltage will make the chip run hotter, which may actually cause it to thermal throttle earlier than on a lower voltage. Its best to find the least possible voltage you need to have it run stable.
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No you can't unless you do a hardware mod.


Oh okay, sorry about spreading the mis-information!

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This should do the trick.
http://hotfile.com/dl/170139247/4628615/EVGA_GTX680SC_A3_VOLT_12125.zip.html

Can anyone with an EVGA 02G-P4-2680-KR 680 confirm that this will work?
    
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How may I change my bios to only allow for higher/lower Fanspeed?

And have an /optional/ increase in voltage that I may control myself via afterburner, is this possible or not?
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You got to use something like KGB to allow fan speeds to 100%.  If thats what you mean

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1. How may I change my bios to only allow for higher/lower Fanspeed?

2. And have an /optional/ increase in voltage that I may control myself via afterburner, is this possible or not?

1. KGB and KBT both have this option clearly labeled.

2.No.
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1. KGB and KBT both have this option clearly labeled.

2. No.

2. Why?
Is there no other way to do it?
What is the point of power% then?
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Hey General123. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, if I upload my stock BIOS will you edit it the way you feel it shouldn't be undervolting and underclocking.

My stable is

+400=6800mhz memory
+150=1228 core
+123 power target
1.175v

At 70C I get voltage drop from 1.175v to 1.162v and at 80C I get another voltage drop from 1.162v to 1.150v and core drop from 1228mhz to 1215mhz

P.S. My card doesn't get that hot normally with a fan curve but to get it to 80C I turned down the fan to see the drops
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2. Why?
Is there no other way to do it?
What is the point of power% then?
It is there for the extra voltage, the way kepler works is that we have no voltage control, plain and simple.
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Hey General123. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, if I upload my stock BIOS will you edit it the way you feel it shouldn't be undervolting and underclocking.

My stable is

+400=6800mhz memory
+150=1228 core
+123 power target
1.175v

At 70C I get voltage drop from 1.175v to 1.162v and at 80C I get another voltage drop from 1.162v to 1.150v and core drop from 1228mhz to 1215mhz

P.S. My card doesn't get that hot normally with a fan curve but to get it to 80C I turned down the fan to see the drops
All you have to do is set the 3 clock options in KBE to the same value, problem solved.
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