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I reflashed, using KGB -again- and this time I chose 175 volt so it boosts to 1.2
It boosts to 1110 - 1124mhz compared to 1202 on my previous with stock KGB settings.

Anyway, whats a quick easy way to find out instability?

OCCT wont stress my GPU (30% usage) so that doesnt work.
I ran into this with OCCT , haven't used it in long time an never with Kepler . what I found was since I like running it in window mode of 1024x768 the clocks and usage were way down (usage was like 25% or something) with defaults .
I first raised the fps limiter to 150-200 and then raised the shader level up one that got me max clocks but still fairly low usage (around 55%) but it worked . didn't mess with mem size in MB not sure if that would help .
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Issues.. I have 149 power target and activated 1.212 in precision X. GPU offset +17 and +1 on memory. If I go above it crashes in Unigine Valley. Precision x shows 705 mhz on GPU during full load and Unigine valley shows 1216 tongue.gif Any idea what is happening ? I have a fullcover WC-block on my Palit 680 4gb
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Issues.. I have 149 power target and activated 1.212 in precision X. GPU offset +17 and +1 on memory. If I go above it crashes in Unigine Valley. Precision x shows 705 mhz on GPU during full load and Unigine valley shows 1216 tongue.gif Any idea what is happening ? I have a fullcover WC-block on my Palit 680 4gb
I had this same problem and my good man 'Edkiefer' explained it to me in great detail. Long story short you shouldn't have a power target (TDP) higher then 129% as the card can only pull that much power from the connectors. Also the reason why it's down clocking is because either, your card is getting to hot (above 80 degrees) or you are going over the TDP limit.

For example, even though my TDP max is set to 129%, once it starts hitting over 103% power usage, it starts to drop from 1306Mhz > 1256Mhz
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I had this same problem and my good man 'Edkiefer' explained it to me in great detail. Long story short you shouldn't have a power target (TDP) higher then 129% as the card can only pull that much power from the connectors. Also the reason why it's down clocking is because either, your card is getting to hot (above 80 degrees) or you are going over the TDP limit.

For example, even though my TDP max is set to 129%, once it starts hitting over 103% power usage, it starts to drop from 1306Mhz > 1256Mhz

Dont think its downclocking since when it was stock bios it never went over 35 degrees and it doesnt now either.

And GPU-Z tells me the clock is 1023 and 1076 boost tongue.gif
Edited by Rockya - 5/24/13 at 6:17am
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I had this same problem and my good man 'Edkiefer' explained it to me in great detail. Long story short you shouldn't have a power target (TDP) higher then 129% as the card can only pull that much power from the connectors. Also the reason why it's down clocking is because either, your card is getting to hot (above 80 degrees) or you are going over the TDP limit.

For example, even though my TDP max is set to 129%, once it starts hitting over 103% power usage, it starts to drop from 1306Mhz > 1256Mhz

Dont think its downclocking since when it was stock bios it never went over 35 degrees and it doesnt now either.

And GPU-Z tells me the clock is 1023 and 1076 boost tongue.gif

I don't know then xD
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note: nvidia inspector show the max Boost clock
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Issues.. I have 149 power target and activated 1.212 in precision X. GPU offset +17 and +1 on memory. If I go above it crashes in Unigine Valley. Precision x shows 705 mhz on GPU during full load and Unigine valley shows 1216 tongue.gif Any idea what is happening ? I have a fullcover WC-block on my Palit 680 4gb
First, does Precession voltage actual work ?

Does GPU-Z show 1.2 volts while running Heven ?

From your description your on stock bios I am assuming .

OC one thing at a time so we know where issue is at (though 1+ clock on mem would be really odd if that was cause) .

I would first run stock and note on graph max power , max clock of core an memory along with voltage . you can leave power slider on full .
this way you get baseline and see how much more you can push it . hopefully power is not to high stock .

then raise core and note power and max core along with temps too . you generally want to stay below 70c but if your driver is resetting it sounds like to much core clock for voltage card is getting .
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I had this same problem and my good man 'Edkiefer' explained it to me in great detail. Long story short you shouldn't have a power target (TDP) higher then 129% as the card can only pull that much power from the connectors. Also the reason why it's down clocking is because either, your card is getting to hot (above 80 degrees) or you are going over the TDP limit.

For example, even though my TDP max is set to 129%, once it starts hitting over 103% power usage, it starts to drop from 1306Mhz > 1256Mhz

You can't use actual power % because all cards can be different , he has 680 and both you an me have MSI 660ti PE , what I said is mainly only applies to them . but yes in general the card will only pull what it can from slot plus PCI-E power pins . Just use wattage amount , 660ti/670 is limited to 225w (PCIE slot-75w, 2x PCIE 6 pin = 150w , total 225w)

So in bios you could put 300w but it not going to get that unless card supports more than 2x 6pins ,like 780/titan .
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First, does Precession voltage actual work ?

Does GPU-Z show 1.2 volts while running Heven ?

From your description your on stock bios I am assuming .

OC one thing at a time so we know where issue is at (though 1+ clock on mem would be really odd if that was cause) .

I would first run stock and note on graph max power , max clock of core an memory along with voltage . you can leave power slider on full .
this way you get baseline and see how much more you can push it . hopefully power is not to high stock .

then raise core and note power and max core along with temps too . you generally want to stay below 70c but if your driver is resetting it sounds like to much core clock for voltage card is getting .


Installed new beta drivers for the card and new precision X. Noticed as I was getting back on track that I didnt have to force the extra voltage in precision X as it came with the powertarget. And now it shows 1226 in Valley and 1228 in precision X under load using 1.212 :] And as OP suggested installed geforce inspector and it shows the same as precision X aswell. So the problem disappeared somewhere but I noticed as soon I tried to benchmark with higher core and driver failed it wouldnt even start Valley again even at default clock. So might be something fishy about the driver when it starts up again. Still this card was a bad overclocker even from start when it was on air and stock voltage +105 core and +150 mem. Im glad this tweak pushed it a little further. But since the card is being fed by a 8 + 6 pin is it possible to raise it even a little higher ? :]
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just modded my bios, holy jeez, a +30 in MSI boosts this sucker to 1332mhz biggrin.gif

gonna run some benches and what not
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