First of all thanks for this amazing thread.
I have a Gigabyte GTX 680 Windforce 3x which got 6+8pin connectors which means that it can take up to 300Watt.
I have played quite a lot with the voltages, flashing testing flashing back etc... The problem is that my gpu seems not willing to take any mhz more.
It seems that when I raise my voltage from 1.150mV to 1.212mV the boost clock goes directly to 1267mhz and is not stable... I dont understand why does it goes directly to the boost limit?
I tried to make it stable by raising the P00 voltages (even though i don't know what it is) etc... from 0.987mV to 1.212mV. The graphic card got stable under battlefield 3 and will not crash when reduced (which this card does a lot when overclocked).
Anyway, the 1267mhz are not stable under Heaven nor Battlefield 4. I have found a good spot which is 1202mhz it is fully stable for hours under heaven and battlefield 3. The only problem is that when overclocked to 1202mhz, battlefield 3 crashes when reduced ...
Basically I am back to the original bios until one of you guys help me figure out how to use the extra core voltage to overlock the card and not make it crash each time I reduce battlefield 3.
Thanks a lotEdited by Ov3rdos3 - 10/13/13 at 9:01am