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thats the perfect oc as the new driver impose some type of limit and you are above the average that most people get i would say be happy with that so you dont risk damaging yopur card. have you ran 3dmark11? Play some games and make sure its stable.

Yeah i know it pretty good but i was just wondering how mus1mus gets so much higher clocks whit 660. Sens aint 660 and 670 pretty much the same card? Its running stable whit these clock. I do know this basic clockin stuff and so on and of gourse im happy whit these clocks too but was just wondering how ge can get so much higher whitout any hardware mods. :O
And also if anyone is intrestet im using Xtreme-G nvidia drivers instead regular ones. Helpt me to get way more better perfomance whit my 670 than the regular ones.
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Yeah i know it pretty good but i was just wondering how mus1mus gets so much higher clocks whit 660. Sens aint 660 and 670 pretty much the same card? Its running stable whit these clock. I do know this basic clockin stuff and so on and of gourse im happy whit these clocks too but was just wondering how ge can get so much higher whitout any hardware mods. :O
And also if anyone is intrestet im using Xtreme-G nvidia drivers instead regular ones. Helpt me to get way more better perfomance whit my 670 than the regular ones.

Well I think part of it may be because it's an EVGA SIG2. But the other half of me say's about my power table adjustments!!!

You'll find it hard to believe but I have added 50% power bump to keep it stable at 1.212!!! For that extra MHz, the card sucks up too much juice!! But truth be told, my OC can't still match your stock performance. drool.gif Luckily, the temps were not that bad. Just playing on high 60s to low 70s.

My 650TI Boost can only reach 1265 and 3400 MHz on the core and RAM respectively at 1.212Volts. And just the right amount of juice. So I'd guess it really depends on the card.
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Well I think part of it may be because it's an EVGA SIG2. But the other half of me say's about my power table adjustments!!!

You'll find it hard to believe but I have added 50% power bump to keep it stable at 1.212!!! For that extra MHz, the card sucks up too much juice!! But truth be told, my OC can't still match your stock performance. drool.gif Luckily, the temps were not that bad. Just playing on high 60s to low 70s.

My 650TI Boost can only reach 1265 and 3400 MHz on the core and RAM respectively at 1.212Volts. And just the right amount of juice. So I'd guess it really depends on the card.

Well that power table adjustment was the thing i was wondering about how to do it? Didnt you say earlier to just copy the 680 power table setting to the 670 bios? Or is there something more to it?
post #7424 of 7931
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Well that power table adjustment was the thing i was wondering about how to do it? Didnt you say earlier to just copy the 680 power table setting to the 670 bios? Or is there something more to it?

Here is a screeny:


The first from the left is a stock 660 Power Table. The Middle was for a 660TI and the rightmost is my edited bios.

The highlighted option goes to the PCIe slot power IIRC one of the users here pointed out. You can Identify it by the value 66000 or 66000 mW or 60 Watts. It is constant for all the bios I have checked.

That highlighted row is somewhat the balancing point you should consider to OC higher. I bumped mine a hefty 50% more or so but it's under 100000 as the PCIe slot can only provide so much. I'm sorry I can't point you out to my actual settings since I am at work ATM.

IIRC, I just give each option a bump of 50% and tried. Too much right? But being an EE, my understanding is that a component will just suck up the power it needs no matter how much higher you feed it. But that's not always the case. So if you want to be careful, you can try any values you are comfortable with and try. Observe and gather your own conclusion.

I have just observed that feeding mine some 20%, 30%, 35% percent bump will always show a Power CAP warning on CPU-Z sensors tab. So I went for the kill with 50% and the cap was gone.

When adjusting, pull p the max value to a certain percentage and match those to the Def value and give your Max another bump depending on how the settings relate on the stock values and what you are comfortable with..

Note: These are my own settings and discretion. It may help you or harm your card so take responsibilities on your actions. thumb.gif
post #7425 of 7931
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Here is a screeny:


The first from the left is a stock 660 Power Table. The Middle was for a 660TI and the rightmost is my edited bios.

The highlighted option goes to the PCIe slot power IIRC one of the users here pointed out. You can Identify it by the value 66000 or 66000 mW or 60 Watts. It is constant for all the bios I have checked.

That highlighted row is somewhat the balancing point you should consider to OC higher. I bumped mine a hefty 50% more or so but it's under 100000 as the PCIe slot can only provide so much. I'm sorry I can't point you out to my actual settings since I am at work ATM.

IIRC, I just give each option a bump of 50% and tried. Too much right? But being an EE, my understanding is that a component will just suck up the power it needs no matter how much higher you feed it. But that's not always the case. So if you want to be careful, you can try any values you are comfortable with and try. Observe and gather your own conclusion.

I have just observed that feeding mine some 20%, 30%, 35% percent bump will always show a Power CAP warning on CPU-Z sensors tab. So I went for the kill with 50% and the cap was gone.

When adjusting, pull p the max value to a certain percentage and match those to the Def value and give your Max another bump depending on how the settings relate on the stock values and what you are comfortable with..

Note: These are my own settings and discretion. It may help you or harm your card so take responsibilities on your actions. thumb.gif

Ok did litlle tweaking whit the power table. core is stable at 1202 so far. Altough benchmarked it will crash but not whit games so going back to the old settings. Might be that it aint gettng enough power sens using only 350W 80+ Power source atm. tongue.gif Might check it out again when get better power source but here are my ressult so far file:///C:/Users/harri/Downloads/Unigine_Heaven_Benchmark_4.0_20140317_0848.html
Edited by harrinus - 3/16/14 at 11:53pm
post #7426 of 7931
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Ok did litlle tweaking whit the power table. core is stable at 1202 so far. Altough benchmarked it will crash but not whit games so going back to the old settings. Might be that it aint gettng enough power sens using only 350W 80+ Power source atm. tongue.gif Might check it out again when get better power source but here are my ressult so far file:///C:/Users/harri/Downloads/Unigine_Heaven_Benchmark_4.0_20140317_0848.html

yeah that power supply might be it if you have your cpu overclocked.

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yeah that power supply might be it if you have your cpu overclocked.

well i try to take all other oc away but didnt seem to have any effect in the gpu... :S but i have several hard disk and so on so it might be that dont have enough power. Or just simpple that the max. i can get from this card. tongue.gif have to check it out when i get better power source.
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well i try to take all other oc away but didnt seem to have any effect in the gpu... :S but i have several hard disk and so on so it might be that dont have enough power. Or just simpple that the max. i can get from this card. tongue.gif have to check it out when i get better power source.

ok no problem anyways its not much of a gain really just a few fps.

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ok no problem anyways its not much of a gain really just a few fps.

Yeah..little things like avoiding some in-game glitches. But overall, the card will be fantastic in terms of experience..
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Ok did litlle tweaking whit the power table. core is stable at 1202 so far. Altough benchmarked it will crash but not whit games so going back to the old settings. Might be that it aint gettng enough power sens using only 350W 80+ Power source atm. tongue.gif Might check it out again when get better power source but here are my ressult so far file:///C:/Users/harri/Downloads/Unigine_Heaven_Benchmark_4.0_20140317_0848.html

350 Watts????

That is barely enough for a stock 670!!!
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ok no problem anyways its not much of a gain really just a few fps.

Yeah i guess i could run this whit the 120
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Yeah..little things like avoiding some in-game glitches. But overall, the card will be fantastic in terms of experience..
350 Watts????

That is barely enough for a stock 670!!!

Actually it aint. Manufactuares always notice the recomended power sourcer wayyyyyy higer than its actualy needed and it always depends the guality of the power source too. 350W 80+ Can easyly beat some recular 600W cheap powersource it aint the amount of the power itse guality of it! http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp is good site to check how much you really need power. I am running Q8200 quad oc 3..37GHZ from 2.4 and this gtx 670 and 8G DDR2 and 4 normal S-ata HD and so on just fine. smile.gif All oc so high than they can go
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