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Looks good to me thumb.gif
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Just went back and looked at our overclocking results form. Offsets aren't what we need to be seeing for overclocking our cards with 6xx series. It's our actual clocks that you find in Afterburner or similar programs. my Core offset is +70 for both my cards in SLI, but as we all know, their core boost is different. Same with memory.
Be aware when posting in the overclocking form, don't worry about offsets but more about what your highest stable clocks actually are.
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http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5895793


my friends rig ----very nice try by him ....
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Just so y'all know, Unigine's Heaven was just updated to 4.0 today. Direct link to US mirror 1 of techpowerup.com is: http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2205f/Unigine_Heaven-4.0.exe


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So I'm really confused by this, I overclocked my GPU with no voltage tweaks required and my max stable overclock I was able to get was 1168, However In MSI Afterburner it says it's running at 1280Mhz? How can that be when the math adds up to 1168Mhz? Also I have used nVidia Inspector to cap my FPS at 60 constant with no VSYNC garbage tongue.gif

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So I'm really confused by this, I overclocked my GPU with no voltage tweaks required and my max stable overclock I was able to get was 1168, However In MSI Afterburner it says it's running at 1280Mhz? How can that be when the math adds up to 1168Mhz? Also I have used nVidia Inspector to cap my FPS at 60 constant with no VSYNC garbage tongue.gif


Because GPU is showing the boost mhz, not what you actually get in game/benchmark , which can be "about" 100+ of boost
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So I'm really confused by this, I overclocked my GPU with no voltage tweaks required and my max stable overclock I was able to get was 1168, However In MSI Afterburner it says it's running at 1280Mhz? How can that be when the math adds up to 1168Mhz? Also I have used nVidia Inspector to cap my FPS at 60 constant with no VSYNC garbage tongue.gif


Because GPU is showing the boost mhz, not what you actually get in game/benchmark , which can be "about" 100+ of boost

So what your saying is that my Core Clock can compete with a MSI GTX 680 Lightning Stock OC (Minus the Memory Clock of course smile.gif)? If so that's awesome!
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=193_1377&products_id=20774
Edited by deception345 - 2/14/13 at 5:27am
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Well, yes, kind of smile.gif

Just remember all kepler 6xx that have boost like 660ti, 670, 680 all OC from what the boost value is shown in GPU-Z
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So what your saying is that my Core Clock can compete with a MSI GTX 680 Lightning Stock OC (Minus the Memory Clock of course smile.gif)? If so that's awesome!
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=193_1377&products_id=20774

You should go a little down on the memory, you pushing it too hard imo.

But increase your voltage too! biggrin.gif

This is how im running it! smile.gif



Dont mind the gpu-z graph btw, it was taken during some crash testing! tongue.gif Was running at 1320mhz when it crashed. Found 1293mhz to be the sweet spot for my chip tongue.gif

But if you are lucky you may be able to get it stable to 1320.


2nd edit: wowowowow.. Unigine 4.0 REALLY takes its toll compared to Unigine 3.0 I CAN NO LONGER RUN STABLE ON +50voltage. It would crash after some 30-40 seconds of benching. Runnig it stable for 10 minutes now with +40 voltage and everything else the same. Core still at 1293mhz.
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