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7000 without memory voltage bump. 7400 with +30 When core is clocked to 1320. When core is stock (1228) i can go 7200 without voltage bump and 7900 with +50.
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7000 without memory voltage bump. 7400 with +30 When core is clocked to 1320. When core is stock (1228) i can go 7200 without voltage bump and 7900 with +50.
stock or modded BIOS.?
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Stock, msi 2.2.3. If i dont touch memory I'm doing almost 1400 on core. Temps are easily under 65 with fan 60% at max. This card is truly golden smile.gif on polish forum I've beaten some stock clocked gtx 680 in 3dmark 2013
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nice... thumb.gif
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7000 without memory voltage bump. 7400 with +30 When core is clocked to 1320. When core is stock (1228) i can go 7200 without voltage bump and 7900 with +50.

Thats real nice results .

I normally keep hardware few hrs at least so for me I would pick 30-50mv on core and 30mv on memory , what ever that would get you (1241-1280/7200-7500 )..

But that is just me , if I changed/upgraded every other yr i push it bit more maybe .
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I actually want to keep this card for future sli with evga reference card. I compared real gaming performance and it's similar to stock gtx 680 (>8xmsaa - I use 4x anyway) so basically I don't want to kill this beauty smile.gif im a bit worried about memory overvoltage feature because cooler doesn't cover VRAM fully (part of VRAM is on the back of card) - bad that I can't check VRAM temps
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hmm can't really tell from the vid.
does Precision have any better interaction including fan or you only use Afterburner.?

Was just using afterburner. Latest one.

Took off the shroud and ran it as a bare card, the noise is still there (although slightly less amplified by the shroud). I've messaged EVGA Jacob here on OCN hoping I can just get a replacement fan instead of RMA'ing the whole card, guess I'm testing EVGA's stellar returns reputation earlier than I thought. tongue.gif
    
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oh Waffle, you and your connections... tongue.gif
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I actually want to keep this card for future sli with evga reference card. I compared real gaming performance and it's similar to stock gtx 680 (>8xmsaa - I use 4x anyway) so basically I don't want to kill this beauty smile.gif im a bit worried about memory overvoltage feature because cooler doesn't cover VRAM fully (part of VRAM is on the back of card) - bad that I can't check VRAM temps

Ok, your talking about the 2 memory chips on back of card from the cooler (on top when in slot)
I measured temps of memory with IR gun . I used Valley as BM base . With 75F room temps at desktop the memory chips were 80F(27c) .
I ran Valley for a loop or so till GPU temps stabilize , 56-58c , with clock of 1228/3281 they were 137F(58c) . I then raised memory voltage to 30mv+ and again ran valley till GPU stabilized and memory was again 137F (58c) . so no real change at all and it matched GPU temps .

PS: there is some circuit between the two memory chips that gave higher temps, I believe the memory was even 5F or so cooler than what I reported .

Anyway, I don't see any raising of temps with voltage on those memory chips .

Note I use 500R case with good cooling and 200mm side fan .
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GTX 660 Ti owners you are about to get eclipsed by the GTX 760, not sure if there will be a GTX 760 Ti or not...
but the GTX 760 will have a 256-bit interface as well as GTX 670 specs to go with..
gonna list @ $299US.

time to sell is now, just saying.
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