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GTX 680 SC in SLI..... and Temps....

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I have EvGA GTX 680's in SLI both have the EVGA Water Blocks... (I installed myself) (bought them sep)
120x3 Koolance Rad Push Pull and 120x1 Push Pull... Both Cards and CPu are on this. CPU i5 2500k OC to 4.5
But Im just wondingering what everyone else Temps are normaly at underload?

For example... Mine are

Idle: 19c-25c
Underload: BF3 30c-39c

I know these are Very Nice temps to have but Im just wondering If i coulda pushed them colder and harder?
But Just want to know what the avg temps are for people just for referance....

Thanks!
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Interested to know myself... waits patiently
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Yes, they are nice temps. I was wondering what O.C performance you get from those gtx680's. I have two 680's sitting here and I'm not sure if I should water cool these or water cool my 690? I'm assuming the oc performance on the 680's is better but I would like to know what yo get with yours prior to making the call. thanks
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just to add my 2 cents my GTX 680 is OC at 1215MHz around 55-60c load air cooling
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Yes, they are nice temps. I was wondering what O.C performance you get from those gtx680's. I have two 680's sitting here and I'm not sure if I should water cool these or water cool my 690? I'm assuming the oc performance on the 680's is better but I would like to know what yo get with yours prior to making the call. thanks
to be honest i have tryed to OC my GTX 680's SC+ but i always crash my drivers.... Im not VERY GOOD at it... Ive been looking at forums and trying to overclock them a little bit... but im not too sure how to go about it. Im useing the Precision X software that came with it... but Im not sure what everything means... i know to push it a little then run Furmark.... but once i get to a certin point it just crashes LOL Meaning I did something wrong maybe not enough power... or pushed too hard... sometimes it DOES not crash in Furmark... but will crash in BF3 LOL soo LOL oopsss im still learning... also i do not know if having the Nvidia Surround Makes a difference..... i mean i think i might have alot of juice running to the cards... maybe my MOBO limits the power... i might have to go into the BIOS. but im scared to burn anything out... Ive even tryed setting my CPU to stock and even tryed underclocking it and tryed to push my GPU... but no such luck... I have a 1000w Seasonic PSU i think thats enough the Volts per rail is alot... but im still a noob LOL

if you have any adivce i'd love to test it for ya to help you figure out what your wanting to do
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