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Just put your voltages all the way up, your TDP all the way up....
Nothing bad is going to happen. Maxing the slider is still very minimal. You don't get the same ability in changes voltages like Fermi....bad for some, but good for most. So basically, you can move your sliders all the way up (power wise) and still not be in the damage zone

yesterday, I was tested (again) my card with 40mV core, 30mV mem, and 30mV aux....offset +111 on core, and +300 on mem clock, manual fan 70% and 114%Power Limit

and I get stable @1254 Mhz on BF3, this is bad for 670? (I download Unigine Heaven and 3dMark 11 yesterday @2 times, but STILL the file got corrupted, bad luck for me I think.)

yeah Overclocking on fermi card I think is more better and easily than Kepler...
post #22 of 27
1250mhz is pretty average for a 670 smile.gif
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1250mhz is pretty average for a 670 smile.gif

still small or? how much the average mhz that enthusiast usually got? 1300 or >1300?
Edited by Hijack14 - 10/13/12 at 3:40am
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1300+ is on the difficult side alittle bit for a 670, 1250mhz is by no means really all that small it's pretty average like around exactly where most 670's usually end up. some 670's can break 1300 but not a whole lot out there. even Enthusiast's have problems getting to or over 1300mhz. redface.gif
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what kind of software benchmark that enthusiast always use to test their card?

and is 1280 mhz is good for 670?

I'm asking to everyone....biggrin.gif
Edited by Hijack14 - 10/13/12 at 1:29pm
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Heaven Benchmark is mostly used, as for the 1280mhz if it's completely stable you got a above average clock speed redface.gif
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Heaven Benchmark is mostly used, as for the 1280mhz if it's completely stable you got a above average clock speed redface.gif

ahh thanks for the information....greatly appreciated.
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