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Given the dynamic nature of Kepler overclocking, and the ability to create a custom temperature-based fan profile, why not just make one profile and run it all the time? The card will downclock when idle, and as the temp goes down the fan will slow down, and then when you play a game the core will clock up automatically and the fan will speed up at whatever temp you set. Your way works, of course, just seems more manpower intensive than it needs to be.
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hmm, I don't know what it's called, but I make a manual profile. I go to afterburner and click the profile which save my settings, for example I create the settings (core offset + 10, etc), and I save it in profile 1 (instead of 5), when I want to activate it next time, I simply just go to afterburner and use that profile, and "Reset" back to normal, when I'm done.

Or you could go to Settings>Profiles Tab and set the profile you use for gaming to the "3D Profile" there and it will automatically kick in when the pc goes into 3D mode, and switch back to normal when you exit the game.
 
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Or you could go to Settings>Profiles Tab and set the profile you use for gaming to the "3D Profile" there and it will automatically kick in when the pc goes into 3D mode, and switch back to normal when you exit the game.

ok thanks for your input. I will do it now. thumb.gif
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Given the dynamic nature of Kepler overclocking, and the ability to create a custom temperature-based fan profile, why not just make one profile and run it all the time? The card will downclock when idle, and as the temp goes down the fan will slow down, and then when you play a game the core will clock up automatically and the fan will speed up at whatever temp you set. Your way works, of course, just seems more manpower intensive than it needs to be.

you mean this post?
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Or you could go to Settings>Profiles Tab and set the profile you use for gaming to the "3D Profile" there and it will automatically kick in when the pc goes into 3D mode, and switch back to normal when you exit the game.
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I meant just changing the standard profile and not making a separate 3D profile like crashdummy recommended, but both ways work. Since the card will automatically downclock at idle, and the fans will spin down based on temp, there's really no need to go in and change the clocks back and forth based on what you are doing - just set the clocks and fan profile for the most demanding situation, and let the card take care of itself the rest of the time.

Using this page (although mine is currently set to auto):

Edited by Forceman - 11/13/12 at 10:30pm
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@Forceman thanks for your help man thumb.gif

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for all, now I am gonna to find the higher max stable oc for gaming, (from 1240 to higher)

so far I found 1270 Mhz on 3dmark 11 and its stable, because my procedure to find the max stable OC Is, testing on 3dmark 11 about 3 -5 times (Performance and Extreme), and if it passes, I probably can go to test it on game.

I set the core offset to +120 Mhz, and +453 on memory clock, my question is, based on your experience, Does +453 on memory clock is SAFE for Gaming? or is too high? because 3dmark 11 is the software for benchmark, and game is for game.
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I think +450 is fine for the memory, but you might want to check it with Heaven in addition to 3d Mark 11 - I found I was getting a lot of artifacting in Heaven when I had the memory too high. BF3 is also notoriously hard on Kepler overclocks so if you have that it is a good way to test stability.
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I think +450 is fine for the memory, but you might want to check it with Heaven in addition to 3d Mark 11 - I found I was getting a lot of artifacting in Heaven when I had the memory too high. BF3 is also notoriously hard on Kepler overclocks so if you have that it is a good way to test stability.

Unfortunately, I don't have the Heaven Benchmark for testing my GPU, I tried download for 3 times, but got some error when I install them.
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