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i wouldn't worry about it if you didn't lose too many points, so long as you're over 10,100-200 for your GPU and 9,200-300 for your combined.
stable excellent performance is better than unstable extreme performance.

at 304.79 I can get 10-500 - 10.600, combined between 8500 - 8700...but with 306.23 I got 10.400 sometimes 10.300...

If my problems happen (294 %)...my GPU will automatically crash when benching...but if not, my OC will almost stable (sometimes crash, when I bench my card more than 2 hours)

I don't think it's the spike causing the crash, I think it's the crash causing the spike. I've had crazy numbers show up in Afterburner multiple times, and it's either after crashing, or leaving AB open when I put the computer to sleep and then wake it up. So, your overclock must be right on the border of stability, not crashing everytime. But when it does crash, you see the 294 for max Power %. I've seen my max MBs of VRAM usage be at 421657, and I don't think we'll have that much VRAM in GPUs for at least another couple years tongue.gif
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1256 max GPU speed (kepler boost speed; +1 GPU offset)
7080 max memory (+530 memory offset)

wow seems you got a perfect boost card...mine only 1150 Mhz for boost clock

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Originally Posted by dph314 View Post

I don't think it's the spike causing the crash, I think it's the crash causing the spike. I've had crazy numbers show up in Afterburner multiple times, and it's either after crashing, or leaving AB open when I put the computer to sleep and then wake it up. So, your overclock must be right on the border of stability, not crashing everytime. But when it does crash, you see the 294 for max Power %. I've seen my max MBs of VRAM usage be at 421657, and I don't think we'll have that much VRAM in GPUs for at least another couple years tongue.gif

hmmm, I don't know exactly about it,....but maybe you're right. I see that problem when I got a crash (when open AB of course)....

yeah I got perfectly stable @1320 Mhz...but I want to search the new settings, to make the result become better than before....

It's very hard to me to get 1330 Mhz....yeah Maybe I got a bad card....someone can get an insane 1360 Mhz, and HWC (SKYMTL) can get 1388 Mhz (almost 1.4 Ghz for 670) lol biggrin.gif
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I don't think it's the spike causing the crash, I think it's the crash causing the spike. I've had crazy numbers show up in Afterburner multiple times, and it's either after crashing, or leaving AB open when I put the computer to sleep and then wake it up. So, your overclock must be right on the border of stability, not crashing everytime. But when it does crash, you see the 294 for max Power %. I've seen my max MBs of VRAM usage be at 421657, and I don't think we'll have that much VRAM in GPUs for at least another couple years tongue.gif
I've had hardware sensors give me anomalous readings many times after putting my computer to sleep. It's normal and should not affect your hardware.
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I don't think it's the spike causing the crash, I think it's the crash causing the spike. I've had crazy numbers show up in Afterburner multiple times, and it's either after crashing, or leaving AB open when I put the computer to sleep and then wake it up. So, your overclock must be right on the border of stability, not crashing everytime. But when it does crash, you see the 294 for max Power %. I've seen my max MBs of VRAM usage be at 421657, and I don't think we'll have that much VRAM in GPUs for at least another couple years tongue.gif
I've had hardware sensors give me anomalous readings many times after putting my computer to sleep. It's normal and should not affect your hardware.

I know. That's why I was answering the OP with this example, telling him it's normal smile.gif

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1256 max GPU speed (kepler boost speed; +1 GPU offset)
7080 max memory (+530 memory offset)

wow seems you got a perfect boost card...mine only 1150 Mhz for boost clock

Quote:
Originally Posted by dph314 View Post

I don't think it's the spike causing the crash, I think it's the crash causing the spike. I've had crazy numbers show up in Afterburner multiple times, and it's either after crashing, or leaving AB open when I put the computer to sleep and then wake it up. So, your overclock must be right on the border of stability, not crashing everytime. But when it does crash, you see the 294 for max Power %. I've seen my max MBs of VRAM usage be at 421657, and I don't think we'll have that much VRAM in GPUs for at least another couple years tongue.gif

hmmm, I don't know exactly about it,....but maybe you're right. I see that problem when I got a crash (when open AB of course)....

yeah I got perfectly stable @1320 Mhz...but I want to search the new settings, to make the result become better than before....

It's very hard to me to get 1330 Mhz....yeah Maybe I got a bad card....someone can get an insane 1360 Mhz, and HWC (SKYMTL) can get 1388 Mhz (almost 1.4 Ghz for 670) lol biggrin.gif

You by no means got a bad card. Anything over 1300mhz, especially for a 670, is great. There's a wide variety out there. Look at my Lightnings, one does 100mhz more than the other on the stock +93mv from unedited Afterburner. So, I wouldn't worry about someone getting 30mhz more than you, it's completely normal. Plus you got a great memory overclock. You should enjoy that card thumb.gif
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I know. That's why I was answering the OP with this example, telling him it's normal smile.gif
You by no means got a bad card. Anything over 1300mhz, especially for a 670, is great. There's a wide variety out there. Look at my Lightnings, one does 100mhz more than the other on the stock +93mv from unedited Afterburner. So, I wouldn't worry about someone getting 30mhz more than you, it's completely normal. Plus you got a great memory overclock. You should enjoy that card thumb.gif

ah thanks bro for your advice, it's very helpful thumb.gif

but I hate kepler 1.175 volt to be honest...It prevent me to get more clock (score of course) and prevent me to know about the true potential of my graphics card. want to flash bios use mod bios, but it will void my warranty mad.gif

I wish can get afterburner extreme edition, lol...( to raise to +120mV from 100mV)
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I know. That's why I was answering the OP with this example, telling him it's normal smile.gif
You by no means got a bad card. Anything over 1300mhz, especially for a 670, is great. There's a wide variety out there. Look at my Lightnings, one does 100mhz more than the other on the stock +93mv from unedited Afterburner. So, I wouldn't worry about someone getting 30mhz more than you, it's completely normal. Plus you got a great memory overclock. You should enjoy that card thumb.gif

ah thanks bro for your advice, it's very helpful thumb.gif

but I hate kepler 1.175 volt to be honest...It prevent me to get more clock (score of course) and prevent me to know about the true potential of my graphics card. want to flash bios use mod bios, but it will void my warranty mad.gif

I wish can get afterburner extreme edition, lol...( to raise to +120mV from 100mV)

I'm pretty sure even with AB Extreme you'd be locked down by the BIOS. You'd need a BIOS like the unlocked LN2 one from the 680 Lightnings. But yeah if it really bothers you, you could flash to a modded BIOS. It won't void your warranty if you flash back to the original before sending it in (assuming you don't kill the card wink.gif). Or, you could sell your 670 and get a Lightning and use it's unlocked BIOS. Would still have to flash, but you'd be using a BIOS that the card once came with, doesn't need to be modded.

Either way you should be damn happy with that card, you got a good one. Just saying, you could flash it or get a 680 Lightning thumb.gif
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I'm pretty sure even with AB Extreme you'd be locked down by the BIOS. You'd need a BIOS like the unlocked LN2 one from the 680 Lightnings. But yeah if it really bothers you, you could flash to a modded BIOS. It won't void your warranty if you flash back to the original before sending it in (assuming you don't kill the card wink.gif). Or, you could sell your 670 and get a Lightning and use it's unlocked BIOS. Would still have to flash, but you'd be using a BIOS that the card once came with, doesn't need to be modded.
Either way you should be damn happy with that card, you got a good one. Just saying, you could flash it or get a 680 Lightning thumb.gif

Can you give me your an Edited Afterburner? That would be great, if you wish...biggrin.gif
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your GPU score is still excellent, even at around 10,400.
the combined score seems a little low. what's your CPU score? i get at least over 9,000 for my combined (and that's with a lower GPU score than your's).
my last piece of advice is to do some real world stress testing with the new driver. play your most intensive game for 2-3 hours and see if there is any instability or noticeable frame rate drops.

can you run a benchmark and give me a link for me?
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My bad, going off the top of my head is not a good idea.
So, just to clarify, your 3Dmark p-score should be P9,800-P10,000.

Your combined score around 8,500 NOT >9,000.

Anyway, here's my score. Respectable, but not exceptional:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4990646

    
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