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post #11 of 30
You need to use a newer version of Afterburner, the one you are using doesn't properly support the GTX 680 (you can tell because it still has a core clock slider instead of an offset slider).

Then just max out the Power Limit slider, and then increase the core and memory slider incrementally while testing for stability with something like Heaven. You can almost certainly do +50 core/+200 memory, and then above that it'll be more card/chip dependent.
post #12 of 30
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

You need to use a newer version of Afterburner, the one you are using doesn't properly support the GTX 680 (you can tell because it still has a core clock slider instead of an offset slider).
Then just max out the Power Limit slider, and then increase the core and memory slider incrementally while testing for stability with something like Heaven. You can almost certainly do +50 core/+200 memory, and then above that it'll be more card/chip dependent.

Ill give his a try when i get home im at work out at the moment
post #13 of 30
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

You need to use a newer version of Afterburner, the one you are using doesn't properly support the GTX 680 (you can tell because it still has a core clock slider instead of an offset slider).
Then just max out the Power Limit slider, and then increase the core and memory slider incrementally while testing for stability with something like Heaven. You can almost certainly do +50 core/+200 memory, and then above that it'll be more card/chip dependent.

Ill give his a try when i get home im at work out at the moment
post #14 of 30
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

You need to use a newer version of Afterburner, the one you are using doesn't properly support the GTX 680 (you can tell because it still has a core clock slider instead of an offset slider).
Then just max out the Power Limit slider, and then increase the core and memory slider incrementally while testing for stability with something like Heaven. You can almost certainly do +50 core/+200 memory, and then above that it'll be more card/chip dependent.

Sorry about the double post. Stupid phone. Any way, i tryed this and not much success
post #15 of 30
What happened?
post #16 of 30
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What happened?
No fps boost from before. Still sitting at 45 max. 30 avg
post #17 of 30
How much did you overclock it? Did you test with the HEaven benchmark and see if that improved? Maybe something else is the issue with the games.
post #18 of 30
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How much did you overclock it? Did you test with the HEaven benchmark and see if that improved? Maybe something else is the issue with the games.
I did test it. Im at 150 and 250
post #19 of 30
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Did not*
post #20 of 30
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I even tried this with no improvement at all however it did help the OP obtain more than 175 fps on his system with 2 gtx 680's (i only have one but still)
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