Originally Posted by BBEG BBEG --- i7 2600k @ 3.4 GHz --- GTX 680 ; 1202 / 1502 --- 43,3 FPS --- 1810
Running the full suit of benches on my system before I start overclocking and before I add my second 680. Still need to find more screws for the damned thing to get the stock cooler back on...
On a related note, I'm learning to appreciate the Windforce 3 and Twin Frozr coolers I've had. The stock 680 cooler is a solid 12°C or more hotter than my MSI 460 Hawk Talon Attack!
and Gigabyte 7950 (even OC'd nicely) running the same benchmarks.
BBEG --- i7 2600k @ 4.6 GHz --- GTX 680 ; 1144 / 1615 --- 46.6 FPS --- 1948
I tried keeping the 1200+ core and 1600+ mem, but wasn't making it through Valley. Might be exposing my newness to this, but I'm surprised the bump in mem and reduced clock in core resulted in a few FPS increase.Karlitos
, you said I should be getting 52 FPS with the OC'd 680. What types of settings should I be looking at, and what are you doing to test stability besides a full Valley run?
BBEG --- i7 2600k @ 4.6 GHz --- GTX 680 ; 1199 / 1599 --- 47.6 --- 1991
A little better. Literally any further adjustments up in either core or memory in Afterburner crashes in Valley. Is there a GPU overclocking software that allows for more precise jumps than Afterburner?
Any reason why the clock speed in Valley shows differently than what GPU-Z shows? Am I supposed to be listing that score vs the one in GPU-Z?Edited by BBEG - 6/21/13 at 9:09pm