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Overclocking Nvidia 670...in Linux.

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With steam officially out on Linux, I'm having trouble finding ways to overclock and control fan speeds on my 670. I know it was possible with older cards, but the newer Nvida cards are apparently more difficult? I'm using the latest experimental Nvidia drivers and need a method of overclocking AND fan control. Does anyone have a method(s) that work towards this goal with this card?
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I have a 560ti but this method seems like it works with 600's

To control the fan speed:
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1678374

However, as of right now "coolbits" does not work with 500/600's to overclock the frequency. If you find a way please post.
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Overclocking video cards became scarce after Fermi was released.
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