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Conflicting clock speeds?

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Short and sweet really...
Have my 680 set to +190 offset in Precision X. I also have the OSD overlay enabled.
When I run Unigine Heaven, the OSD overlay reports 1320Mhz as my core clock, however the Unigine reports 1384Mhz in the clock display? Which one is right?
post #2 of 3
i have had the same issue as well. i have a modified bios for my gtx 670 and what i can see the differnce maybe that it doesnt show your kepler boost. that might be the differnce in the score. i have set my core to 1194 and when i run the test it shows 1364. so the kepler boost of my card is +170. i noticed this and remember before with my old bios that the kepler boost was the same.

in short lets say CPU-Z shows 1012 normal then it will show boost value of 1098 this doesnt include your kepler boost and each card has a different value so it is just luck of the draw for more boost value for the kepler boost.
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I get the same thing. Asus 670 dc2u sli running at 1267 in Precision and 1367 in Heaven and valley. It's always 100 more no matter what speed i run. I back the Precision x reading, tho the 1367 displayed by Heaven would be nice!
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