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Noob help with Overclocking Gtx 670 Superclocked 4gb

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Hello Everyone biggrin.gif I need help on Overclocking my Graphic card :/ I set Power Target the Max of 122% & I dont have no Settings where I can Change my Voltage or anything & Asked on Tomshardware Forum for help & they gave me this Link http://www.overclock.net/t/1289489/gtx-600-series-unlocked-voltage-bios-downloads-and-tools Told me I had to Update my Bios & Unlock Voltages some How I have been Reading this Site for over a Day & still dont get what to do I try to do everything it says but Having Trouble lmao..... here is my Graphic card
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130785

Everytime I try to Overclock past 30 core I crash & stuff :/ Can anybody Help me? will list my Spec if needed?
post #2 of 13
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So i'm sitting here playing with the Evga Precison program & Running Heaven & I was getting 1050 on Core that wit Boost & I set Power Target to 122% it Dies down to 900 Core something & I Set it at 120% Power Target now its Pushing 1150 Core & didnt even change anything besides the Power Target it suppose to do that? lol
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I don't use the EVGA tool I use MSI afterburner. But there should be in the settings in the EVGA tool to unlock voltage control. Max out your voltage and it will go to 1.175 under load. From there you should be able to bump the core clock and get a little more out of it. wink.gif
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You can't increase the voltage on that card over the default 1.175 without modding the BIOS, so don't worry about it. Changing the voltage slider is just going to keep the voltage at 1.175 instead of allowing it to downvolt, it isn't actually increasing it.

To overclock, increase the power limit all the way, then add an offset for the core and memory while testing for stability. You should be able to get +50 core and +200 memory with no problem, then just work it up from there.

And it is normal for the boost clock to go up just by increasing the power limit like you are seeing. The card will downclock to remain in the power envelope.
post #5 of 13
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Thanks I have Msi aftermath installed as well & when I try to change the Voltage It doesnt show only thing that tells me is Adjust Voltage or Test or Monitoring on the Program & I set Power Target all the way to 122% & Test it stays at 900 Core when I change it to 120% Power Target it kicks in & Goes to 1150!! I have set it at 50 & it Crashes 40 Crashes 30 Crashes :/ When I game for bout 20 mins My COmputer Locks up & Buzz Sound Really Loud blows my ears lol I have to Force Restart on Computer Case!! on the Adjust Voltage the Max it goes up to is 1150 & Max for Power target is 122%
post #6 of 13
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

You can't increase the voltage on that card over the default 1.175 without modding the BIOS, so don't worry about it. Changing the voltage slider is just going to keep the voltage at 1.175 instead of allowing it to downvolt, it isn't actually increasing it.

To overclock, increase the power limit all the way, then add an offset for the core and memory while testing for stability. You should be able to get +50 core and +200 memory with no problem, then just work it up from there.

And it is normal for the boost clock to go up just by increasing the power limit like you are seeing. The card will downclock to remain in the power envelope.

How Do I modding the Bios? like what that Link I showed on the OP? When I Run Precision & I have Power Target at 122 or 120 w/e works for the Program the Voltage goes up & down like Crazy like there Power Saving or something I want to make it stay at 1.175v or w/e the Max is on this Card? That Link I listed above in OP alot of people getting more Core & stuff when they Updated there Bios or Unlock Voltages!!
I have Tried to Read it but Confuse me & not sure on what to do
post #7 of 13
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

You can't increase the voltage on that card over the default 1.175 without modding the BIOS, so don't worry about it. Changing the voltage slider is just going to keep the voltage at 1.175 instead of allowing it to downvolt, it isn't actually increasing it.

To overclock, increase the power limit all the way, then add an offset for the core and memory while testing for stability. You should be able to get +50 core and +200 memory with no problem, then just work it up from there.

And it is normal for the boost clock to go up just by increasing the power limit like you are seeing. The card will downclock to remain in the power envelope.

I try out Msi Afterburner again & None of these Programs have it where I can set my Voltage to 1.175v on the Slider :/ on my Evga Precision I have Adjust Voltage & The Max it goes is only 1150 when I run Heaven Voltage barely goes up to 1.175v!! & This Power Saving kicks in & makes the graphic card not stable frown.gif
post #8 of 13
What do you have your fan speed set at. Because he 600 series start throttling down at 70c. So if your reaching 70c temps your voltage will go down alone with the core speed as your card throttles.
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post #9 of 13
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What do you have your fan speed set at. Because he 600 series start throttling down at 70c. So if your reaching 70c temps your voltage will go down alone with the core speed as your card throttles.

I have my Fan Speed on 40 to 80 fan Curve!! Last Nite I did start over again & here are my Results this is not even Overclocking yet



post #10 of 13
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It never Goes above 65c rolleyes.gif & do you think I can hit 1202Mhz with this card? cause I went 1202 & keeps Crashing idk i'm doing anything right or not?
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