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how u decide your oc value on kepler cards?

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my 670

i did oc to base clock of 1100mhz

my boost clock is almost 1200mhz

but in games i reach 1300mhz (as msi afterburner monitor shows)

on core clock



and my memory is on 1750mhz

so i need to say that i have oc of...

1100/1750 oc?
or
1200/1750 oc?
or
1300/1750 oc ?


cuz if somone say " i did oc of xxxx/yyyy " i dont know to wich peremeter he means on the core clock sins the kepler is confusing -_-

somone can give me the light?


btw my oc is good?
i culdnt reach more then that (no artifacts but driver crashes)
and my temps are 60 max on full load

its the windforce x3 670 oc edition

my power is on 112% (cant slide more then that in msi afterburner)
but every damging game i play dont even hit the 90% power..... but still useses the 1300mhz

its looks like i have free headroom to push it alot harder but i cant... sins i cant pass the 1175 volt
that my gpu usege it already automaticly on damging games
Edited by Shadowside - 4/2/13 at 2:51pm
post #2 of 2
With keplar you deal with offsets.
You will usually see something like this for people talking about their OC.

+175/+500

This means the offset of the core clock is +175 and the offset of the memory is +500. With Keplar you use offsets instead for manually setting core and memory.

Keplar has build in OC boosts. They vary by card. You take what ever your max boost is and then add your offset. That is what you max core clock boost will be.

So, if you boost clock is 1200 and you had +175 core offset, then you would be at a max boost clock of 1375. Same logic applies to memory.

1300 boost clock is okay.
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