Originally Posted by Topgearfan
Ya I have been gaming on my OC on stock bios with no issues at 106% target and I can only get 1188mhz gpu clock though. I can push a bit higher but it will crash at about +100 offset with voltage pushed as high as it can go. Memory is set at +550 offset or 1777mhz as shown in GPU-Z. I get good performance. I can max out BF3 with MSAA no problem and still see over 100fps at times on certain maps. Amazing card. totally destroys my old Xfire 6970's.
Jesus. +550mhz on the memory is insane. Well, for me anyways. One does +150, the other does +250-ish.
Originally Posted by scyy
Well when it starts running a game or bench it starts at 1250mhz but hits the power target and throttles. I flashed the bios just now and now its stable at 1260mhz 1.212v.
That's excellent. Congrats on the card
Anyone know how the Lightnings are doing? Haven't had much time to browse their thread. From the little I saw though, that 770 Lightning overclocks pretty well, but doesn't really improve much upon the 680, even with the 7Ghz+ memory speeds. I know it's direct successor is the 670, but yeah, 770 Lightning didn't seem to be doing anything spectacular in the glances at reviews I had time for. Though I did see some users getting well into the 1300's. But I had my 680 Lightning at 1400mhz for the little review/tests I did with the Titan and 780 and both handily blew my Lightning away.
Seeing how the 770 Lightning overclocks, I wonder what the 780 Lightning will be like. Also, it appears that the config edit for 770 Lightnings using Afterburner allows for 100mv of voltage, up to 1.3v. Damn...can you imagine GK110 with another 100mv
Can't wait for my Lightnings to come out
PS- In one Lightning thread I suggested the 680 Lightning hack with Artmoney, to see if it was possible again. The one person that replied said it didn't work, unfortunately. But still...1.3v ain't bad if that's what the 780 ends up getting.