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Glad you got it sorted. 3180 definitely seems to be a more appropriate score smile.gif
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Glad you got it sorted. 3180 definitely seems to be a more appropriate score smile.gif

yeah that was stock too.
with +60 on the core and +60 on the memory and 105% power limit i was able to achieve a new score of 3255. they wont budge anymore than that, at least for now. maybe after a bunch of hours of gaming and they're burned in i can go higher. considering they come with a decent clock out of the factory im suprised i was able to get as much as i did out of them.
Edited by discoprince - 7/13/13 at 2:54pm
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See I thought it was something simple, glad you figured it out that didn't seem right at all. One time I was trying to figure out why my 560ti's were performing horribly and looked into every possible route...turns out i didn't have the SLI bridge installed...live and learn.

this made me lol.
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