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I'm trying to use EVGA Precision X v3.0.2 with my GTX 680 and it shows "GPU Clock Offset" and "Mem Clock Offset", both of which can be adjusted, but the Power Target doesn't have a slider or a number, and I can't adjust it.

I've tried nVidia drivers 301.10 and 301.24 and even re-installed Windows...

Please help...
 

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Try MSI Afterburner?

*shrug*
 

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I thought 680s did not have voltage control?
Power Target is not voltage control.
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Gone into the Precision settings? Is there a box you have to check to enable Power % adjustment? Sorry, not home right now and I forgot what the settings look like.
 

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I may also require that BIOS treatment, my card's voltage only goes up to 1.175v

sorry, just couldn't resist that one
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He'll be able to fix you up sofakng, you're lucky you got an EVGA
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Thanks! I've sent you an e-mail.

However... I'm using a Galaxy GTX 680 (because EVGA was completely sold out!), so can we still reflash the BIOS? I'm thinking that all of these cards are identical because they are all reference nVidia boards.

I really hope you can still help me!
 

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Originally Posted by sofakng View Post

Thanks! I've sent you an e-mail.
However... I'm using a Galaxy GTX 680 (because EVGA was completely sold out!), so can we still reflash the BIOS? I'm thinking that all of these cards are identical because they are all reference nVidia boards.
I really hope you can still help me!
IMO, yes you should be able to.
 
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