Guru3D GeForce GTX 680

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. Steve30x

    Steve30x Master Guru

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    If you have plenty of ventillation then having two of those in sli wont be a problem , but if your case has bad airflow like my Corsair 800D then its not a good idea to have two Twin Frzor GPU's in your case.
     
  2. swecarl

    swecarl Master Guru

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  3. maddy2012

    maddy2012 Master Guru

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    once i send my ****ty 7970 lightning back i think i'll get one of these for my new watercooled rig, might even get two if i get some tax back :)
     
  4. cole2109

    cole2109 Master Guru

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  5. Xipe

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    My toy :)

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    But i have a dude. Why in games the gpu clock is diferent? For example, gpu1 clock is 1215mhz and the gpu2 is 1175mhz. The "sync" is on and both has the same parametres....

    Thanks
     
  6. Jkhan

    Jkhan Guest

    I'm using a GTX 570, for only a few months now, but damn I'm beginning to get the itch to dump it and buy the new 680. There are some things I need clarification about, first being will my current system be able to handle it perfectly, or will the components create a bottleneck. Secondly, will my current Corsair VX550 watts PSU be able to hold the 680 on its with the i5 clocked to 3.6 Ghz ? Reason I ask this is because currently there's no new stock of either Corsair or Antec PSUs available in the market. Don't want to take chances with Cooler Master, because I heard they just "Pop' randomly and take the entire systems along with them.

    Any user feedback/ experience who are still using the 1st gen Core "i" series processor with GTX 680 would be highly appreciated.
     

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