SLI core clocks don't match

I overclocked my EVGA GTX 670's that are run in SLI and the core clocks don't match. I used MSI Afterburner to overcclock. GPUz's says they are set the same but when I look in the monitoring window from MSI it says there is a almost a 30 MHz differance between the 2 cards. Is this a problem?
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  1. It should be fine, it will just downclock to the speed of the slowest card. I might downclock the higher card to the speed of the lower card just for looks :)
  2. does MSI give the option to adjust the cards independently?
  3. I haven't used an SLi configuration but I am betting my money on that they do. If for some reason they don't then it might be doable in the drivers.

    EVGA Precision might be another alternative if nothing else.
  4. Any other ideas? I don't see any way to adjust the cards individually.
  5. Anyone?
  6. I can't think of anything else, its not a big deal though. It won't affect performance.
  7. Go to EVGA website and download EVGA precision. With this software you can link the cards and OC both at the same speed. You can also do custom fan profiles and if they didn't lock it, you can also overclock the voltage. Also you can overclock them indivdually if you like.
  8. chase3567 said:
    Go to EVGA website and download EVGA precision. With this software you can link the cards and OC both at the same speed. You can also do custom fan profiles and if they didn't lock it, you can also overclock the voltage. Also you can overclock them indivdually if you like.

    Ok I'll give that a run.
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