Just Got 2 670 GTX, but they are different clocks...Also Gigabyte Prob

Hello,

I just got 2 670s (one is the Gigabyte Windforce OC) the other is the Stock EVGA 670. Now I'm using MSI Afterburner to Overclock and it works Well, I tried OCing the EVGA to match the Gigabyte but then it also overclocks the Gigabyte by 100 mhz.

I tried switching don't synchronize in the settings tab, but it doesn't work:S

Any suggestions?

Also I noticed that with the Evga I can increase the voltage and the Power limit much more when it is in the main slot. Is it restricted by Gigabyte? If so...wow! Why sell a card that can clearly take an overclock and limit it:(.


Thanks again for the replies!!!!
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  1. Not all boards are the same, some are better than others. The gigabyte ones have higher clock speeds and overclock better than the EVGA ones since they have better fans and a full pcb.
  2. maxh22 said:
    Not all boards are the same, some are better than others. The gigabyte ones have higher clock speeds and overclock better than the EVGA ones since they have better fans and a full pcb.


    You have it backwards:P maybe I explained it wrong, its the Giga 1 with the better fans and the 680 GTX PCB that doesn't overclock as much! :S
  3. For SLI to work both cards have to be operating at the same GPU clock and memory clock frequencies. You'll may have to over/under clock the cards so that they are both using a GPU clock and memory clock that are stable for both cards.
  4. It only lets me clock the EVGA 1 with MSI afterburner, when I change it, it also changes the Gigabyte 1.

    EVGA @ 1015 MHZ
    GigaBye @ 1080 MHZ

    Also off topic question, I remember when the 680 GTX launched, there was talk about the Fermi Cards still being stronger at GPGPU or Transcoding, is this true?
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