The 680m thread where no one talks about it's red competitor.

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by SeriousCat, Jul 9, 2012.

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  1. Drunken1

    Drunken1 Notebook Consultant

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    I found this interesting.

    Total available graphics memory 4095 MB
    Dedicated video memory 2048 MB GDDR5
    Shared system memory 2047 MB

    sharedmemory.jpg
     
  2. MeNtAl_DaRkNeSs

    MeNtAl_DaRkNeSs Notebook Consultant

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    Hi ppl,
    I have a brand new GTX680M 4Gb DDR5 for me to play with :D

    Here are some benchs and temps:


    Stock Clocks
    Room: 27,8ºC
    3DMark 11: 63ºC


    OC (854/2400):
    Room: 29,8ºC
    3DMark 11- 69ºC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-3610QM Processor,CLEVO P15xEMx score: P7215 3DMarks
    3DMark Vantage - 73ºC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-3610QM Processor,CLEVO P15xEMx score: P24419 3DMarks


    Is this good/normal? If not how can I improve (last nvidia GPU I had was a Geforce 2...)

    Thank you,
    Best Regards to all
     
  3. AlphaMagnum

    AlphaMagnum Notebook Consultant

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    Scores look solid to me. Your temps are a bit lower than expected, actually. Is this with your notebook cooler running? Or have you done any extra cooling mods like the foil mod or something?

    Anyway, if you choose to overvolt, you'll be able to reach higher clocks while retaining <80C temperatures, which is very impressive.
     
  4. MeNtAl_DaRkNeSs

    MeNtAl_DaRkNeSs Notebook Consultant

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    Hi,
    Thank you for your feedback :D yes I have a notepal U2 with 5 fans and foil mod applied :) I'm pretty happy with my GTX 680M since I can OC everytime I want (if not always ehehe).

    Best Regards to all
     
  5. DJStarscream

    DJStarscream Notebook Consultant

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    Anyone playing the Sleeping Dogs with the 680M? If so what're your settings and FPS, please?

    For verification purposes I've only tried the demo, am on 302.77 drivers, my card isn't overclocked and its the Alienware M17x R4 card.

    Thank you. :)
     
  6. DEagleson

    DEagleson Gamer extraordinaire

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    Seems Sleeping Dogs (Demo) runs just fine.
    I got a stable 60fps playing the game at with the settings here.

    The drivers im using are the new beta drivers.
    NVIDIA DRIVERS 306.02BETA

     
  7. Shox

    Shox Notebook Geek

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    Hey guys,

    Future 680m owner here. Just wondering if the 180w NP9150 PSU has enough juice to hold a 680m at 1035mhz? (1.037v BIOS). I'll have 1 SSD, no optical drive, a 3630QM and 8gb of Hyper-X RAM.

    Really want to try stay at 15.6. 17.3" seems so big :O
     
  8. crosslimit

    crosslimit Notebook Evangelist

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    that shouldn't be a problem. you won't need a larger PSU. mind you you won't be running 1.037 voltage all the time

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk HD
     
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