Wow, that's dissapointing. I thought buying the superclocked version of the EVGA GTX 680 would give me a slight edge. How can I go about downclocking my GPU using EVGA Precision? I want to be careful as not to do anything wrong. My NVIDIA driver still displays the un-superclocked 680 stats.
I think this guy has the same problem as me:
I don't use the signature edition though, which has slightly more factory OC.
Also, slightly digressing, can somebody explain to me why my USB ports on the mobo, chassis, and drive bay mods keep on disconnecting themselves randomly, sometimes not even detected? It's annoying when this happens and the devices themselves are usually still powered on. And one more thing...why my HDMI only works on the graphics card and not the mobo (worked before for an out-of-case pretest install).