So the best overclocking tool will be watercooling? Is there any mention of dynamic overclocking being fully (and immovably) integrated into later editions of these 680's? Or will the later editions of these cards, perhaps, be more manual OC friendly? I can't help but think of the GTX 680 as being the same as going from a manual, stick-shift car to one with an automatic transmission. I prefer to change gears when I decide to, not when the car decides it's time. This is what the auto-OCing of these videocards feels like to me. Except, it also has a governor limiting the voltage, like a governor limiting the fuel going through a carburetor. I don't want Nvidia telling me when, or even if, I can OC my videocards as I like. The same way that they screwed up the GTX 590's by mandating a set maximum voltage. If this is the future of OCing videocards, then I think it sucks!