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JJThomp November 6, 2011 07:00 PM

GTX 560 TI Clocks
 
Hey guys I was overclocking my GTX 560 ti and I was wondering what kind of numbers you guys were pulling out of yours.

Right now I have mine rock solid at 950/1900/2300 at .987v, Shoul I aim for higher shaders or memory speed? This has been the easiest overclocking because I haven't needed any voltage so far and I'm still only at 75C so I could pull more out of it but I don't want to get greedy and have problems.

supaflyx3 November 6, 2011 07:05 PM

946/1892/2106.
Any higher and it becomes unstable :l

JJThomp November 6, 2011 07:08 PM

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Originally Posted by supaflyx3 (Post 565752)
946/1892/2106.
Any higher and it becomes unstable :l

Guess I have a good overclocker, what voltage are you running at?

P.S I googled and my memory clocks seem to be a good 100-200 higher than most people running at 950/1900, am I going to kill my vram?

supaflyx3 November 6, 2011 07:12 PM

No idea, whatever stock voltages are.
Although, a bunch of WU failed today so I'm not sure if my OC is unstable or something else is causing them to fail.

JJThomp November 6, 2011 07:30 PM

Doing a run on 970/1940 wish me luck maybe I'll get really lucky and be able to hit 1 ghz on stock voltage. I'm not going to increase any voltage my target OC was only 950 but since it's rock solid I'm gonna see how far I can go.

Stable on 980/1960/2300 however I read some places that 10 mins on extreme burn in is good to test but then you need to check for 2 hours by clicking the k on after burner how do you guys test your overclocks?

Well it passed an hour of BF3, game crashed once but it does that pretty much everytime I play anyways because BF3 is a little buggy.

GT7R November 7, 2011 12:59 AM

Just couple of days ago OCed a MSI 560Ti Twin Frozr 3 for a friend, max on stock voltage was 990, and with a bit of voltage tweaking it has reached 1.1 GHZ rock solid.

JJThomp November 7, 2011 04:40 AM

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Originally Posted by GT7R (Post 565818)
Just couple of days ago OCed a MSI 560Ti Twin Frozr 3 for a friend, max on stock voltage was 990, and with a bit of voltage tweaking it has reached 1.1 GHZ rock solid.

Nice, mines getting a little warmer than I'd like at 79C so I'm going to leave it for now.

GT7R November 7, 2011 05:51 AM

Yeah, at 1.1 the card is reaching 85C under furmark, with a pretty aggressive custom fan profile. But the performance are way better than a stock 570 lol.

JJThomp November 7, 2011 06:38 AM

Whats the fan profile like? I'm thinking of making a big push for 1ghz+ for benchies and stuff

GT7R November 7, 2011 08:03 AM

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Here the profile of my 580 with an Accelero Xtreme 2 cooler, his is a bit less aggressive but you get the idea :)


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