Originally Posted by Scorpion667
Hmm, anyone have a 570 that came with stock VID 1v?
I had 3x 570's:
570 # 1 VID = 975mv (900 core at 1075mv)
570 # 2 VID = 950mv (900 core at 1038mv)
570 # 3 VID = 1000mv (yet to OC this one)
All superclocked editions (797/1950 stock)
Mine came in stock VID of 0.96 but it wasn't even stable. I contacted MSI and had them make me a new bios at 1.037 because that's what it was stable at for the stock overclock of 770/2000. (Just for the sake of testing, I tried default reference frequency at 0.96 but wasn't stable either)
So technically speaking, my VID is over 1v. I've actually heard of another guy at 1.05 VID before as well.
I guess in some cases, VID has no correlation with how well your gpu overclocks. The other guy with 1.05 vid could only get to 850 core if I recall, but I'm able to pretty much be 900 core stable right around 1.05v or so if I recall. My GPU requires 1.037 to be stable at stock overclock (I'm guessing at reference frequencies I'd probably need right around 1v flat), but requires very little beyond that for stability at higher frequencies.
Temperatures are great for me though, at idle 31c and at load ~65c.Edited by gl0ry - 5/8/11 at 1:10am