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How is the 560 Ti with overclocking?

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I'm getting either a 6950 or a 560 Ti, but it is way too hard to choose.

Anyway, how does the 560 Ti OC on stock fans?
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I've gotten mine to 985 core and 2250 memory but it'll crash in Crysis (runs the benchmarks fine). 950/2200 is stable in everything (and I'm not adjusting voltages)....
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I can run mine at 1000 core_ (Haven't touch memory yet) with 1.15volts _ but it runs awful hot, so I stick to 900 at 1.0volts
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Despite all the raves around here that suggest it's some amazing OC'er, it's merely what I'd call a better than average OC'er but not anything mind-boggling. They usually hit somewhere around 950-1020MHz on air I believe. Which is a high number, but in terms of a % above stock it's not especially amazing ... and the % over stock is really what matters.

Still a great card though.

Personally I'd choose a 6950 2GB over a 560 1GB, but w/both 1GB versions probably go w/the 560.
    
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Had mine running at 1000Mhz core and 2400Mhz memory at 1.1 for a while before I lowered it back to 950Mhz and 2200Mhz at 1.076. Its such a beast. Can't wait 'til the day these cards reach 120 used so I can SLI mine biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by uncholowapo;13571028 
Had mine running at 1000Mhz core and 2400Mhz memory at 1.1 for a while before I lowered it back to 950Mhz and 2200Mhz at 1.076. Its such a beast. Can't wait 'til the day these cards reach 120 used so I can SLI mine biggrin.gif

i cant wait im going to get another soon smile.gif

900Mhz is plenty anyways that already what 100Mhz over stock anyways?
is it worth the heat in your case for the gains you'll get?

if im wrong show me some graphs and i'll consider O/C mine biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by hitoriko;13571060 
i cant wait im going to get another soon smile.gif

900Mhz is plenty anyways that already what 100Mhz over stock anyways?
is it worth the heat in your case for the gains you'll get?

if im wrong show me some graphs and i'll consider O/C mine biggrin.gif

I really don't feel a difference, I play NFSUnleashed 2 and Dirt2 along with a few others, at stock clocks or overclock clocks, I don't see a difference =]
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I have mine at 1005 / 2010 stock fans at 1.025v. Folding load temps @54c and OCCT GPU @ 84c (ambient 24c). I havent OC the memory

I cant get past 1005 without errors and the increase in temps.

Perhaps if I invest in some after market cooling solution, that may change.

Only downside for me is the the cuda cores (shaders). They are a little light on compared to the 470 / 570 / 580 / 590 series.

Apart from that, I find it a excellent gaming card.
post #9 of 14
They overclock pretty good, but as brettjv said not a big % above stock.

Your kind off in the same situation as this guy. Trying to choose between 6950 or 560ti.
http://www.overclock.net/graphics-cards-general/1020363-can-6950-still-unlock.html

Might help you decide.
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Now wait a sec, a 1000MHz overclock (easily achievable with minor voltage adjustment) works out to a 22% increase over stock. How is that not impressive?
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