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GTX 560 non ti overclocking potential?

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Since this gpu is just an already heavily overclocked gtx 460 1gb does this mean that at stock it won't be able to OC much more to reach, say 950mhz or even 1ghz?
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Since this gpu is just an already heavily overclocked gtx 460 1gb does this mean that at stock it won't be able to OC much more to reach, say 950mhz or even 1ghz?
No, the 560 uses the GF114 chip (just like the 560 Ti) which, on average, has higher clock potential than GF104 (the 460's chip).

Theoretically, a non-Ti should be able to reach similar clocks.
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No, the 560 uses the GF114 chip (just like the 560 Ti) which, on average, has higher clock potential than GF104 (the 460's chip).

Theoretically, a non-Ti should be able to reach similar clocks.
I see, that's interesting then, my friend was debating between a gtx 560 and a gtx 560 ti, but he really didn't want to spend over $200 so i guess he'll get the 560 and OC it past TI levels.
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