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My GTX 570 SC EVGA Benchmark!

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Hello every one first time posting here smile.gif and i wanted to share my stock computer with you guys tongue.gif here is the results , btw if any one could give me a hand i'll post my computer specs and u guys might be able to help me and tell me if i can over clock this rig or not ? >.< thanks in advance! you can see my specs in the ss smile.gif , also here is my motherboard
> ASUSTeK Computer INC. P8H67-M LX Rev X.0x



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Edited by duckerit - 6/12/11 at 11:01pm
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Intel® Core™ i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40GHz Asus P8H67-M LX Rev GTX 570 SC EVGA 8GB 
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Acer 19' LCD G15 1k+ TT G9 
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Nice. First of all welcome to ocn. Fill out your system specs here http://www.overclock.net/specs.php We will get you overclocked in no time dont worry.
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Thank you for the warm welcome smile.gif i will fill in my specs hehe thnx
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Please tell me your monitors max resolution is not 1440x900. That's like caging a lion.
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it is frown.gif i'm getting a 24' full hd 3d samsung monitor at the end of this month tho smile.gif
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but if possible plz can some one tell me if i can over clock my computer ? O.o i am really new to these kind of things and i have no idea what so ever on this stuff
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post #7 of 17
Unfortunately if your CPU is the 2600 model and not the 2600k which appears to be the case you will not be able to OC that. Your video card you can certainly OC though and you will notice some good gains from that.

Download MSI Afterburner and GPU-Z to get started.
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aw frown.gif i didn't know that about my processor i thought all sandy bridge processors are the same redface.gif ? any ways i have got a program called precision i got it from evga should i use that for over clocking ? also can u tell me how tongue.gif
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post #9 of 17
Nice build, but as eggs2see has stated you can't O.C your processor. frown.gif But you should be able to with your 570. EVGA Precision is good to use , also there is, MSI after burner. It is a very good oc program for graphic cards. http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm
Edited by Sean Webster - 6/12/11 at 9:20pm
post #10 of 17
I haven't used precision myself (even though I have an evga card tongue.gif). I can't tell you how high you can go on that card, I don't own one.

To overclock you need to raise the core and memory speeds. If you look in precision it should tell you your core mhz, shader mhz and memory mhz. These are what you need to raise but I can't tell you by how much sorry.

It's important to monitor your temperatures when you overclock, you don't want to go above 100c, ideally you don't want to go much past 80c so you will probably want to set a custom fan profile too, as by default they set the fans pretty lazy. Try setting your fan to hit full speed at your desired maximum temperature, so around 80c.

Actually I'm kind of guessing on the temps too, the 570's might run cooler than that. Really you need to wait for another 570 owner to come in here.
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