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MSI 560Ti TwinFrozr II is a good choice. Offers the best cooling performance for a 560Ti. I have mine running at 1Ghz stable with load temps no higher than ~80C
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Originally Posted by tedman;13853435 
MSI 560Ti TwinFrozr II is a good choice. Offers the best cooling performance for a 560Ti. I have mine running at 1Ghz stable with load temps no higher than ~80C

really thats hot..... i hit around 68-72 @ 1000mhz (dont use it cause of the amount of vcore i need my card dont like the new drivers)
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Originally Posted by IXcrispyXI;13853900 
really thats hot..... i hit around 68-72 @ 1000mhz (dont use it cause of the amount of vcore i need my card dont like the new drivers)

Well, those are the temps running FurMark at maximum burn mode. So I guess its not a real world scenario.
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Originally Posted by tedman;13853435 
MSI 560Ti TwinFrozr II is a good choice. Offers the best cooling performance for a 560Ti. I have mine running at 1Ghz stable with load temps no higher than ~80C

I have mine at 1Ghz (@ 1.037v) as well, it never hits 70c (custom fan profile + RV-02!). I have had it over 1050/2300 too, but I backed it down for 24/7 use.
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Originally Posted by Mokka;13854633 
I have mine at 1Ghz (@ 1.037v) as well, it never hits 70c (custom fan profile + RV-02!). I have had it over 1050/2300 too, but I backed it down for 24/7 use.

I had to volt mine to 1.050v. Its stable in FurMark, 3DMark, TF2 and GTA: SA.
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Originally Posted by Mokka;13854633 
I have mine at 1Ghz (@ 1.037v) as well, it never hits 70c (custom fan profile + RV-02!). I have had it over 1050/2300 too, but I backed it down for 24/7 use.

1GHz on 1.037v?!?!

You lucky SOB! You could probably push that thing close to 1100 MHz with some water cooling thinking.gif
post #17 of 22
MSI Hawk TFIII is superior and it reaches near 570 performance, as do some of the other high end 560 Ti's, especially if you OC them yourself.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127578&cm_re=560_Ti-_-14-127-578-_-Product
Edited by Ascii Aficionado - 6/13/11 at 11:53am
post #18 of 22
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Originally Posted by Booty Warrior;13856620 
1GHz on 1.037v?!?!

You lucky SOB! You could probably push that thing close to 1100 MHz with some water cooling thinking.gif

I just bought it over the weekend, I was shocked when it went to 1050 core so easily (on 1.065v). It still hasn't seen over 70C either, between the cooler and the case I am amazed.

Do I have anything to lose by pushing the core to the sky, stay belowing 1.1v and moving the clocks up slowly?
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post #19 of 22
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so... best version is???

twinfrozr II version???
post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by fatalizer;13857236 
so... best version is???

twinfrozr II version???

Hawk TFIII,

TFII/OC is still an excellent card though.
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