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lol you guys are being mean.

Want me to post my 470s beating 6970s in high tess games/benchmarks? For about half the price?

Stop stalking the guy, the only real selling point of the 69xx series was 6950s unlocking and a lack of tess in current gen games making its gaping weakness less obvious.
    
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lol you guys are being mean.

Want me to post my 470s beating 6970s in high tess games/benchmarks? For about half the price?

Stop stalking the guy, the only real selling point of the 69xx series was 6950s unlocking and a lack of tess in current gen games making its gaping weakness less obvious.
You're always looking for a reason to post your benches.
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Considering the place we're at its usually not this hard!

No but seriously, leave the kid alone please.
    
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Great choice on the card man! I have the exact same one. And damn it looks awesome with your camera!

Enjoy the 560Ti, it really is a great card. OC like a champ too. I chose it over a 6950 because it was cheaper for me and also the min fps is better and don't have to deal ATi/AMD drivers.
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wise choice. paying a little extra for nvidia always get you stable softwares and superior experience
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Christ guys, for the last time, my last card was flashed back to its original state. I botched one card and returned it as DOA. Whoopty doo, this isnt about that. The customer service guys know all about it, they're bros, you think they give a damn? As long as they get their card back from rma, their happy.

And thanks guys, I honestly haven't been happier with a card, I really like that nVidia cards have a metal cap over the silicon. Makes cleaning and applying thermal paste a breeze.

Are there any O/C guides for this card?
    
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Originally Posted by jbalsa2 View Post
~ snip~ Are there any O/C guides for this card?
Not dedicated to the 560 specifically. IDT.

Grab yourself a copy of Afterburner, unlock the voltage slider and your away.

Go with stock volts first and move your Core up a strap.
Leave the MEM clock alone for the moment. Test stability with OCCT GPU with error check ON.

Your Shader clock is linked with the Core Clock, so it will adjust itself automatically.

As you hit errors moving up the straps, up your volts a notch at a time until stable. Rinse and repeat until your where you want to be (or can get to stable).

Straps explained:
http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/4976...er-straps.html

Once your done with the Core and Shaders, you can start playing with the MEM clocks. Same principles apply.

Dont forget to edit your system in your sig

Have fun!
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Interesting that my congratulatory pic/post was removed as it was meant as a real grats yet, mods are allowing members to act like children in this thread and there's a troll pic on page 2.

Keep up the impeccable work, admins.
Edited by Ascii Aficionado - 6/16/11 at 11:41am
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In a month or so i will get a new rig with the same card. Love this gtx 560 Ti DCII <3

Can't wait for it
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