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I don't plan on increasing voltage, just a few dozen Mhz increase would do fine. How much of an increase could I expect if I don't increase voltage? Stock core is at 797, shader is at 1594, and Memory is at 2025.
It's all chance of course but I'd guesstimate around 830mhz plus or minus if you're lucky, 797 if you aren't.
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I'll use Furmark to test temps and 3dmark11 or Heaven for long term stability, but checking for artifacts is really hard sometimes and those programs don't have that function, so should I use EVGA OC Scanner to test for artifacts first before I test for temps or long term stability?

its really easy to check for artifacts in heaven 2.5. you will see red,blue, or green stars that flash on screen. furmark is tough, u have to have a keen eye and look for very small graphical rips and tares in the picture
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Thx for the info guys, I think I'll keep things stock for now. lol.
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Thx for the info guys, I think I'll keep things stock for now. lol.
Were you asking what kind of OC you can get with your EVGA GTX 580 SC without over volting?

Well your default is 1.0880v and I got mine 24/7 @ 875 core clock. See specs in system specs. It's a 13% OC over vanilla clocks and I've been running it stable since February.

The SC version comes default at 797 which is a mild 3% OC over vanilla btw. So if you take your SC to a 10% OC it's actually 13% over vanilla. To accomplish it you'll need it @ 875 Core/1750 Shader.
     
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You aren't basing that "all SC 580s are 1.088v" on just your one card are you? Because the last few generations of cards have all had variable voltages that differ based on what each individual card requires. I don't know for a fact that this also applies to the EVGA SC but I see no reason why all of them would have the same voltage when no other 580s are doing that.
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Were you asking what kind of OC you can get with your EVGA GTX 580 SC without over volting?

Well your default is 1.0880v and I got mine 24/7 @ 875 core clock. See specs in system specs. It's a 13% OC over vanilla clocks and I've been running it stable since February.

The SC version comes default at 797 which is a mild 3% OC over vanilla btw. So if you take your SC to a 10% OC it's actually 13% over vanilla. To accomplish it you'll need it @ 875 Core/1750 Shader.
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You aren't basing that "all SC 580s are 1.088v" on just your one card are you? Because the last few generations of cards have all had variable voltages that differ based on what each individual card requires. I don't know for a fact that this also applies to the EVGA SC but I see no reason why all of them would have the same voltage when no other 580s are doing that.

Yeah this is a valid point, one of my 580s baselines at 1.088 the other at 1.058. YMMV with these things.
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