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Which part?

Ever heard of SpeedFan?
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post #732 of 1059
And here is my toy

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Testy w Crossfire na stocku
3DMark 11
Phenom 955 3.2 Ghz
6950 crossfire 810-1250(5000)


Entry
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Phenom 955 3.2 Ghz
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Entry
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Performance
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Phenom 955 4.0 Ghz
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Finished

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Edited by rolandwally83 - 11/24/11 at 3:44am
post #733 of 1059
My 560 ti biggrin.gif338338
Does anyone have the waterblock for the dc2 570?
This is the card i plan on buying and wanna see it installed in a system.
And can you tell me if the 570 has the vrm heatsink like the 560 ti?
Edited by solar0987 - 11/24/11 at 2:09am
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UPDATED!
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Hi. just got a Asus Direct CU II GTX 570. here is the photo, ive also included a pic of an overclocked (895/2025) run of heaven benchmark maxed.
can anyone please tell me how to unlock the voltage control to values like 1.2V or up to 1.3V im sure these cards' VRMs can handle those voltages. MSI Afterburner allows me to go to a max volatge of 1.125V
[URL=http://www.overclock.net/image/id/1076517/width/525/height/700[/URL]
[URL=http://www.overclock.net/image/id/1076524/width/600/height/450[/URL]
VSYNC was on btw, im sure this beats many stock GTX 580s
i need a gpu-z validation from you before i can add you wink.gif
btw, which version of heaven did you run your bench with? i tried 2.1 and 2.5 with the same setting and hardware, and 2.5 returned much lower score...
do you have any pics and gpu-z validations of the cards in your rig before you got them under water? i mean, this thread/club was created with the intention to see how far people can push their cards on the directcu cooler, water and ln2 cooling are obviously welcome and will be updated to the list as long as stock cooler performance is also included smile.gif
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Well throw my name on the list, 560 TI Direct CUII, My GPU-Z
Apparently its a DirectCU II
need a pic of your card in the system wink.gif
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And here is my toy
Testy w Crossfire na stocku
UPDATED!
one thing i have to point out is that this is a graphics card club, but your overclocks were all cpu based, i find it a bit strange...but anyway, for your own interest, i took the 3dmark11 p score with your cpu set to 4ghz. if you ever get around to overclock your gpus, post back your gpu-z and 3dmark scores, i'll update your info again.
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My 560 ti biggrin.gif[URL=http://www.overclock.net/image/id/1117722/width/600/height/338[/URL][URL=http://www.overclock.net/image/id/1117723/width/600/height/338[/URL]
Does anyone have the waterblock for the dc2 570?
This is the card i plan on buying and wanna see it installed in a system.
And can you tell me if the 570 has the vrm heatsink like the 560 ti?
i need a pic of your cards in the system before i can add you.
the vrms on all directcu cards are covered by heatsinks. however, the vrams on the 570 cards are NAKED!
post #735 of 1059
sorry mate,

got no photos when both of my GPU's were on stock cooler inside my rig for only 3 days then I've decided to set it on liquid cool since I've already got 3 sets of GPU universal block from my previous rig that is GTX285 (SLI) and GTX280. My mistake for not fullfilling the acceptable criteria. redface.gif

regards,

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Ever heard of SpeedFan?

Sorry, I think I wasn't enough clear there, but if you kept reading you could find out what I was going to say.
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By the way case fans aren't controlled by any driver coming with mobo, they run at a permanent speed, which you can lower in different ways, or as I said before find, write a program for them.(E.g. speedfan)



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Hey,

You lots seem more experienced with these cards than i am, so here i am wanting your help.

I want to buy an Asus DirectCUII card, but i am stuck.

- Asus 1GB GeForce GTX 560TI DirectCUII PCI-E Graphics Card

- Asus nVIDIA 3D GeForce GTX 560 TI DirectCu II TOP Graphics Card (1GB)

- Asus GeForce GTX 570 742MHz 1280MB PCI-Express HDMI (DirectCU II)


There is about £100.00 difference in the first card and the second card.

Which of these cards is worth money you are paying for?
Like is the extra £100 worth the preformance difference you get from the gtx 570 and the gtx 560ti (830MHz)?

Thanks In Advance.
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Sorry, I think I wasn't enough clear there, but if you kept reading you could find out what I was going to say.
fixed.

I don't know how to call that my mobo does, but I can set my case fans plugged to mobo through mobo wihtout external additions.
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Wasn't trying to join i sold the card to another ocn member, But it was a awesome card looking at the 570, but i already have a ek hf gpu only block and wanted to know if it would work.
Sadly it wont since there isn't any heatsink on the vrm im better going full cover.
I'll Be joining soon thought with the 570 version biggrin.gif hope its as good a clocker as the 560ti was biggrin.gif
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And can you tell me if the 570 has the vrm heatsink like the 560 ti?

Yes it does have a heatsink on the VRMs,

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Ramping up the fans a little keeps them cooler as well!
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