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Gigabyte 560Ti OC/SO issues/problems/crashes

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Hello guys,
The 560ti is quite the powerful little card but some of us have come across of issues where some of the games crash to desktop, or freeze or give a black screen or show the " Display Driver has stopped responding and has recovered message". This tends to happen to the factory overclocked versions.

We could help to speed up the process of finding a solution for this problem. One of the ways is to let Gigabyte know about our issues.

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The reason why its crashing to desktop is because the OC was not stable. So what you could to to fix this is turn down the core clock by 20 or so and see what it does then. I have a GTX 460 and I OCed it myself and it did the same thing that your 560 is doing and I lowered the clock down a little and now it works fine.

But if you would like to keep your clock settings the same you could slightly raise the Voltage and that should do the trick also.
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From my research before I got this card, the 1000 Mhz SOC edition was a twitchy unit to start with, thats why GB introduced the 950 Mhz SOC edition.

Having said that, you are right, there seems to be a lot of the "Display Driver has stopped responding and has recovered" errors plaguing this card.

While I appreciate the spirit of the thread, if its falling over, then its just plain faulty. Why pay for a 1000 Mhz stock OC when you have to downclock it, to get it to work?

To my mind, if you bought the card and its falling over at stock factory OC, do you really want to put up with it or RMA it?

Ive been luckly or asked the right questions I guess. I havent had this issue.

Id be interested in what others think.
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