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Not really something that would be for regular use though was it?

For my purposes, if it won't hold up under 24/7 load, it is of no use to me.
The fact it passed a benchmark at 1100 on the stock cooler isn't anything to sneeze at. If you think it's easy; slap on that stock cooler of yours and go for it.

This card gets way too hot compared to other 560's to even think about running anything beyond the stock voltage 24/7 with the stock cooler. Plus, the insignificant amount of frames obtained going from 1000 to 1100 doesn't justify using it 24/7 anyways.
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The fact it passed a benchmark at 1100 on the stock cooler isn't anything to sneeze at. If you think it's easy; slap on that stock cooler of yours and go for it.

This card gets way too hot compared to other 560's to even think about running anything beyond the stock voltage 24/7 with the stock cooler. Plus, the insignificant amount of frames obtained going from 1000 to 1100 doesn't justify using it 24/7 anyways.
I think it is pretty cool you got it to run a benchmark at 1100, I didn't mean to sound like I was pooing on your fun.

All of my cards are used for folding, and are water cooled. My only goal when OCing is to find the maximum clock speeds that are stable for 24/7 folding.
Doesn't mean I don't appreciate the crazy stuff other people do to their hardware to entertain themselves and others.
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Don't want to hijack your thread, but I have the same card (EVGA 560 Ti FPB) and I get 1000/1275 @ 1.050mv @ max temp of 76. I haven't tried higher voltages, but @ 1.050 I can't get higher than 1000mhz. Stock air cooling, but my case is kinda cool inside. I have a HAF 912 Advanced so airflow aint a problem! Card idle's @ around 24'c


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got a break down of the scores? That's an old version of 3dmar11.
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Impressive results. I was going to say drop the memory clocks and you'd get it, but as I got further into your screens I saw you already did that.

I've got a 560 Ti FPB here too and I would artifact gaming past 925 core. And the benches I like are already bottle necked by the CPU with even a 560 Ti so no point in benching it when I don't have DICE for my pot.
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You guys all suck. My SC wont go past 950 and comes with the same crap 1.062 VID.

Those bastards had the balls to tell me its tested at 900 and needs that high a voltage. Its stable down to .975 at those clocks...grrr!
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Wow, that is an insane chip you have there. You might want to try OCCT with shader complexity 3 or 4 (it's more stressful on Fermi than 0 or 8) but still, getting anywhere near that high on air is crazy stuff.

The 3DMark11 score you posted earlier seems way low for those clocks. There must have been some thermal throttling, or error correction from the memory clocks.
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Nice clocks i hope when my gets here
i can atleast get close to 950 but mines
is only gonig to be an GTX 560 Ti FPB

AGAIN gratz on the clocks
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