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hello guys,

can somebody post stable OC setting for ASUS 2 X GTX560 Ti CU II TOP in SLI? i'm using 280.26 driver but can't get my core clock past 925Mhz? my system specs on signature. Really appreciate it if somebody can post settings or generic guide. BTW i'm using latest beta version of MSI AB.confused.gif

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Step 1: Unlock voltage control
Step 2: Raise voltage as high as it will go
Step 3: Raise GPU Core clock in 10mhz increments doing a Heaven 2.1 run inbetween at max settings until you see artifacts.
Step 4: Upon seeing artifacts, lower by 10 - 15mhz
Step 5: Notch up in 1 mhz increments if it matters to you until getting artifacts
Step 6: Repeat steps 3 - 5 for the Memory

I recommend making a custom fan profile that is at 100% speed @ 90c.
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Originally Posted by appleg33k85;15212583 
Step 1: Unlock voltage control
Step 2: Raise voltage as high as it will go
Step 3: Raise GPU Core clock in 10mhz increments doing a Heaven 2.1 run inbetween at max settings until you see artifacts.
Step 4: Upon seeing artifacts, lower by 10 - 15mhz
Step 5: Notch up in 1 mhz increments if it matters to you until getting artifacts
Step 6: Repeat steps 3 - 5 for the Memory

I recommend making a custom fan profile that is at 100% speed @ 90c.

Thanks man,

BTW my core clock and shader clock are link? MSI AB beta 8.0 the button is grayed out, any idea how to unlink? redface.gif
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Unpossible.
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