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Im trying to sale my GTX 470 right now, but I am having doubts whether I should just sale my 560Ti. The 470 overclocks so easily and at 800 core seems to beat the 560Ti at 1000 core pretty easily. Of course thats just at benches like 3D Mark. I guess in certain games it will vary. My question is what kind of stable clocks and at what volts are you guys getting your 560Ti at? I havent played too much yet, but 1000 core at 1.05v has proven stable but is that too high of volts? Or about right? Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance.
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its good. no need to worry.
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Originally Posted by tyuo9980 View Post
its good. no need to worry.
Well I hear folks getting at or around 1000 core on stock volts. My stock volts are .987, so 1.05 is more of an increase then i wanted. And my GTX 470 does 825 core at 1.025v. Any other opinions?
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Well I hear folks getting at or around 1000 core on stock volts.
That's almost impossible unless you're talking about Hawk cards, which usually have a stock VID ~1.06 anyway.

1.05 is very good for that OC.

One of mine will do 1GHz at 1.062, the other seems to take 1.087, so I run them at 950 instead.

IMO you're fine, but if you're worried about it, you could invest in some VRM heatsinks.
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just to give you an idea, my hawk is stocked @ 950Mhz, 1.049V
i think upto 1.1v is ok as long as your temps are ok.
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Thanks guys. I just needed to get some ideas of what is normal on these cards. Since at 1.05v and 1000 core and only 50% fan I only hit 61c, and after hearing what you guys say, im confident that I am good. I will look into the VRAM heatsinks as well. Once again thanks and + rep to you all.
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