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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by Crusher112;15270384 
I clocked it up to 950 Core Clock, 2100 Memory myself. Works fine. Doesn't this limit my resale opportunities though? :S

Default voltage is 1.062 if you get stability issues, just for reference.

Weird situation you got there, but hey, if the card runs at those speeds at that voltage, your card is fine.

Best of luck!
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post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by 5outh;15270428 
Default voltage is 1.062 if you get stability issues, just for reference.

There is no "default voltage". Not all cards have the same VID.

With that being said, a good place to start would be 1.062v as you mentioned, and go up or down from there. wink.gif
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All I did was bump up these settings to where the should be on Hawk, didnt do anything more. All is running fine, temps are exactly the same, maybe even lower. Getting 37C in idle, 76-77C when running the MSI Kombustor. (Little higher than normal temps come from my case being small and not too good I suppose)
post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by Crusher112;15270384 
I clocked it up to 950 Core Clock, 2100 Memory myself. Works fine. Doesn't this limit my resale opportunities though? :S
And yes, with 2.2.0 beta 8 the MSI N560GTX-Ti Hawk (P) appeared.
OK, ID is already confirmed. Please now use GPU-Z to check the default clock values. As I mentioned, look at the GPU-Z Default values it should tell you 950/1050/1900.
If not, then that card has been tampered/BIOS unconfigured. It's either not brand new or MSI forgot to configure it in factory.
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GPU-Z shows that Default values are the ref card ones . 823/1002/1645
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It's very likely that the BIOS selector switch is in the wrong position. Try the other positions (flip the switch while powered off obviously) and see if they list your 950Mhz default clock correctly, but be aware that you may have to reinstall your drivers after flipping the switch as the computer will think every different BIOS is a new card. You're card will likely have a white outline over the position on the switch that it should be in as default. Let me find out which position it ought to be in for you.
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