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post #201 of 810
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Yes, indeed. The 560Ti 448 core is simply a (neutered) 570. No offense
No offense taken. 570's are just neutered 580's also.
post #202 of 810
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So help me guys decide... should we included 448 cards in this thread?

But in my honest opinion, if we are considering including these cards, I don't think we need to make another category for the 448 cards since I did not separate the 560 from the 560 ti. Let's just imagine that the 448 cards are the 560 Ti-X. biggrin.gif

I don't know but they really do have different chipsets... so what's the verdict?
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I wasn't going to seriously enter into this but since you pm'd me..

Afterburner doesn't have voltage adjustment for my card, I have to use eVGA's EVTune, and like I said in an earlier post, 3DMark doesn't know what the heck my card is, so it labels it "generic VGA"

3DMark11 graphics score :5770

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2305198

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Edited by Visa Declined - 12/7/11 at 4:11am
post #204 of 810
I'd say in a seperate category because the 560 and 560 Ti both use the GF114 chip and the 560Ti 448 uses the GF110
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Since I see a lot of problems in the thread lately regarding 560 Ti and HAWK edition, I will create this club like the one i made (The i5-760 OC Club)
The GTX 560 series may not be the top of the line, but it is definitely affordable to mid-end gaming users.
kungfu.gifAll GTX 560 series owners are welcome to joinkungfu.gif
560%252520club2-1.jpg
OVERCLOCKING ESSENTIALS:
(read first before OC)
*under development
1.Safe voltage for Fermi 114 GPUs (MSI 560 Ti/OC)
REQUIREMENTS for Enlistment:
Please provide screenshots for proof
1. GPU-Z 0.5.5 Validation (download mirrors)
2. MSI Afterburner Indicate GPU 3D-Load Voltage 2.2.0 Beta 8 (download mirrors)
3. 3dMark11 Graphics Score only v1.0.2 Performance PRESET (free user download mirrors)
*Note: Only Graphics score is considered to isolate GPU from CPU performance
4. NEW! Notepad that includes OCN username, GPU Exact Model
THREAD STATISTICS:
Best seller:
MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC - 9 users
Top performer:
SLI - PNY 560 Ti * Single - MSI 560 Ti Hawk
Top Graphics Score:
SLI - 10615 - LilScrappyD * Single - 5500 - tcaughey
Highest Core Clock:
1065Mhz - MSI 560 Ti Hawk
Highest Memory Clock:
2400Mhz - EVGA 560 Ti
Highest Voltage:
1.168V - MSI 560 Ti Hawk
Club Member Count: 35
Newest Member: spice003
3DMark11 Graphics Score Ranking/Members List
Graphics Score only - OCN NAME * GPU Model * Core/Memory Clock GPU 3D-Load V. * Driver
CLASS S
SLI Setup
10615 - LilScrappyD * PNY 560 Ti * 1025/2100Mhz 1.150V * 285.79
10565 - Kenetic * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1020/2100Mhz 1.062V * 285.62
10465 - EmL * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1010/2350Mhz 1.150V * 290.36
10315 - FiveEYZ * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC + SOC * 985/2290Mhz 1.062V * 285.62
10313 - Jayce1971 * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1027/2275Mhz 1.120V * 280.26
9942 - p33k * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 950/2200Mhz 1.050V * 285.62
9569 - Fasista * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 925/2196Mhz ?V * 285.38
9383 - znarf * ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II * 1020/2150Mhz 1.125V * 285.79
9363 - CBZ323 * PNY XLR8 560 Ti OC * 930/2090 Mhz 1.012V * 285.79
8940 - delavan * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 880/2100Mhz ?V * 285.38
8521 - BLACKBIRD002 * EVGA 560 * 925/2105Mhz ?V * 285.62
CLASS C
Single GPU Cards
5500 - tcaughey * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1060/2350Mhz 1.150V * 285.62
5451 - tjbridge * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1060/2325Mhz 1.168V * 285.38
5440 - fatlardo * NVIDIA Reference 560 Ti * 1030/2400Mhz 1.150V * 285.62
5439 - Caleal * EVGA 560 Ti FPB * 1065/2350Mhz 1.162V * 285.62
5377 - ichoudhry1 * ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II * 1015/2100Mhz 1.125V * 285.62
5314 - spinejam * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1000/2300Mhz ?V * 285.38
5291 - eGGe * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1000/2100Mhz 1.037V * 285.62
5210 - torsp * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1000/2150Mhz 1.1V * 275.33
5194 - drewisblue* EVGA 560 Ti DS * 1000/2350Mhz 1.1V * 285.62
5185 - spinejam* MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1000/2300Mhz 1.1V * 275.33
5153 - Zanklont* MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 985/2285Mhz 1.075V * 285.62
5124 - Zeek* EVGA 560 Ti * 1000/2150Mhz 1.075V * 285.79
5116 - wanako * EVGA 560 Ti SC * 975/2150Mhz ?V * 285.62
5091 - AMD_Freak * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 950/2150Mhz 1.025V * 285.79
5035 - 0mar32 * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 980/2200Mhz 1.07V * 285.38
4985 - spice003 * ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II * 970/2004Mhz 1.025V * 285.79
4973 - GeforceGTS * ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II TOP * 930/2100Mhz 1.05V * 285.79
4961 - X-Country Dude96 * EVGA 560 Ti * 950/2400Mhz 1.05V * 285.38
4942 - poyyiee * WinFast 560 Ti OC * 950/2200Mhz 1.05V * 285.62
4825 - Sharky[SVN] * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC * 950/2100Mhz 1.062V * 285.62
4609 - skyline_king88 * ZOTAC 560 * 1003/2130Mhz 1.1V * 285.62
4543 - gerickjohn * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 880/2100Mhz ?V * 285.38
4481 - WC_EEND * Gainward 560 Ti Phantom 2 * 861/2004Mhz 1.0V * 285.62
xxxx - golfergolfer * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1000/2200Mhz 1.075V * 285.38
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Hello tjbridge,

can I change my oc details? below is my latest benchmark result. redface.gif

thanks,

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post #206 of 810
So whats best to OC core clock > memory clock right?
So far got a stable 960/2100/1.100v out of 2 x ASUS GTX 560 Ti DCII TOP but working on getting better results.
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post #207 of 810
core provides much more substantial results from overclocking than memory does. overclocking memory will provide an increase in performance tho. it is just overshadowed in importance by core clock.
just like how cpu frequency is much more important to performance than memory frequency (at least on our x58 platforms).
post #208 of 810
Aren't you gonna add the GTX 560Ti Classified as a club too? Mines coming tomorrow!thumb.gif
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I wasn't going to seriously enter into this but since you pm'd me..
Afterburner doesn't have voltage adjustment for my card, I have to use eVGA's EVTune, and like I said in an earlier post, 3DMark doesn't know what the heck my card is, so it labels it "generic VGA"
3DMark11 graphics score :5770
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2305198
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Holy crap that's a nice clock. You're not gaming on these clocks are you?!
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Holy crap that's a nice clock. You're not gaming on these clocks are you?!
Yep smile.gif
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