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What are the safe temp limits on the 560ti?
I'm trying to see what temps people are getting in their afterburner pics, but they are too small (even when expanded) too see the temps.

Safe, as in what nvidia considers safe? I believe below 95c. However most people get concerned when temps pass 80c.
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post #302 of 810
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What are the safe temp limits on the 560ti?

I'm trying to see what temps people are getting in their afterburner pics, but they are too small (even when expanded) too see the temps.
max is 100c as stated by nvidia. would not go above 90c AT ALL using an intense stress like furmark (not heaven or 3dmark11).
post #303 of 810
Hey guys, i want to join biggrin.gif

My rig is barely a month old, and yesterday i OCed my card from 900Mhz which comes stock on the Gigabyte OC Version to 950Mhz just yesterday and its been rock solid at everything i throw it, i might try to get to 980-1000 later wink.gif

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Oh yeah, about time i registered, i have been watching around these forums alot.
post #304 of 810
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What are the safe temp limits on the 560ti?
I'm trying to see what temps people are getting in their afterburner pics, but they are too small (even when expanded) too see the temps.
max is 100c as stated by nvidia. would not go above 90c AT ALL using an intense stress like furmark (not heaven or 3dmark11).

thanks for both replies.

do you trust the temp reading in afterburner to be accurate?
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thanks for both replies.
do you trust the temp reading in afterburner to be accurate?

I would.. Why, what kind of load temps are you getting?
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thanks for both replies.

do you trust the temp reading in afterburner to be accurate?
yes, and for the record, (not that i condone this at all) when i changed the stock TIM on my 560ti's i forgot to plug in the fan for one of them onto the cards header. as a result, one of my cards went to ~110c while playing battlefield 3. I started noticing some stuttering so i backed out and wha-smiley.png 110c on afterburner.
of course i cold shut down my pc that very second.
point is, the 560ti can take a beating. so if your afterburner stays under 80c while playing any game you are good. 90c if using furmark.
post #307 of 810
Do you guys have a suggestion for a 560 or 560 Ti between $200 - $250? Looking to spend closer to $200 and it's going into a mATX case so the more quiet and cool the card is, the better. Currently leaning towards the MSI N560GTX-TI Twin Frozr II/OC GeForce GTX 560 Ti (Fermi) 1GB 256-bit
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The TFII card is a very solid performer. I have one and have found it to be very quiet and cool.
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I went with a 560 in my mATX case, because there wasn't really a Ti model I wanted, that was worth the $50 difference between non-Ti and Ti. And from the review's I've seen, the Ti is marginally better (a few FPS here and there) and I couldn't justify the $50. If it were MY money, I'd be looking at a 560, or the 560 Ti 448c, because the 448c Ti is a hell of a card, and if you keep a watchful eye, they drop around $260 to $270.


560's:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127592

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121446

(^ one I went with, was $10 cheaper a few days ago)


Ti's:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127616

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127565

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121424


Now, both the Ti's are priced well this week, in comparison to a 560. They weren't last week.


If you can swing it, the 448c IMO, offers slightly more value for your dollar (if you can get them at said prices above), compared to the Ti. Not only is it more powerful, it is quite a bit cooler under loads, and consumes just a few more watts over a Ti.
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post #310 of 810
Thanks, jdmfish, now you're making me reconsider everythingtongue.gif

Looks like newegg has all the 448c cards around $300 but a couple include BF3, something I plan on buying anyway, so I'm actually not spending too much more than I would on a Ti... decisions, decisions...
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