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Im pretty sure it's a ti, the box said ti......and GPU-Z shows Geoforce 560 ti. unless both are lying.
I mean GPU-Z is showing 384 shaders and the other stuff seems correct. Dammit.....now you have me worried. I mean the website and box shows 560 ti, and the shaders/mhz etc seem correct and GPU-Z and MSI afterburner say 560 ti?
If GPU-Z and MSI Afterburner is showing the correct info for the 560ti you got nothing to worry about
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Originally Posted by Mercfh View Post
Im pretty sure it's a ti, the box said ti......and GPU-Z shows Geoforce 560 ti. unless both are lying.
I mean GPU-Z is showing 384 shaders and the other stuff seems correct. Dammit.....now you have me worried. I mean the website and box shows 560 ti, and the shaders/mhz etc seem correct and GPU-Z and MSI afterburner say 560 ti?
Don't worry its a ti. I think that is the only one best buy is selling?

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If GPU-Z and MSI Afterburner is showing the correct info for the 560ti you got nothing to worry about
As far temps go no worries until you start seeing 88c 89c. Thats why i use AB to adjust the auto fan profile.
My 480=2 never go above 82c. And as far as changing tim. You don't have to, not unless you start seeing temp problems 100c.+ They re-start bsod @110c to prevent heat related damage.
I have a 480 w serial number 00069. 69th made I have never had to re do the tim.
#1 i'm lazy yet I keep them clean.
#2 The threads have locking compound on them and the screw heads strip real easy.
Edited by DrFPS - 10/22/11 at 4:55pm
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