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Hello guys i was wondering i have a gtx 580 none (sc) and i have overclocked it myself to 800/2000/2004 on stock voltage 1.038. i was just wondering if this is making a decent performance boost or not coming from a 772 mhz clock and also i am using a corsair tx 650w psu. would there be any head room for upping the voltage? thx guys!
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Hello guys i was wondering i have a gtx 580 none (sc) and i have overclocked it myself to 800/2000/2004 on stock voltage 1.038. i was just wondering if this is making a decent performance boost or not coming from a 772 mhz clock and also i am using a corsair tx 650w psu. would there be any head room for upping the voltage? thx guys!
Nice, VID, mine is 1.088 I was able to OC it to 875mhz on the core without upping the voltage, but mine was pretty high to begin with. You should be able to up the voltage a bit with your PSU.
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Nice, VID, mine is 1.088 I was able to OC it to 875mhz on the core without upping the voltage, but mine was pretty high to begin with. You should be able to up the voltage a bit with your PSU.
Cool! i am using msi afterburner is there another program out there that would work well for what i am trying to get accomplished?
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910/1875/2350 on 1.075/1.088 here. Nice OC!

Can push to 950/1925/2450 around 1.110.

Card maxes out at 1.150 though

Edit - Keep using Afterburner, its by far the easiest and best GPU OC tool around imo.

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You would gain some frames rates going to 800 core.You should also have some headroom upping the gpu voltage to get atleast upto 850 core.Also your 650w PSU should have no problems running an overclocked 580gtx.Just keep an eye out on your gpu temps
Keep them under 80 degrees preferably 70 degrees.And remember to increase the fan speed aswell
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You would gain some frames rates going to 800 core.You should also have some headroom upping the gpu voltage to get atleast upto 850 core.Also your 650w PSU should have no problems running an overclocked 580gtx.Just keep an eye out on your gpu temps
Keep them under 80 degrees preferably 70 degrees.And remember to increase the fan speed aswell
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Thats what i wanted to hear awesome!!! im going to start messing with it right now!
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Thats what i wanted to hear awesome!!! im going to start messing with it right now!
Cool man, yeah, most people usually use AB to adjust clocks/voltages. I usually use heaven, 3dmark11, OCCT, and namely a couple DX11 heavy games to test for stability.
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Hello guys i was wondering i have a gtx 580 none (sc) and i have overclocked it myself to 800/2000/2004 on stock voltage 1.038. i was just wondering if this is making a decent performance boost or not coming from a 772 mhz clock and also i am using a corsair tx 650w psu. would there be any head room for upping the voltage? thx guys!
I run my game BF3 multiplayer in 1920x1200 Ultra settings. For that I to keep it above 60FPS I need to go GPU@1.000 and GPUMEM@2.400. Unless you got SLI or CX, you need to OC or reduce details.
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A boost of 28MHz from 772 to 800 is not going to produce anything noticeable w/the naked eye, and would give only a very small increase in benchmarks. That is only (800-772)/772 = 3.6% OC, and OC scaling is usually around 75%, so you should expect a framerate increase of 3.6% x .75 = 2.7%. So, you'd go from like 50fps to 51.3fps from that OC, just to give an example.

However, yes, you can bump the voltage up much higher than that, and most 580's can do around 900MHz on air cooling w/o much difficulty if you add some more voltage. That's enough of an OC that you *might* be able to notice it on certain games, depending on what FPS you're starting at.
    
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hardest stress on my card I could produce was playing crysis 2 multiplayer in dx11.

Everything was stable, unigine, vantage, 3dmark 11, you name it, just not crysis 2.
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