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can someone help to get a stable overclock in 560GTX (non Ti)

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i searched google but not afterburner setting anywhere ? can someone help me with the afterburner setting ? i got MSI N560GTX Twinfrozr II ( the non Ti version)

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8GB ddr3 ram (1333 bus speed )
thermaltake TR2 RX 450w psu
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Don't worry about others settings as every individual GPU clocks different. Just focus on raising the GPU clock 15mhz, then do a stability test. I generally use Heaven, Stone Giant, 3DMark, etc. anything that puts heavy stress on your GPU. Once you start to see instability, raise the voltage a notch, once you get to the AB limit for voltage, when you hit instability bump the clock speed down 10mhz and you should be fine there. Go about doing the same with the memory clocks after that.
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Aaah .. good golden piece of knowledge there !
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do your preliminary tests with OCCT on high with error checking enabled for like 10 mins. if you have any errors your OC is unstable and you need to raise the voltage or lower the clock...this will let you see how stable an OC is right out of the box.
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I've found that with my 560, temperatures is a huge concern for making a overclock 'stable'

I used to never be able to get anything stable in OCCT over 910MHz, now that I modded my chip and heat spreader, so that the max temp in OCCT is 64C, I can jack the MHz to 970MHz @ 1.087V with no errors on a 15minute OCCT test... Currently I'm running 1.050V @ 950MHz fully stable, max temp 62C in OCCT 20minute test (15minutes of actual testing, 5minutes of idle = 20minute test).

Honestly, run OCCT with error check, I like it because it'll tell me if I have errors. I'd say you only need to run it 20minutes total (15 of testing) to see if your clock is stable. Run heaven 2.5 benchmark too. OCCT will give you a good high number of the max temp your card will ever reach too...

Good luck.
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