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GTX 560 Ti 448 core OC Club

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This forum couldn't go on without another club for people to join. If you have a 448 core version of the 560Ti, why don't you go ahead and talk about your card and post benchmark scores here. The guys in the regular 560Ti OC Club have worked really hard, and are possibly killing their video cards, to get their scores. It's not really fair to go in there with a 448 core card and easily snatch the top spots away from them in their competition.

This thread will probably drop down to the bottom of the forums and disapear because of the lack of 448 core owners that post here, but we'll see. I have the eVGA Classified model, it came with a default voltage of 1.025v, and clocked at 797mhz core, 1950mhz memory. I'm currently running my card at 950/2200 @ 1.038v

Here is a link to my 3DMark11 Score: 6105 http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2305198

I would be extremely interested in hearing about your card, how it's performing for you, why you bought it, pictures you have, etc.



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Edited by Visa Declined - 12/6/11 at 5:46pm
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That is insanely good voltage for that core clock , can you tell me how you tested your stability ? I am using various tools now and I am getting confused... oc scanner , occt etc.
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I hang out on the eVGA forums as well, and a lot of us ordered the Classified cards around the same time. As the cards started coming in, it was apparent that the default voltages were all different, some were as low as 1.013v and as high as 1.050v. I found that a little odd because the reviews I read on the card reported the voltage as being 1.025v default.

I was happy when my card arrived and it's vtt was 1.025v Within the hour I pushed the core slider in Precision to 900mhz without touching the voltage, and played BF3 for the rest of the night. After I saw the "560Ti OC" thread on these forums the next day, I wanted to get a 3dmark11 score to compare to theirs, so I ran the benchmark at 950mhz core, 1.025v.... and it hard locked. After rebooting, I checked my 950Mhz overclock in OC Scanner and it quickly started picking up artifacts. I used EVTuner to to bump the voltage up one notch, which was 1.038v, and then scanned for artifacts again(there were none).

Feeling confident, I went ahead and ran 3dmark 11 again without a hitch, and I've been playing BF3 and Crysis 2 on this overclock setting, I think the 448 core cards are great.
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I am currently on MSI N560GTX-448 Power Edition / OC which comes as 750 core , 1500 shader and 1950 factory clocked 560.

With the default values it runs at 1.024v , anyway the highest overclock I can achieve without bumping the voltage is 820 core - after that it rains artifacts all over in OC Scanner / OCCT.

The highest I can get with voltage bumping in a "hot area" is 900 core but with around 1.1v ... which is pretty sick eventho its the power edition by msi - makes me feel icky.

Your card really seems to be a golden one... or I am missing something as I am very new to gpu clocking.
Edited by kintarooe - 12/6/11 at 4:19pm
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That card you have is awesome and has adjustable GPU, memory, and PLL voltages. God I wish that every card had adjustability like that. Is your card locked at 1.100v max core like the eVGA cards are?.... when you run at 1.100v what are your temps?
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I have two 560Ti Classy's currently running at 880/2100 @ 1.050. I've played BF3, Metro 2033, Crysis, Mafia 2...all with no problems. I was running it at 1.038 and it go through OC Scanner 20 minute stress test and two hour BF3 session with no problems, but froze during a 3DMark11 run so I bumped them to 1.050.

My 3DMark11 Score was: 11305

Overall I absolutely love these cards. They look great and perform even better. I plan to keep bumping them up to see as far as they can go but I need to replace my UPS. It's starting to reach it limits and when I run the cards hard it sometimes causes the warning alarm to sound and shut down my rig mad.gif

Nothing a quick trip to Microcenter won't fix. smile.gif
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Because of the budget I'm on, I have absolutely forbade myself of buying another card for SLI, but seeing the performance numbers and sheer awesomeness of computers like Kody7839's, I am having a hard time living by my own rules. The fact that these cards are about to disappear off the shelves is causing me distress as well.

Here are kody7839's awesome classifieds with their backplates

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Oh yeah...I forgot to add that I also added some 480 backplates. Here is my thread over at EVGA, and here some pics:

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As for the backplates, nothing a little fingernail polish and toilet paper couldn't handle...
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Had to get some hardware from ACE to attach them, but I don't think they turned out too bad...
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In their new home...
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Originally Posted by Visa Declined View Post

That card you have is awesome and has adjustable GPU, memory, and PLL voltages. God I wish that every card had adjustability like that. Is your card locked at 1.100v max core like the eVGA cards are?.... when you run at 1.100v what are your temps?

nah it can go up to 1.174 with normal overclocking - (I guess if you unlock afterburner you can go even higher?)

At 900 core mhz , 1.112v and default fan profile the card gets up to 67°C when running OC Scanner for 5 min (23°C room temp) and the best thing is you barely hear it.

I swapped to 560-448 from a 6950 unlocked shaders and it was getting around 95°C and was loud as hell.. so I am pretty happy with twin frozr so far.

But really would love low vcore like you guys have, thats bothering me.
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Oh yeah...I forgot to add that I also added some 480 backplates. Here is my thread over at EVGA, and here some pics:

Looking nice man redface.gifthumb.gif

I might swap my card for an evga classified so far I am pretty impressed by the clocks you two achieved.
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