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I wouldn't go over 1.15v. I would say any voltage that keeps you under 80 at max load. They say these cards are safe up to 99...

Thanks alot for the reply, just to be clear 1.15v is 1150mV in AB right?

im doing 902 core @ 1138mV and max temp in battlefield is 69c. Don't know temp on VRM's though since you can't check it with software. Any other opinions?
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Thanks alot for the reply, just to be clear 1.15v is 1150mV in AB right?
im doing 902 core @ 1138mV and max temp in battlefield is 69c. Don't know temp on VRM's though since you can't check it with software. Any other opinions?

Right. Remember, stock clock is 727. Anything over 800 is good. Every card OC's differently.
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I got my Swiftech MCW80 and GTX480 heatsink installed today. Running the GPU on a separate loop with a 240 radiator with 2 fans in pull configuration. My idle temps are at 28°C and so far at full load the highest I have seen it is 48°C with a 915/1830/2000 overclock.

I can't wait for my second card to come in this week for some SLI action. Currently my 3dmark11 score is about P6400, hopefully it will hit the 10k mark with SLI.
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I got my Swiftech MCW80 and GTX480 heatsink installed today. Running the GPU on a separate loop with a 240 radiator with 2 fans in pull configuration. My idle temps are at 28°C and so far at full load the highest I have seen it is 48°C with a 915/1830/2000 overclock.
I can't wait for my second card to come in this week for some SLI action. Currently my 3dmark11 score is about P6400, hopefully it will hit the 10k mark with SLI.

Can you post up your complete scores? Mainly this part?
3DMark Score P6930
Graphics Score 6441
Physics Score 11288
Combined Score 6867
GraphicsTest1 27.91 FPS
GraphicsTest2 29.37 FPS
GraphicsTest3 41.38 FPS
GraphicsTest4 20.5 FPS
PhysicsTest 35.84 FPS
CombinedTest 31.94 FPS
post #1635 of 2759
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Hey everyone this is my first post here and i'd like to ask your opinion about this card that I recently got.
I got a Asus DCII 560 ti 448 cores and I from what I read the clock performance on this card was abit hit and miss some clocked high upwards 1ghz and some didn't even clock above 830mhz on max volt.
Im happy with the ridicoulus cooling performance and the sound levels are great if you keep the fans between 10-30% which is more then enough to keep the temps down. Unfortunately I didn't get the best overclocker i can reach 872mhz core on 1100mV (max in ab before flash) which is not too great seeing as some people manage to get that on stock volt. Anyway I saved my original bios and made a copy where I changed the max allowed voltage and flashed my card with the modified bios. I managed to get 902 on the core @ 1138 mV and the temps are still below 70c even with the fans spinning at 25%.
I really want to get more out of the card but I don't know how much more I can push it, what would you guys say is the max voltage I can run with? this is for gaming not for benchmarking so im searching for a "safe" voltage. If I read it right the Msi card allows up to 1150mV, can I run the same on my card as long as the temps are in check? The cooling of the core is no problem but im not sure how the VRM's will handle it. The Asus card has a 6+2 VRM phase design if that matters.
Thank you for any help.

Can you tell me how did you flash and modifyed the bios?
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Freaking awesome man. This is definatly something cool to get hooked on. Expensive. Better than wasting money at bars and things like that. At least that is what I tell the wife. thumb.gif


He did great.


My wife isn't very supportive about my computer over clocking habits. She is more impressed with me mowing the lawn than me getting the highest single GTX560ti448 3dMark11 score in the world. biggrin.gif
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Thanks alot for the reply, just to be clear 1.15v is 1150mV in AB right?
im doing 902 core @ 1138mV and max temp in battlefield is 69c. Don't know temp on VRM's though since you can't check it with software. Any other opinions?



It's like hitting the lottery when it comes to getting a golden GPU. Your card clocks decently but it doesn't look golden. Pumping it with voltage may not do much for speeds. I'd look into water cooling though. Water cooling goes a long ways for making the most of the clocks you are able to achieve and for keeping the gpu much cooler under load.
Edited by SonDa5 - 3/18/12 at 9:12pm
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He did great.
My wife isn't very supportive about my computer over clocking habits. She is more impressed with me mowing the lawn than me getting the highest single GTX560ti448 3dMark11 score in the world. biggrin.gif

We are impressed. That is why you are here....
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Can you tell me how did you flash and modifyed the bios?

Naturally.

I followed the steps on this page:

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278458-***-GTX560-Ti-448-core-Waterblocks-amp-Overclocks-Thread-***/page2

Namely post #27 and #29.

WARNING: IF YOU TRY DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK, IN THE CASE OF A POWER OUTAGE AND FLASH FAIL YOUR CARD WON'T WORK. So please be careful.


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Originally Posted by SonDa5 View Post

It's like hitting the lottery when it comes to getting a golden GPU. You card clocks decently but it doesn't look golden. Pumping it with voltage may not do much for speeds. I'd look into water cooling though. Water cooling goes a long ways for making the most of the clocks you are able to achieve and for keeping the gpu much cooler under load.

Yeah I know it's different between each card but after reading this thread I felt like it wouldn't at all be a problem to get atleast 900 core on 1.1v and mine is unstable at everything above 870 core without unlocking further voltage options. Right now im at 912 core @ 1150mV which is as far as ill go, temps on core are great.

Yeah I know watercooling is really nice but it's also too expensive for me right now and it's probably going to be 2-3 times as expensive as the card which kinda defeats the purpose of "cheap performance" for me. But it's definitely something that I got on my mind if I get a flagship card and want to squeeze the most out of it.

Again thanks alot for all the replies.
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Well here is my 3d mark.

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2990045;jsessionid=uckhipta08yn1q5pvt1tbksro

I know I could get higher if I could figure out why I cannot OC the CPU over 4.4ghz with this asrock board.

Cards are running 925/1850/2100 with 1.1 voltage.
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