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Just spent the night testing
How does this look? http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3002249
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Just spent the night testing
How does this look? http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3002249

Damn, this the ultra or the classy?
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Damn, this the ultra or the classy?

They are the same thing execpt diffference coolers...
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kk what volts and core etc. Here is a HUGE NOOB gunner.gif Need Help thumb.gif

Raise your core5 or 10 points at a time and then run a stress program. MSI Kombustor, EVGA OC scanner, Furmark, etc. If it fails then raise the voltage another step. Repeat until you run out of voltage, temps are too high, or no matter how much voltage you give it it is not stable.

Don't mess with the memory at first. Leave it at stock until you find yout highest stable core. Then, try the memory until the test fails.

Good luck. thumb.gif
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Raise your core5 or 10 points at a time and then run a stress program. MSI Kombustor, EVGA OC scanner, Furmark, etc. If it fails then raise the voltage another step. Repeat until you run out of voltage, temps are too high, or no matter how much voltage you give it it is not stable.
Don't mess with the memory at first. Leave it at stock until you find yout highest stable core. Then, try the memory until the test fails.
Good luck. thumb.gif

Did you unlock/highten your voltage roof yet?
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They are the same thing execpt diffference coolers...

Ultras are on the 580 PCB.
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Did you unlock/highten your voltage roof yet?

I have not yet. I messed with it at one point, but could not figure it out. I will fiddle with it again. If I could get these things to 1.12 volts I know I could run them at 950 for both cards. That would be awesome.
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I have not yet. I messed with it at one point, but could not figure it out. I will fiddle with it again. If I could get these things to 1.12 volts I know I could run them at 950 for both cards. That would be awesome.

you want a video?
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Damn, this the ultra or the classy?
it is the FTW edition. Is it a good score?
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Remember to hit rescan twice and chose the second gtx 570 =)
1. Save your gpu bios as a ROM.
2. Open the latest version of NiBiTor(6.04)
3. Open the rom file, when it gives you the error, click abort.
4. Go to advance info tab
5. Go the device dropdown, select the SECOND, I REPEAT, SECOND gtx 570.
5. Hit rescan EXACTLY 2 times.
6. Go to tool> fermi voltage > set limit to 1.213
7. Hit apply
8. Go to device dropdown and select device id 1087
9. Save the bios and flash it with NVflash. Ill link it as an attachment. Just drag the new bios onto the exe.
10. Reboot
Edited by wardoc22 - 3/20/12 at 8:49pm
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