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the evga forum guys said its their servers getting hammered. Someone set up a mirror that is quick
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GO HERE, DOWNLOAD IN SECONDS...
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+ rep. Thanks. Allows me to add a little extra voltage. I was able to set the cards to 950 at 1.121 volts and run oc scanner x on extreme burn test. However, after 5 minutes, my whole system shut down. guess I will have to flash the bios and add a little extra juice. now, to update my build log.
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I had some video driver crashes with precision X and the 301.10 driver (with the modded inf file for non 680 cards) so I rolled back to the 290.53's and afterburner. I did like that I could set voltage to 1.112 instead of 1.100 with AB. I was able to get a slightly higher oc, to 996MHz vs 990 previous best. I tried 1001 and it crashed on the last physics test. 3dm11 said it failed to detect a keyboard rolleyes.gif Anyway, i'll try again pX later when more people have used it.

btw, 996mhz/2250mem got me a P7306. not too bad considering I guess. http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3017434
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I had some video driver crashes with precision X and the 301.10 driver (with the modded inf file for non 680 cards) so I rolled back to the 290.53's and afterburner. I did like that I could set voltage to 1.112 instead of 1.100 with AB. I was able to get a slightly higher oc, to 996MHz vs 990 previous best. I tried 1001 and it crashed on the last physics test. 3dm11 said it failed to detect a keyboard rolleyes.gif Anyway, i'll try again pX later when more people have used it.
btw, 996mhz/2250mem got me a P7306. not too bad considering I guess. http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3017434

Jesus, that is awesome! thought my cards were good.
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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

Dude, you are the man. I don't think I would have ever figured that out with out this video tut. again thanks. Can't wait to play. For now, it is bed time.

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That is awesome how it automatically flashed it to both cards.
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Did I miss something? Those clocks?!
Also during the benchmark, my card keeps jumping down to half clock on the first one and full clock on the 2nd. Can someone explain?
NVM, I see that the new version does it in a small window. Score much higher.
EDIT: This is stock speeds, furry test @ 1920 x 1080p
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Anyone want to give me some idea where I should start with the clocks?

LOL you voltage for that 810 is to much. I'm stable at 1.000v at 850/2200
post #1727 of 2759
I'm highly considering this MSI Twinfrzr for $230.

Is there a spreadsheet or do I have to wade through these pages to be considered worthy of knowing standard overclocks on 448's? biggrin.gif
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Is there a need to overclock the memory on these cards?
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post #1729 of 2759
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Is there a need to overclock the memory on these cards?

I noticed about 4 or 5 fps gain. I would say there is.
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I'm highly considering this MSI Twinfrzr for $230.
Is there a spreadsheet or do I have to wade through these pages to be considered worthy of knowing standard overclocks on 448's? biggrin.gif

No spread sheet. raise core about 5 or 10 points to start. . Keep doing that until it fails. Then, add a voltage point. Repeat until either temps are too high, cannot add more voltage, or you reach your goal.

Oh and your should get that card.
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