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Was able to beat my previous score with a 12,060 mark cards ran cool. It seems like the longer I have had them. The cooler they are running... Score settings http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3070951

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Hello all, new here so please excuse any ignorance. Received my evga 448 classified yesterday. I' m happy that I have it and have been waiting to justify moving over to green team for a while. I Had my trusty ati 5870 since launch, which overclocked like a beast, but my 448 doesn't overclock at all! I can't squeeze anything out of it. Stock volts is 1.025 but even maxing the voltage in precision tool wont even allow me to get gpu core to 850mhz. :-( artifacts in seconds.
I must have the only 448 classified that evga dragged from the bin! I was so looking forward to overclocking this. Am I missing something....?

raise the voltage much? I got mine, the same one as yours, to 970mhz core, no memory overclock, i dont see the point of it, at 1.14(something) volts
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wierd.. my hx850 has handled 2 570 classified before... LOL Well I ordered a GTX 580 3gb

I think the PSU I have is too cheap. The one I ordered should be plenty.
Edited by selluminis - 3/30/12 at 12:33am
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Just want to make sure I can SLI a 012-P3-2066-KR and 012-P3-2078-KR. Would the classified ultra make any difference? Should I just get another FTW? Will the different card lengths cause any issue with the sli bridge? ftw is 9" and classy 10.5"
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Just want to make sure I can SLI a 012-P3-2066-KR and 012-P3-2078-KR. Would the classified ultra make any difference? Should I just get another FTW? Will the different card lengths cause any issue with the sli bridge? ftw is 9" and classy 10.5"

No, they should work. As long as they both have the same amount of physical memory and are the same GPU it should not matter. I.E. you should be able to SLI the MSI model with the EVGA model. You def need a beefy PSU if you plan to OC them very high.....
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Corsair 850ax should be enough right? 12v @ 70amps
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so 2 gtx 560's will do better?

I would get the 680 if I was You, I would wait though until the EVGA 680 Classified comes out in the next few weeks... It's Factory OC & has 4GB of RAM, It will be well worth it. That's the card I am waiting to see/get...

http://www.fudzilla.com/home/item/26479-evga-announces-five-different-gtx-680-cards

http://www.evga.com/articles/00669/#GTX680Classified
 
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Corsair 850ax should be enough right? 12v @ 70amps

I have the AX850 & it runs two of these with no problem. Have had them up to 1.1 volts 905/1810/2160. It's a great PSU, never gets hot & I never hear it. Well worth the price...
 
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I think the PSU I have is too cheap. The one I ordered should be plenty.

I learned that the hard way before. A PSU is something I will never skim on again.
Edited by PatrickCrowely - 3/30/12 at 3:16am
 
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Just want to make sure I can SLI a 012-P3-2066-KR and 012-P3-2078-KR. Would the classified ultra make any difference? Should I just get another FTW? Will the different card lengths cause any issue with the sli bridge? ftw is 9" and classy 10.5"

You should be able too, but did You look around for another FTW?
Edited by PatrickCrowely - 3/30/12 at 3:17am
 
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