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Originally Posted by selluminis View Post

LOL, these cards are awesome, but I don't know if 2 of them will be able to handle such high res. I just can't stop at one either though... biggrin.gif

My quest now is to achieve 200+fps in every or most game at highest settings.
post #1902 of 2759
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Originally Posted by Selquist979 View Post

First, why tell me I have a bad chip? I mean why make me feel ****ty? anyways. I lowered the v and bumped it up to 875 at 1.063v and ran kombuster for 10 mins. will continue to run it and then the other battery of tests. It could have been old settings within msi afterburner from the old card(they were saved) if it is stable at 1.063 at 875 then im okay with that for now. not sure why it would have bumped it to 1.088 in the first place.

Not litterly bad but just a lower asic quality.
For your information; I don't really care. Just pointing it out.

For regular gaming, I play at 732mhz
post #1903 of 2759
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Originally Posted by Selquist979 View Post

First, why tell me I have a bad chip? I mean why make me feel ****ty? anyways. I lowered the v and bumped it up to 875 at 1.063v and ran kombuster for 10 mins. will continue to run it and then the other battery of tests. It could have been old settings within msi afterburner from the old card(they were saved) if it is stable at 1.063 at 875 then im okay with that for now. not sure why it would have bumped it to 1.088 in the first place.

That is not a bad chip. The stock core on the classys is 797. The ultra already come OC to 810, so 870, or what ever you got, is fairly decent. Every card will have different results for OC. Anything above the 797 stock is better. Hell, most of the other cards have stock of like 737 or somthing.

I am running at 950/1900/2100 at 1.15v in SLI.
post #1904 of 2759
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Originally Posted by zoson View Post

Can anyone tell me why this result doesn't show up in the search on 560ti 448's?
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3127752
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GPU's won't do better than 980 reliably in triple sli with 1.213v... frown.gif

Are you running 1.213 24/7? I want to, but not sure if the VRM can handle it.
post #1905 of 2759
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Originally Posted by selluminis View Post

Are you running 1.213 24/7? I want to, but not sure if the VRM can handle it.

I personally don't think it would be a very wise choice. 1.213 is pretty high up there..
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Figured I'd post pics of the 560 Ti 448 beast.
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I'm cooling an i7 990x @ 4.66ghz 1.4375v, full motherboard, and three gpus with only two gtx 120mm's and one gts 120mm!!! They do have Gentle Typhoon AP-15's in push/pull on all though. wink.gif I did that P16478 run with the fans on high and cpu at 6c/6t 5ghz with 1.575v core! :O

What size fitting extenders did you use for that setup?
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I personally don't think it would be a very wise choice. 1.213 is pretty high up there..

Yeah, but my VRM are being cooled with the full cover water block.
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EVGA 560 ti FTW edition is $190AR on amazon right now:
http://slickdeals.net/f/4185780-EVGA-GeForce-GTX-560-Ti-448-Cores-FTW-190AR?p=49094606#post49094606

I'm getting this baby! Hopefully it'll OC BEASTLY
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EVGA 560 ti FTW edition is $190AR on amazon right now:
http://slickdeals.net/f/4185780-EVGA-GeForce-GTX-560-Ti-448-Cores-FTW-190AR?p=49094606#post49094606
I'm getting this baby! Hopefully it'll OC BEASTLY

The stock cooler gets a bit warm, but 80c isn't terrible for a GPU. It has the same clocks as the Classy, but the board is different, I have 2 of them, and could only find blocks from EK to fit them.
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The stock cooler gets a bit warm, but 80c isn't terrible for a GPU. It has the same clocks as the Classy, but the board is different, I have 2 of them, and could only find blocks from EK to fit them.



How fast are they? I like EK water blocks.
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