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post #1961 of 2759
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1.000

I mean your OC setting for the card.

Mine are at 950/1900/2100 @ 1.15 volts.

Stock is 797/1594/1950 @ 1.013volts
post #1962 of 2759
Quick question.

I have 2 of the classys. One of them has a stock voltage of 1.013 and the other is 1.068.

Running in SLI, which should be the primary card? I am thinking, that since the one card takes more voltage 1.068 at stock I should have that as the primary when OC.

My thoughts are that what ever it takes to get this stable will surely work for the card that is only at 1.013 stock. Right now the card that is at 1.013 is the primary card. I wonder if that is messing with my overclockability??????thinking.gif

It almost sounds like common sense, but it just occurred to me. I am slow....
post #1963 of 2759
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Originally Posted by selluminis View Post

Quick question.
I have 2 of the classys. One of them has a stock voltage of 1.013 and the other is 1.068.
Running in SLI, which should be the primary card? I am thinking, that since the one card takes more voltage 1.068 at stock I should have that as the primary when OC.
My thoughts are that what ever it takes to get this stable will surely work for the card that is only at 1.013 stock. Right now the card that is at 1.013 is the primary card. I wonder if that is messing with my overclockability??????thinking.gif
It almost sounds like common sense, but it just occurred to me. I am slow....

I've always used the card with the lowest voltage for my main card.

Reason being is SLI cards have less strain on them. So I then bring my main card up to the voltage of the other, and then find my max stable OC. Remember, in SLI your max oc will almost always go down significantly.

I'm about to do some single GPU testing per someone's request here earlier so expect some GHZ+ results from me soon. Just gotta do some chores and such before I get started.
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oh ya guys, if you have a MSI 560 ti 448 what is your stock voltage? I'm pretty sure mine is pretty dang low. 750mhz at 0.987v
 
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post #1965 of 2759
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oh ya guys, if you have a MSI 560 ti 448 what is your stock voltage? I'm pretty sure mine is pretty dang low. 750mhz at 0.987v

Every card has different stock voltage. Yours is decent.
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Hi guys, I've been looking for some information, and have been having no such luck, so I made an account to quickly ask;

I have an MSI 448, overclocked to 950/2100 on stock voltages, and I am planning to purchase a 2560x1440 monitor. I only intend to play Diablo 3 at this resolution. Will the card be able to handle it at 2560x1440, at ultra settings, with a full game (4 players)?

Other PC parts are; I5 2500K (At stock 3.3GHz, due to motherboard at the moment), 8GB 1333 Corsair Vengeance SO-DIMM, 256 M4 Crucial SSD.

Thanks for any help guys smile.gif.
post #1967 of 2759
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Just bench marking. smile.gif
Also after further tweaking I have been able to stabilize the core speed at higher speeds while reducing overall voltage.
Just figured out some stable voltage settings for 1.1GHZ stable runs on 3dMark11. GPU core at 1.175v.
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3147634;jsessionid=1acbo5y13i9y22wq68kuglsf

Immense score. Congratulations. I've enjoyed following your progress, keep up the good work!!

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oh ya guys, if you have a MSI 560 ti 448 what is your stock voltage? I'm pretty sure mine is pretty dang low. 750mhz at 0.987v

Mine is 750 @ 0.975v (MSI)

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Hi guys, I've been looking for some information, and have been having no such luck, so I made an account to quickly ask;
I have an MSI 448, overclocked to 950/2100 on stock voltages, and I am planning to purchase a 2560x1440 monitor. I only intend to play Diablo 3 at this resolution. Will the card be able to handle it at 2560x1440, at ultra settings, with a full game (4 players)?
Other PC parts are; I5 2500K (At stock 3.3GHz, due to motherboard at the moment), 8GB 1333 Corsair Vengeance SO-DIMM, 256 M4 Crucial SSD.
Thanks for any help guys smile.gif.

You reached 950 core on Stock voltage.. What is your stock voltage?
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Originally Posted by Qqcola View Post

Hi guys, I've been looking for some information, and have been having no such luck, so I made an account to quickly ask;
I have an MSI 448, overclocked to 950/2100 on stock voltages, and I am planning to purchase a 2560x1440 monitor. I only intend to play Diablo 3 at this resolution. Will the card be able to handle it at 2560x1440, at ultra settings, with a full game (4 players)?
Other PC parts are; I5 2500K (At stock 3.3GHz, due to motherboard at the moment), 8GB 1333 Corsair Vengeance SO-DIMM, 256 M4 Crucial SSD.
Thanks for any help guys smile.gif.

I would imagine it should not be a problem. Diablo 3 graphics did not seem that impressive when I was checking it out on the website.

I too am curious what your stock voltage is. If you are at stock with a 950 oc then you potentially see well over the 1ghz range.
post #1969 of 2759
Any UK buyers after a 560TI 448 or another for SLI ebuyer has a Palit 560TI 448 for £184

http://www.ebuyer.com/320365-palit-gtx-560-ti-448-core-1280mb-gddr5-dual-dvi-hdmi-displayport-ne5x564010da-1101f
post #1970 of 2759
Hi guys, to be dead set honest. I'm not 100% sure. I never changed anything since I bought it. Due to living circumstances at the moment, I built a M-ITX, and run it on a Asus P8H67-I Deluxe B3, hence why I can't overclock my CPU. This is inside a Silverstone SG05BB-450 case. I actually never changed the voltage because the case only has a 450W PSU, and I wasn't sure how that may affect it. I'll double check when I get home my stock voltage, but I've only changed the values in Afterburner. It is perfectly fine at 950/2100. I remember I moved it to 1K, and it started to crash, so I went down to 950, and it was perfectly fine.

I am just hoping I can max out D3 in 2560x1440, ultra settings, with a full game of 4 players. If my card can do this at 60FPS, I'll be happy smile.gif. If not... the urge to buy a EVGA GTX 680 is going to be like crack cocaine!
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