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I did, took the plungs just after I posted that. Works like a charm smile.gif I can select all the way to 1.213v now. BTW, mild attempt, I did 1GHz at 1.138v with the new 301 drivers. I got a lower score (~60 points) than I did with the 290.53 beta drivers at 996mhz.

Still though, awesome tutorial!

Oh, and one other thing, I tried the latest nvflash, and it didnt want to work, the 5.01 version you showed does.
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Originally Posted by Erik in sac View Post

I did, took the plungs just after I posted that. Works like a charm smile.gif I can select all the way to 1.213v now. BTW, mild attempt, I did 1GHz at 1.138v with the new 301 drivers. I got a lower score (~60 points) than I did with the 295 beta drivers at 996mhz.
Still though, awesome tutorial!
Oh, and one other thing, I tried the latest nvflash, and it didnt want to work, the 5.01 version you showed does.

That video is awesome. I too used it to unlock the voltage. I have ran at 1.15. Too scared to go too much above that.
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So if I am right, I should only raise it 10 mhz every time, and then check what happens, and what the temps are and so on. But when do I need to turn op the voltage? And how much smile.gif?

Thanks biggrin.gif
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So if I am right, I should only raise it 10 mhz every time, and then check what happens, and what the temps are and so on. But when do I need to turn op the voltage? And how much smile.gif?

Thanks biggrin.gif

When it crashes at higher clocks you add voltage so that it can be more stable. That's the basic nature of overclocking, nothing is formulaic or arbitrary. You only increase it when its unstable. You can't keep going higher if you're at like 100C so don't keep upping the voltage if you're passing ridiculously high temperatures.
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Thank you! smile.gif

That is what I was looking for smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Erik in sac View Post

wardoc22 posted this a while back, would it be a better option? (kinda suprised he missed your post lol)
http://www.overclock.net/t/1180276/gtx-560-ti-448-core-oc-club/1650#post_16765140

This is not the same thing at all.

I modded my bios to raise the max voltage to 1.213 back in February (before wardoc22 was a member here).

OCP is over current protection, which you can hit regardless of your voltage, and will throttle your card to prevent it from overheating. The thing is... The OCP on this card is designed for the GTX480... Not the 560Ti448... So I suspect it's throttling early, thus the hard cap just below 1GHz.

Also, I posted this method with Nibitor 6.03 on XS forums back in February. Wouldn't be surprised if that's where wardoc got his info to make his video. =P
See here:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278458-***-GTX560-Ti-448-core-Waterblocks-amp-Overclocks-Thread-***&p=5055324&viewfull=1#post5055324
and here:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278458-***-GTX560-Ti-448-core-Waterblocks-amp-Overclocks-Thread-***&p=5055917&viewfull=1#post5055917

Sonda, I doubt your card uses the CHiL 8266 since you can go beyond 1GHz already, or MSI was smart about it and actually rewrote the firmware with respect to the 560ti448.
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This is not the same thing at all.
I modded my bios to raise the max voltage to 1.213 back in February (before wardoc22 was a member here).
OCP is over current protection, which you can hit regardless of your voltage, and will throttle your card to prevent it from overheating. The thing is... The OCP on this card is designed for the GTX480... Not the 560Ti448... So I suspect it's throttling early, thus the hard cap just below 1GHz.
Also, I posted this method with Nibitor 6.03 on XS forums back in February. Wouldn't be surprised if that's where wardoc got his info to make his video. =P
See here:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278458-***-GTX560-Ti-448-core-Waterblocks-amp-Overclocks-Thread-***&p=5055324&viewfull=1#post5055324
and here:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278458-***-GTX560-Ti-448-core-Waterblocks-amp-Overclocks-Thread-***&p=5055917&viewfull=1#post5055917
Sonda, I doubt your card uses the CHiL 8266 since you can go beyond 1GHz already, or MSI was smart about it and actually rewrote the firmware with respect to the 560ti448.

a stock gtx 480 runs hotter than a 560ti 448 even overclocked so gg.
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a stock gtx 480 runs hotter than a 560ti 448 even overclocked so gg.

What's your point? Heat has nothing to do with OCP, other than OCP is designed to prevent overheating.

OCP measures the CURRENT to your GPU. When it exceeds a certain value, the card downclocks regardless of the temperature.

Check your bad attitude at the door. Especially since you just proved to everyone how little you know.
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This is not the same thing at all.
I modded my bios to raise the max voltage to 1.213 back in February (before wardoc22 was a member here).
OCP is over current protection, which you can hit regardless of your voltage, and will throttle your card to prevent it from overheating. The thing is... The OCP on this card is designed for the GTX480... Not the 560Ti448... So I suspect it's throttling early, thus the hard cap just below 1GHz.
Also, I posted this method with Nibitor 6.03 on XS forums back in February. Wouldn't be surprised if that's where wardoc got his info to make his video. =P
See here:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278458-***-GTX560-Ti-448-core-Waterblocks-amp-Overclocks-Thread-***&p=5055324&viewfull=1#post5055324
and here:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278458-***-GTX560-Ti-448-core-Waterblocks-amp-Overclocks-Thread-***&p=5055917&viewfull=1#post5055917
Sonda, I doubt your card uses the CHiL 8266 since you can go beyond 1GHz already, or MSI was smart about it and actually rewrote the firmware with respect to the 560ti448.

gotcha. didn't realize the C meant current. I thought it was for clock speed. anyway, my card throttles past 1ghz. at 1ghz it fine, 1.005ghz and it goes from 40fps in the first test of 3dmark11 to 13fps. that's gotta be what is happening. however, because my card is still under warranty, I'm not gonna hardmod it yet. yet wink.gif

thanks for the links, I'll read in to those
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