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post #2011 of 2759
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It's also probably why EVGA thought it was such a good idea to pair the 560Ti 448 with a GTX480 PCB.

Not to discount your previous points, but this made me lol. As far I see it EVGA paired them up with whatever they had laying around, as is kinda their style. You can get a 560ti 448 with a 560ti PCB, a 480 PCB, or a 580 PCB. They also sell a 570 with a 560ti PCB and a 580 PCB, etc. EVGA just sells whatever so long as it means they don't have to actually make their own PCBs more than once a generation (580 classy).

If EVGA cared about making a good match they never would've sold the 560ti 448 or the 570 with such a crappy cooler as they do in the FTW and HD respectively.
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Just reapplied Tim to my Eva ftw and let's see what temps look like. Question, removing the shroud makes it look like the Msi cyclone! Would removing the shroud give better temps?
I'll test it if it might thumb.gif

It should, by like probably 3c lol. When I removed my shroud off my 5770, idle temps went from ~34c to ~30c lol

3C quieter! smile.gif
Why have a shroud to begin with then?
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I didn't have a bad attitude when I post that. Its just an old habit of mine to say "gg" to everything. Sorry for the misunderstanding. If you chat with me a lot on steam and other instant messaging places, you'll always see me use the term "GG".
I'll try not to sound like a peeved off person this time but doesn't a 448 overclocked or not uses less current than a 480 ?

No. While the 5xx line is 'refined' fermi and provides better performance... To get the performance they increased clockspeed, which actually increased the overall power profile! A 560Ti 448 is a lot closer to a 570 than a standard 560Ti 384. GTX480's requirement was 35A on the 12v rail, GTX570's requirement is 38A. So 560Ti 448 and GTX480 probably have about equivalent power consumption... Thus why the overclock wall is just before 1GHz... Just like on the majority of 480's. It's also probably why EVGA thought it was such a good idea to pair the 560Ti 448 with a GTX480 PCB.

You seem correct and I'll take your word for it but I coulda sworn the 480 tdp was 250watts and the 448 is 210watts.
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3C quieter! smile.gif
Why have a shroud to begin with then?

To look cooler I guess lol.
post #2015 of 2759
Ok guys, no matter what I do in Afterburner, I can't view the voltage. Any ideas? I've done the obvious, e.g. tick the Unlock voltage control/Unlock voltage monitoring. Any other ideas? It's still greyed out for me no matter what.
post #2016 of 2759
download the latest beta of MSI AB and try that.
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Yep, I just did that, and now I can control the voltage, but it just has the value as +0. Obviously, I don't know much about overclocking, so I don't want to change anything regarding the voltage, but I'd love to know what it's at.

Core clock is 950, Shadow clock is on 1900, Memory clock is on 2100. I chose these values, and it's stable. Never had a crash. Everyone seems curious about what my voltage is stock since I have not changed it, and now I am too!
post #2018 of 2759
Ok, I enabled it at the graph, and it displays .912. Is this good, bad or normal?
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Ok, I enabled it at the graph, and it displays .912. Is this good, bad or normal?

That's idle is what that is. tongue.gif

Put your card under load and see what it's load voltage is.

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Hello, thanks for the friendly welcome smile.gif. I will do. When you say put it under load, do you mean when I'm running games and stuff? Hehe, I just joined to really find an answer to a question I had, but I'll be glad if I can learn a thing or two smile.gif.
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