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X method is okay but not as much as that picture shows in that thread. That's a bit too much. Make the lines thin.
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Originally Posted by zoson View Post

Have you tried higher memory? I gain performance up to 2450mhz memory...

First score that I posted earlier with core at 1050mhz and memory at 2200mhz with 1.1v.

34081 3DMarks

http://3dmark.com/3dm06/16607247;jsessionid=19f5fpbym9riwicx8qfdzu1fq


I tried 2450mhz on the video memory and 1050mhz on core with 1.1v and after about 15 seconds into 3dMark06 I noticed a little jitter and I stopped the benchmark and then I lowered video memory speed to 2400mhz on the ram and by accident ran core at 1000mhz with 1.1v it ran 3dMark06 stable.

My score improved a little over 120 points. Not much but enough to possibly win a competition. smile.gif


34212 3DMarks

Here is my new 3dmark06 score with the increased video memory to 2400mhz core at 1000mhz with 1.1v on core.


http://3dmark.com/3dm06/16608771;jsessionid=ohnmdk2sfqrrwcty7oz9axxh

The memory at 2400mhz and core at 1000mhz did very well compared to my 1050 core setting.


Next I ran the core at 1050mhz and memory at 2400mhz with 1.1v and my score only improved a few points from the first benchmark I posted.

34101 3DMarks

http://3dmark.com/3dm06/16608804



Looks like 1.1v is enough voltage perform well with core at 1000mhz and memory at 2400mhz..

Probably need more voltage and better cooling to see more performance with higher voltage. My card can go faster than this.

Interesting how memory speeds and core speeds effect performance.
Edited by SonDa5 - 4/18/12 at 7:51pm
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How do you reapply TIM on these things? They're so huge!!! CPU = spread but these are like. yes. ... and I think me replacing the GOBS of stock TIM there didn't improve my temperatures that much...
I used THIS as a model.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1228495/msi-hawk-gtx-560-ti-tim-reapplication/0_100#post_16726995
Didn't seem like it changed much.
Shroud's coming off for sure though, it hit 86C when I 3dmark11'd it. Gonna 3dmark it with the shroud off when I get back home.
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6060 overall
6390 gpu
5250 physics/cpu
5248 something
328

Here is how I suggest you do it.

450

Too much TIM can have adverse effects.

This is out of my build log.
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help me out here guys
http://www.overclock.net/t/1245468/very-special-gtx560ti-448core-how-much

250 each.
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Picked up my second FTW today. Now it is time to solve this temp issue. Top card hits 90 and the bottom 85 within 5 minutes of playing BF3 and Skyrim. My case has 2x140mm intake fans and 3x140mm exhaust fans. Also room for 2x140mm on bottom. Lancool K63. So plenty of cool air is getting in and hot air out. Just finished moving all my wires so that the two front intake fans are blowing straight back towards the cards without any interference. Did nothing. What should I do? Someone mentioned taking off the shroud a few pages back. How much did that lower the temp? Should I throw on some Tuniq? I dont see both of those bringing down the temps too much. I really want to get down to 60-70 so it looks like I may have to do the mod with the h60. Would rather not though. What is the next best option? Xtreme Plus II? Looking for the cheapest way to fix this.

How much does room temperature affect gpu temp? My room is usually around 76-77F during the day and 73-75F at night. It is just going to increase as it gets closer to the summer...in texas. Easily 80-82 in mid July. Would getting my room down to like 68-70 make any difference?
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post #2087 of 2759
Add more airflow in the case brew. Vented PCI slot covers and more air intake into the case would solve that. I had 80c max temps on my top card in SLi on stock cooling.
Pulling off the shroud won't help, the GPU itself may get cooler, but the shroud directs airflow at the VRMs for it, which could cook otherwise.

Edit: Plus, if they're anything like my FTW cards, there's WAY too much TIM in there, which won't help. The GPU was plastered with it when I took my cooler off to go wet.
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I changed the TIM of my FTW to ICD7 and it still ran terribly hot. I don't think there is a good way to cool that card without changing the entire cooler. You'll also have to find a way to cool the VRMs if you go with the antec 620 mod (go with the antec over the H60 btw) because of the backwards way the stock unisink is attached to the heatsink.
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I have Asus NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Cores DirectCU II can i have sli with Zotac or other brand 560 Ti 448 card ?
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I have Asus NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Cores DirectCU II can i have sli with Zotac or other brand 560 Ti 448 card ?

Yes assuming you have space, brand doesn't matter.
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