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3DMark 11 - P67xx
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Furmark - 1280x1024 - MSAA 32x (stability test)
All work and not crashes/artifacts. Gaming works smooth as well. So i guess these clocks are stable smile.gif

Those are some really good clocks! I'm going to shoot for your stats wink.gif
Just to clarify, your Core Voltage is 1.125?
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post #212 of 2759
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Those are some really good clocks! I'm going to shoot for your stats wink.gif
Just to clarify, your Core Voltage is 1.125?

Thanks!

Voltage in MSI Afterburner was 1.075v. @950 core +100mV

My stock voltage, stock clocks (3Dclocks) is 0.975V

Idle Voltage at stock clocks is 0.912V
Edited by ollie26 - 1/3/12 at 7:35am
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Thanks!
Voltage in MSI Afterburner was 1.075v. @950 core +100mV
My stock voltage, stock clocks (3Dclocks) is 0.975V
Idle Voltage at stock clocks is 0.912V

Oh ok thanks!
I'm wondering though if I have anything to worry about when increasing the voltage since my stock voltage is 1.025V
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As long as your temps are good and its stable it should be fine. Don't push to hard tho wink.gif

I ran my old GTX 460's in SLI at MAX voltag in afterburner 24/7 for months and they were fine. Pushing 900mhz on those too.

I would like to hear from other MSI users if they have had any success in increasing the AUX/MEM voltages? 950/1900/4400 is Sweet for a £228 investment smile.gif I still have another + 50mV on the core to go smile.gif
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With the ridiculousness that is the ghetto chiller in place, I decided to see what I could get out of this little Zotac. I soon discovered the 1.100v limit this card apparently has, as well as the horrible overclocking capabilities of the RAM. I couldn't even get a bump of 50Mhz out of it at 900Mhz core. The highest core I could get through a pass of 3dmark11 was 936Mhz but I'd hardly call that stable. I'm thinking it's somewhere in the 910-920 range. 338

I would try to go higher with the core/shader or go down on voltage. I am pretty sure at max volts you can reach somewhere between 900-950. When I maxed out my voltage I crashed at 1.2Ghz.

EDIT: Another thing to is you might need to bump up the memory voltage if you go any higher. From past reviews people were not able to go much higher than where your at now. Maybe lowering it a hair and take the core/shader higher. Nice score btw!!!
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post #216 of 2759
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Great thread this is! I been playing around with my card for a while now and am loving it. These are my clocks, am sure there is more room to push. I did not add any Volts to the AUX nor the Memory Voltage.. I have the triple over voltage version (MSI)
Temps reached 65c when using EVGA OC Scanner this was on a Hot night with central heating on in my house and my case fans on their minimum settings GPU fan was at 55% (i always test this way as sometime is forget to turn them up, so i test with case fans at minimum)
When gaming the temps are lower. I play BF3 for over 4 hours and Skyrim for 5-6 hours and temps never go over 60c with 40%-50% GPU fan speed. Temps are real low and i have more juice to push her, Would these settings be good for 24/7 gaming? I only overclock when when playing BF3 and Skyrim (with mods) as it kills pretty much every other game i play smile.gif
Keep the results coming smile.gif
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Nice OC. Once I get some free time I want to mess with mine some more. I know I have plenty more room on voltage being I am only at +68mv.
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Nice OC. Once I get some free time I want to mess with mine some more. I know I have plenty more room on voltage being I am only at +68mv.

Thanks. + 68mV on core is kind of stable @ 950Mhz. Only BF3 freezes up.

+100Mv is 100% stable. I was thinking maybe lower the Core and add some Voltage to the AUX?
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3DMark 11 - P67xx
Heaven (Default Settings)
Furmark - 1280x1024 - MSAA 32x (stability test)
All work and not crashes/artifacts. Gaming works smooth as well. So i guess these clocks are stable smile.gif

Why not stress it further? Try Heaven @ 1980x1020, extreme tessellation, 8xAA, 16x Anisotropy etc. Or FurMark in 1980x1020, etc. etc.?
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As long as your temps are good and its stable it should be fine. Don't push to hard tho wink.gif
I ran my old GTX 460's in SLI at MAX voltag in afterburner 24/7 for months and they were fine. Pushing 900mhz on those too.
I would like to hear from other MSI users if they have had any success in increasing the AUX/MEM voltages? 950/1900/4400 is Sweet for a £228 investment smile.gif I still have another + 50mV on the core to go smile.gif

Pushing hard is the name of the game! smile.gif

900 was quite high back then for the 460's. I remember when I had my 460, I was stable at 940c and could run benchmarks at 950c I believe (460 club here).
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Why not stress it further? Try Heaven @ 1980x1020, extreme tessellation, 8xAA, 16x Anisotropy etc. Or FurMark in 1980x1020, etc. etc.?

I usually keep Heaven at stock settings for benchmark scores but i will try at those settings. My OC seems stable.. Only BF3 was sometimes crashing, fixed that by adding another + 32mV to the core

As for the 460's i had the 768mb versions (wrong choice) and they were great OC in SLI. Sold them both and brought the 560TI 448. More memory bandwidth makes a huge difference.. Couldn't be happier.
Edited by ollie26 - 1/3/12 at 10:53am
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