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So I've been playing battlefield for longer periods of time now and it will crash after an hour or two and I'll have to restart.

My question is do I bump up the voltage from 1.075V to something higher?
Or bump up the memory clock from 2200 to 2400 or something like that?

There is very little gains from bumping memory I've learned. In fact it comes with higher temps and greater instability. Don't bump memory to get stable.

A safe memory boost is 5% higher than your reference setting. A good safe Core/Shader bump is 15%. With an OC like that you wouldn't have to bump voltage much if at all. That kind of over clock is a good 24/7 OC that you set and forget.

I run my 580 with an over clock 15% on core/shader and 5% on memory with no voltage bump and have been that way stable 24/7 since February 2011. Some cards will vary if such a percentage will need a voltage bump, usually not much.

I'm not sure on the max voltage the 448 can handle. Keep in mind voltage bumps can hurt your GPU if your exceed limits.

Anyone know on this 448 OC club the max voltage? I'm curious on the voltage threshold with the 448 myself.

To see what type of OC you have on your GP, run a GPU-Z and click 'valadation'. The next page it brings you too on internet will show you your over clock percentage.

Hope this helps. Sometimes you can get through a 3DMark11 bench but play a demanding game like BF3 or Crysis 2 and it crashes.
     
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hopefully im getting mine soon. or at least by friday.
ordered from newegg for $200 shipped (had to pay for taxes mad.gif)
how high does the MSI GTX 560ti 448 core clock to?

$200??? You mean $300 right?
And I've seen clocks above 950Mhz on here for benchmarking and what not.
Personally I'll stick to a flat 950Mhz for my everyday use.
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$200??? You mean $300 right?
And I've seen clocks above 950Mhz on here for benchmarking and what not.
Personally I'll stick to a flat 950Mhz for my everyday use.

it was ~$18x.xx and a open box.

hmm i read a review site that said 950 is easy. i wonder if it stays cool enough can i get 1ghz..


looks like its coming friday biggrin.gif
cant wait to max those games out in directx 11
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There is very little gains from bumping memory I've learned. In fact it comes with higher temps and greater instability. Don't bump memory to get stable.
A safe memory boost is 5% higher than your reference setting. A good safe Core/Shader bump is 15%. With an OC like that you wouldn't have to bump voltage much if at all. That kind of over clock is a good 24/7 OC that you set and forget.
I run my 580 with an over clock 15% on core/shader and 5% on memory with no voltage bump and have been that way stable 24/7 since February 2011. Some cards will vary if such a percentage will need a voltage bump, usually not much.
I'm not sure on the max voltage the 448 can handle. Keep in mind voltage bumps can hurt your GPU if your exceed limits.
Anyone know on this 448 OC club the max voltage? I'm curious on the voltage threshold with the 448 myself.
To see what type of OC you have on your GP, run a GPU-Z and click 'valadation'. The next page it brings you too on internet will show you your over clock percentage.
Hope this helps. Sometimes you can get through a 3DMark11 bench but play a demanding game like BF3 or Crysis 2 and it crashes.

Alright I'll have to try the validation thing when I get home.
Right now my memory clock is at 2200, I believe at stock its 1950. So should I back it down to 2100?
And I have seen people put the voltage up to 1.125V on here without issues from as far as I know. So at 1.100 or maybe even 1.085V I should be able to stabilize at the 950 setting.
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it was ~$18x.xx and a open box.
hmm i read a review site that said 950 is easy. i wonder if it stays cool enough can i get 1ghz..
looks like its coming friday biggrin.gif
cant wait to max those games out in directx 11

And yes getting to 950 is pretty easy smile.gif Just monitor your temps and test thouroghly.
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im going to check temps but im most likely going to replace the TIM with the TX-4 for that little extra edge. wink.gif
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Anyone know on this 448 OC club the max voltage? I'm curious on the voltage threshold with the 448 myself.

BIOS limit is 1.10v; haven't seen anyone kill their card yet, so I'm not sure as to what the actual hardware limit is.
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BIOS limit is 1.10v; haven't seen anyone kill their card yet, so I'm not sure as to what the actual hardware limit is.

how far of a overclock and temps are they getting from the 1.1v?
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There is very little gains from bumping memory I've learned. In fact it comes with higher temps and greater instability. Don't bump memory to get stable.
A safe memory boost is 5% higher than your reference setting. A good safe Core/Shader bump is 15%. With an OC like that you wouldn't have to bump voltage much if at all. That kind of over clock is a good 24/7 OC that you set and forget.
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I'm not sure on the max voltage the 448 can handle. Keep in mind voltage bumps can hurt your GPU if your exceed limits.
Anyone know on this 448 OC club the max voltage? I'm curious on the voltage threshold with the 448 myself.
To see what type of OC you have on your GP, run a GPU-Z and click 'valadation'. The next page it brings you too on internet will show you your over clock percentage.
Hope this helps. Sometimes you can get through a 3DMark11 bench but play a demanding game like BF3 or Crysis 2 and it crashes.

Alright I'll have to try the validation thing when I get home.
Right now my memory clock is at 2200, I believe at stock its 1950. So should I back it down to 2100?
And I have seen people put the voltage up to 1.125V on here without issues from as far as I know. So at 1.100 or maybe even 1.085V I should be able to stabilize at the 950 setting.
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it was ~$18x.xx and a open box.
hmm i read a review site that said 950 is easy. i wonder if it stays cool enough can i get 1ghz..
looks like its coming friday biggrin.gif
cant wait to max those games out in directx 11

And yes getting to 950 is pretty easy smile.gif Just monitor your temps and test thouroghly.

What I would do is find the 15% core/shader and 5% memory bump at stock voltage first. Give it a stability test. Gaming is the best test. If you have free version of 3DMark11 bench software is another good way. Then slightly bump voltage if needed.

Best scenario is you don't need a voltage bump. It's a great 24/7 OC you can feel safe about. Save the profile. The you can start over clocking further if you want to but if your gaming is fine then it's unneeded but fun anyway. At least then you know your cards base OC you can revert to.

I don't know the max voltage you shouldnt play with on you 448 though.

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how far of a overclock and temps are they getting from the 1.1v?

I have the MSI card and I got to 1.2Ghz before it crashed at full voltage. (1.1v) 1Ghz was stable with 2100 memory but it was to high for me on everyday use. I stay at 925/1850/2100 at 1.024v and it's been stable everyday since. The card has great cooling and I have never exceeded 62*C as of yet. I can do back to back benchmarks then jump right into BF3 and play for hours. I would just start with the core/shader linked and see how far you can go with no voltage increase. Then once you find the limit you then have a choice of bumping your voltage more or staying where your at. These cards from my personal experience and others reviews are very stable at around 935-950 core/shader. As for memory I would stick within the 5% mark and call it good. Too much and it caused me to crash. Good luck and enjoy!!
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So I've been playing battlefield for longer periods of time now and it will crash after an hour or two and I'll have to restart.
My question is do I bump up the voltage from 1.075V to something higher?
Or bump up the memory clock from 2200 to 2400 or something like that?

When you say crash what do you mean. Is it like a BSOD or something. I had an issue one time so far but I think I either got kicked from the server or it crashed. I didn't get any errors on my card or anything.
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