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is it me or MSI heatsink fan isnt that good? when im at 70% fan speed hardly any air is blow out. just a warm breeze.
my gtx 260 blower fan had more air flow.

Mine blows out fine. I can really feel the heat when under load but I assume that's normal. I have a micro atx board so my cpu heatsink nearly touches the gpu pcb. I put an extra side fan that blows towards the rear of the case and over the gpu and boy does that help. I'm sure the stock fans are not the best but I do think it does the job quite well. I would like to see if any after market one's would work better that way I can buy a couple as back ups.

On a micro ATX that's normal. The CPU heatsink dissipating heat is effecting the GPU temps and it's ability to keep it cool when there isn't as much spacing. The extra fan helps but nothing major. The hot air is still getting blown around the GPU and whether it's a closed case shroud or open case GPU it's pretty darn close. Even with good air ventilation in the tower.
     
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Is everyone using EVGA precision? or anyone using MSI Afterburner? Does Afterburner save the voltage setting on the card? I keep having to set it after my computer boots up.
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Hi guys, I've been reading this thread for a while now, and I'm curious about how to overclock this card? I mean, from zero what should I do? I'll be getting it in the next weeks, and I want it to perform at it's best but no pushing it so much, since I will be playing BF3, and several games. I have whatsoever no experience on any kind of overclock, I'm a newbie on all of this, so if you guide me a little on which software should I use, or whatever. I will appreciate. Btw, I'm planning on getting just one (short budget).

Thanks :-)
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wow more folks got a 448 while i was away playing Tor lol
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Hi guys, I've been reading this thread for a while now, and I'm curious about how to overclock this card? I mean, from zero what should I do? I'll be getting it in the next weeks, and I want it to perform at it's best but no pushing it so much, since I will be playing BF3, and several games. I have whatsoever no experience on any kind of overclock, I'm a newbie on all of this, so if you guide me a little on which software should I use, or whatever. I will appreciate. Btw, I'm planning on getting just one (short budget).
Thanks :-)

What 448core are you getting
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Use MSI Afterburner.
It saves your voltages and Overclock everytime windows boot.
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Use MSI Afterburner.
It saves your voltages and Overclock everytime windows boot.

Can you save different voltages with different profiles?
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Can you save different voltages with different profiles?

No, I cannot, using A.B. 2.2 Beta 10.
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i use precision and it sets my voltage at boot.
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No, I cannot, using A.B. 2.2 Beta 10.

My voltages save for me.. but am using, Beta 9. I will try the new version and post back.

**Beta 10 works for me aswel.
Edited by ollie26 - 1/10/12 at 3:46am
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Hey people

I'm off work tomorrow so I'm going to try and see if 1GHz core is achievable with my MSI 560TI 448.

My best OC to date is 950/1900/4200 @ +100mV on the core. I have another +50mV to add on the core and +50Mv on both the AUX/MEM so i should be able to push it a little further. Temps are Amazing! at 950 core and +100mV the GPU still doesn't go above 62c with %50 fan speed, so cooling will not be a problem.

Has anyone MSI card owners played around with the MEM/AUX voltages? Would adding more Voltage to the AUX give me better/stable overclocking results? Or what is the danger if any of adding too much voltage and pushing it too far.. The last thing i want to do is fry/wreck this card.

Thanks
Edited by ollie26 - 1/10/12 at 12:41pm
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