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Which drivers should I install for my EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Cores Classified? The ones that came on the CD or something else?

you can use that or nvidia beta driver 290.36.
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Which drivers should I install for my EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Cores Classified? The ones that came on the CD or something else?

Go to Nvidia website, support , download drivers, chose your card and OS and down load the latest driver. Personally I always steer clear of beta anything.
     
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Go to Nvidia website, support , download drivers, chose your card and OS and down load the latest driver. Personally I always steer clear of beta anything.

In this case, beta drivers (CD, 290.36, 290.53) is the only option as the current WHQL driver won't recognize the 560Ti 448 Cores. The next WHQL will have support for it.
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Go to Nvidia website, support , download drivers, chose your card and OS and down load the latest driver. Personally I always steer clear of beta anything.

In this case, beta drivers (CD, 290.36, 290.53) is the only option as the current WHQL driver won't recognize the 560Ti 448 Cores. The next WHQL will have support for it.

Ooops thanks for that correction. Sorry OP almost made you down load the wrong driver. I'm subscribed to this thread being interested in the 448 even though I'm not an owner. The EVGA Classified and MSI TF III are awesome having 6 phase PWM's. smile.gif
     
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Ooops thanks for that correction. Sorry OP almost made you down load the wrong driver. I'm subscribed to this thread being interested in the 448 even though I'm not an owner. The EVGA Classified and MSI TF III are awesome having 6 phase PWM's. smile.gif

you could get the 285's to work id imagine with some ini editing but why bother
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i have a GTX570 that runs at 850Mhz with 1.038v would a GTX560 448core be a good move? i mean if these things clock at 950Mhz with voltage below 1.100v then is it worth it?
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i have a GTX570 that runs at 850Mhz with 1.038v would a GTX560 448core be a good move? i mean if these things clock at 950Mhz with voltage below 1.100v then is it worth it?

No. Don't invest money for the same chip minus a disabled cluster. The extra 100MHz would be meaningless.
SLi-ing with another GTX570 would be a much better option.

Also: I noticed something yesterday (that kind of makes sense). I was able to hold 900MHz stable and simultaneously drop my voltage by 25mV... all I had to do was switch from the [2xMolex to PCI-E] power supply adapters to the "actual" modular PCI-E cord that came with the power supply. This makes me believe that a high quality power supply and a solid connection is highly correlated to the quality of your overclock for the graphics card (even more so than for the processor). As always, correlation does not imply causation, however! thumb.gif
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In this case, beta drivers (CD, 290.36, 290.53) is the only option as the current WHQL driver won't recognize the 560Ti 448 Cores. The next WHQL will have support for it.

Which drivers are on the CD? Are they also beta?
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just ordered me a 2nd Classified 448
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Here is my norm 560 ti asus top 3d mark 11 score its the highest legit score out of all of them.
Has anyone got there 448 core to clock at anything over 1000?
I also used 1.2 volts for it but it was stable
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2191692
6139 score.
Looking for a new graphics card is why im asking it would be watercooled with a ek-hf gpu block "not fullcover"
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