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Just poppin in here real fast, got my card running 900 Mhz with 1.063V, is it normal for EVGA OC Scanner to show artifacts in the 85-90 Celcius range, I was running a test (keep in mind I'm still using my crappy Apollo where the side fan is overpowered by the video card fan) thanks
EDIT: It didn't SHOW artifacts but it counted them in the artifacts scanner, most of which were later removed?
Another EDIT: I noticed this happening at stock clocks while playing Crysis, temps were about 75C, I remember seeing it in Battlefield 3 but I dismissed it as the map markers glitching, should I RMA the card?

why was your gpu 85 to 90 C? Mine never got above 63 during the fuzzy test....
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If it only had a 1-2 year warranty I'd be all over it, they only provide 90 day warranty and you have to pay $30 for another year. I'm leaning towards the GTx 560 ti 448, anybody know how high GTx 570 usually OC to?

I have heard the 448 OC better with less voltage due to the 6 phase power. Look at benchmark comparisons on google. 90 day warranty on something over 150.00 seems a little too risky to me. I say a brand spanking new 448 and OC the hell out of it....
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why was your gpu 85 to 90 C? Mine never got above 63 during the fuzzy test....

Either I got a bad card or my cases ventilation just sucks that bad.
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case ventilation, i run 2 in SLI and neither even with both folding never go over 80c
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What! LOL! This is truely false information coming from someone who has owned both! The GTX 560 TI 448 is a much faster card then the 470! Really no comparision at all. Look at this chart! These are compared with a reference 732Mhz, GTX 560TI 448!
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/311?vs=499
The classified model totally destroys the GTX 470 and 480 for that matter!
I had a Evga Classified 448 and a GTX 580 in side by side rigs for a while. The classified at 855 core was the same as the 580 at stock clocks in most benchmarks!

You apparently misread juano's post. or don't know or understand some definitions like "clock-for-clock" and that's obvious from the link you posted.
GTX 470 is benching at 607.5 MHz while the 560 is benching at 732 MHz. not to mention they are using very old drivers for that benchmark (for the 470).
A GTX 560 Ti 448 is faster than a GTX 480? LOLz. They are the same.

Also btw a 580 will smoke your GTX 560 Ti. According to guru3d the cards require 900 MHz just to match a stock 580 performance & it still lagging behind it a little bit, just imagine what a 1.0 GHz 580 will do to your 448 card.
Thanks for the info juano +rep.I changed my mind on that card. It seems it doesn't worth the money for me smile.gif. I will wait for kepler wink.gif.
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Should I wait a few weeks to see if the potential increases due to the burn in, I seem to almost hit a voltage wall (artifacting issue has been resolved) I can get it to about 885 MHz on stock voltage 1.038 without any artifacts (both visual and counted by EVGA OC scanner) however any higher than that requires insane amounts of voltage, suddenly I need 1.088V to get 890Mhz, and any higher is 1.1V which I hit a wall at with 910 MHz (any further still runs but those weird color artifacts begin to appear again)

EDIT: Able to get 925 Mhz again but EVGA OC Scanner reads out some artifacts, however I'm noticing it's reading much less artifacts than it did last week, there were 6 this time instead of upwards of 50
Edited by Killer7 - 1/28/12 at 4:14am
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this was my testing. and what i found most curious is the results of the memory increase seem to be same importance if not better than the core increase. contradicting the popular beliefe of otherwise.


EVGA 560ti 448 classified.

stock:

797mhz core 48 fps
1950mhz mem


overclocked:

797mhz core 51 fps
2300mhz mem
850mhz core 50 fps @ 1.025
1950mhz mem
850mhz core 53 fps @ 1.025
2300mhz mem
900mhz core 51 fps @ 1.025
1950mhz mem
900mhz core 55 fps @ 1.025
2300mhz mem
930mhz core 56 fps @ 1.050
2300mhz mem
930mhz core 51 fps @ 1.050
1950mhz mem
930mhz core 56 fps @ 1.075
2300mhz mem
950mhz core 57 fps @ 1.075
2300mhz mem
950mhz core 51 fps @ 1.075
1950mhz mem
900mhz core 55 fps @ 1.075
2340mhz mem
950mhz core display driver error
2340mhz mem @ 1.075
970mhz core display driver error
1950mhz mem @ 1.075 and @ 1.1
960mhz core 58 fps @ 1.1
2300mhz mem
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I haven't posted here for about a couple weeks now and pages have gone by. I have got a hold of some funds and would like some of your input. My card has been running great with no crashes at all. The OC is very stable and can be pushed more if needed. So I have a bugdet of around 1050-1150$ and I want to get another card for a sli setup. For sli users, hows it working out especially with gaming (BF3). I have a Matx board and from what people have said the top card will cook. I just bought all my stuff about 2 months ago from Newegg. I think I may sell the board to get some cash back and get a regualr atx board. I also am thinking about a Nvidia surround setup. I have the one Asus monitor right now and can pick up 2 more for about 320$. How does gaming with 3 monitors work out and is it worth it. I know I need to upgrade my PSU and I was looking at the Corsair 850 watt one. This may be a little off topic but I want to hear from real time users. Any suggestions/advice would be greatly appreciated.
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So when you all are posting voltages, are they idle voltages? If so, I assume it's safe to max out the voltage slider on my MSI in Afterburner - correct?

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