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I thought those were sparkles...

oO I haven't seen a sparkle GTX 560 Ti 448, at least not on newegg.
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Stock incase you guys wanted to see it at stock.
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2750772
http://3dmark.com/3dmv/3890032

did an overclock of my msi 560ti 448 here is vantage/11 scores. 950mhz

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2734676
http://3dmark.com/3dmv/3884434

upped it by 30mhz for my 3dmark score 980mhz stable.
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2750612
http://3dmark.com/3dmv/3889992

upped it to the max of 992 mhz, and overclocked my 2500k a little further. (Not Stable.)
http://3dmark.com/3dmv/3889836

memory clock for all is at 2200mhz
+150mV Core Voltage
Edited by banned0518 - 2/12/12 at 8:53pm
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Congrats Selluminis thumb.gif feels good I bet. Great set of TwinFrozr's you got there in 448's.

Love to see a 3DMark11 score. smile.gif
     
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Gtx 570 2.5GB, Msi 6970 lightning, gtx 560 sli, gtx 560 ti 448, gtx 560 ti 2GB or 6870 crossfire

What should I get.?
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i would say go for 900/1800/1950! if everyone else is able to get it, then why not you?

I'm assuming this would be a good starting point without having to raise the voltage? I'd like to OC my card but i'm a complete noob so I'd like to take it slow.
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I'm assuming this would be a good starting point without having to raise the voltage? I'd like to OC my card but i'm a complete noob so I'd like to take it slow.

from what I've read, you can't achieve these numbers without raising the voltage

I know you can get around 850-875 ish without raising the voltage...in most cases that is...overclock is ALWAYS YMMV

who knows, your GPU might be able to do 900 on stock voltage? But from most people, I have not seen this
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Gtx 570 2.5GB, Msi 6970 lightning, gtx 560 sli, gtx 560 ti 448, gtx 560 ti 2GB or 6870 crossfire
What should I get.?

Out of this list, I would say the gtx 560 ti 448 sli set would be best bang for your buck....2Gigs of RAM is good if you are doing major editing. Other then that all the cards listed are good cards. Maybe you can find somewhere to see them benchmarked together and decide that way.
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Congrats Selluminis thumb.gif feels good I bet. Great set of TwinFrozr's you got there in 448's.
Love to see a 3DMark11 score. smile.gif

I wish I had 2 of these cards.........
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Anyone looking for a wc block for the MSI card? Stumbled on this.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1207630/gtx-580-570-ek-nickel-block/0_100

I think the MSI cards take the gtx 570 blocks.....

Where is the cheepest place to get some 120mm fans? Preferably with red LED......
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Originally Posted by steven88 View Post

from what I've read, you can't achieve these numbers without raising the voltage
I know you can get around 850-875 ish without raising the voltage...in most cases that is...overclock is ALWAYS YMMV
who knows, your GPU might be able to do 900 on stock voltage? But from most people, I have not seen this

ah I see. I'll mess with voltage down the road as I become a little more comfortable or know what i'm doing for that matter.
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