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Safe overclock for gtx 570 superclocked?

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I want to further overclock my superclocked evga gtx 570. I was wondering if anything could post their advice on a "on the fence" overclock. Not too dangerous, not to weak, etc, etc. lol, it's late so I'm probably not making much sense.
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I have the same card runs great without any adjustments for me. Do you have a game that is faltering in performance or are you looking to OC just for the sake of OCing?

I just now downloading the latest drivers which should give even better performance, have you tried the latest driver yet?
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Core Speed: 874Mhz
Processor Clock: 1748Mhz
Memory Speed: 4216Mhz (QDR)

Set up copied from here. You can may be aim a bit lower than that, check for artifacts/stability and then keep going until your temps are too high for you or it becomes unstable.
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Do you have stock cooler or? I'm not quire sure how well that one fares. My EVGA GTX 570 with stock cooler did around 875/2000 max.
I can push it a lot further with my current cooler. In conclusion the amount you can OC with depends on what kind of temperatures you're seeing.

I probably wouldn't push it further than 85C. But that's just me. Afaik the max operating temperature is 97C on these cards.
    
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I'm running my core at 900 and memory 1950 all at 1.075 voltage. I use a custom fan profile to keep temperatures down but it can get pretty loud.
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I'm running my core at 900 and memory 1950 all at 1.075 voltage. I use a custom fan profile to keep temperatures down but it can get pretty loud.

Wow, that's impressive at that voltage. Is that stress-test stable or just for gaming?
    
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It's going to heavily depend on the card. Each card and brand are going to respond differently to overclocks as well as temps. There's a 570 overclocking thread here with most people using the EVGA Superclocked card. But as others have said, overclock to what your card can handle, and with temps that you're comfortable with.

My 570 overclocks to 975 core and 2300 memory at 1.075 volts, but runs up to 74c which isn't a temp I'm comfortable with. Some might say that it's silly, but when the card runs 850 core 1900 memory at 0.95v at 59c perfectly fine, I don't need to run such an insane overclock all the time.
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Wow, that's impressive at that voltage. Is that stress-test stable or just for gaming?

Well, I have stress tested it but I noticed that when I use something like OCCT GPU or furmark ect, I get worse performance in the test. someone told me this is because the card throttles back during stress testing for protection? however, I've ran unigine heaven for over an hour with no artifacts so I deemed stable.
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