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I always have a hard time determining an adequate voltage for my overclocks. The max voltage I can do in MSI Afterburner is 1.150v, but what is the max voltage for my GTX 560ti? I heard it was 1.120v, and then I heard it was 1.100v.

I was also concerned about Mem clock? I don't have ram chips so what should I up the mem clock by? default is 2100... I know some people that were able to get 2200, but I haven't tried it yet.

If anyone has a Gold Edition, or even a Twin Frozr II GTX 560Ti, what clocks were you able to get.

Default for me are:

Core: 900
Shader: 1800
Memory: 2100
Voltage: 1.012
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I can get 950 core on stock voltage. stock core at 880
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Originally Posted by Lazloisdavrock View Post

I can get 950 core on stock voltage. stock core at 880

My is OC'd at stock, so it's 900 stock :/ I can run 1000/2000/2100 fine in Heaven, but I get flashing and crashes in BF3 so idk.
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when i had my 2 560 ti's the TFII required 1.038v to do solid 24/7 950 core and 2200 mem and the evga i had could do it at stock volts no issues at all
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when i had my 2 560 ti's the TFII required 1.038v to do solid 24/7 950 core and 2200 mem and the evga i had could do it at stock volts no issues at all

How much voltage do you think I could possibly need for 1000MHz?
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Right now I run my 560Ti Twin Frozr II at:

Voltage = 1075mV
Core = 1000
Shader = 2000
Memory = 2200

It is stable and I haven't had any problems.
    
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Right now I run my 560Ti Twin Frozr II at:
Voltage = 1075mV
Core = 1000
Shader = 2000
Memory = 2200
It is stable and I haven't had any problems.

I can pass 3D Mark 11 and Heaven fine, it's just that BF3 chews my OC up and spits it out :/ Do I need to up my voltage a bit or something? cause I get screen flicker somewhat.
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I can pass 3D Mark 11 and Heaven fine, it's just that BF3 chews my OC up and spits it out :/ Do I need to up my voltage a bit or something? cause I get screen flicker somewhat.

Its probably BF3 hatin' on your OC, If I recall correctly, multiple people had problems in BF3 with their OC'd Rigs, some had to revert to stock.
   
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Its probably BF3 hatin' on your OC, If I recall correctly, multiple people had problems in BF3 with their OC'd Rigs, some had to revert to stock.

What other games should I test it in to make sure? Crysis 2? Would that be ok?
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post #10 of 17
up the voltage until you can hit a stable 1000. keep in mind not all 560 ti's can hit it you might need to go under water with it to stabilize it a bit temps could be the reason why its not cooperating.
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