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post #41 of 47
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I have honestly no idea what you guys are talking about, but I think my cooling is fine idling around 30-36c at the moment. This is really weird does anybody else have this trouble with the 560 where no matter what you can't past 1ghz unless really high jump in voltage? Right now it seems like I'm stable at 997/2275 at 1.062v. I haven't crashed in Heaven yet or got any artifacts, I can go higher in the memory clocks by 25 or so but for some reason I get about the same score or lower score then at 2275. I will have to try to run bf3 later on though to test its real stability. The temps only go max 74c so far so I think that is good right?

Art and I where referring to aftermarket cooling for your card.

Idle temps are neither here or there, its the load temps that matters. If you can cool your core temps a bit more, you may actually get over the 1Ghz barrier.

Having said that, 74c load is pretty good, given your clocks and volts.
Edited by Sethy666 - 8/19/12 at 10:00pm
post #42 of 47
and what's the max voltage for "everyday gaming" (i would have another profile for non gaming use)?
is it 1.125v?
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and what's the max voltage for "everyday gaming" (i would have another profile for non gaming use)?
is it 1.125v?

Right now, the safest max voltage on the 560Ti is 1.15v which is also the max voltage that afterburner will let you set. Any voltage below that is "safe" anything above that is not. rolleyes.gif
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Right now, the safest max voltage on the 560Ti is 1.15v which is also the max voltage that afterburner will let you set. Any voltage below that is "safe" anything above that is not. rolleyes.gif
Does a stock BIOS ever let you put an unsafe amount of voltage through that card?
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Does a stock BIOS ever let you put an unsafe amount of voltage through that card?

No, I don't think so. Usually if you want to increase the voltages to unsafe levels you would have to flash an unsupported BIOS or mod the BIOS yourself. And in case you're wondering. Afterburner will only let you set safe voltages i.e. 1.062, 1.075, 1.087, 1.1, 1.112, 1.125, and 1.15v. You can only set those voltages, anything between them for example 1.068, is not allowed. It would default to 1.062.
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Hey guys, wanted to dust this thread off because I have installed an Arctic Accelero Hybrid closed water cooling loop to my evga 560ti 2gb. it came with aluminum heatsinks that i clued to all the chips i could. my questions is what's the highest VOLTAGE i can go without having to worry about my card blowing out and and refuse to turn on in a couple of years? awaiting a 140mm noctua impellar vortex fan & 120 to 140mm fan adapter which i'll be attaching to the front radiator of my case which i'm using for my gpu.

my i7 2700k is cooled by a cooler master seidon closed water loop attached inside my case window. & 3 antec tricool 120mm exhaust on top of the case (2top 1 rear)

edit: i can maxvolt my card to 1150 in evga's overvolt ( i always keep k-boost enabled for peace of mind)

been running everything maxed on my ti for a 1920x1080 res. heaven benchmark best score so far is 12.3min FPS 48.5max 546 score.

edit: at the moment have my card at 969mhz 1149 voltage * 2040 mhz memory running stable

need you guys on this 1
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Edited by ryanbroseph - 7/24/13 at 9:23am
post #47 of 47
Unfortunately you are about to be in the same boat as the rest of us 560 Ti owners. There is a hard wall coded into the 560 Ti's Bios that will not allow it to be overclocked past 999.8 (1000) MHz no matter how much voltage you push though it... But coming from my experience I always stayed around the 1087 mV mark on MSI Afterburner. It kept my 560 Ti stable and cool at its max clocks! But regardless any voltage you can set in MSI Afterburner is safe, but that doesn't mean you should max it out just because you think it will give you a better OC. Try and find the lowest voltage required to keep your OC stable!

(PS Here is a picture for proof!) thumb.gif

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