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AVG TEMP for GTX 560 TI Classified Ultra

post #1 of 7
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what is the average tempature of this card at full load? if anyone owns one or has seen temps let me know, what is acceptable at full load.


my settings.

GPU CLOCK/ 925
MEMORY CLOCK/ 2025
VOLTAGE/ 1100Mv

idle temp is roughly 40-45, my max load is about 70-75 while im playing gta, i stay about 60fps
Edited by Nightfallx - 6/4/13 at 8:44am
post #2 of 7
Sounds about right. My 560ti was easy into the 80s.
post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 
i changed the thermal paste on mine earlier is why im wondering, and what are your overclocked settings? i want to overclock mine alittle more but i want to know others avg overclock speeds.
post #4 of 7
My card was .... different to most, the settings wont help you much. Stock cooler, 1010-ish core/max voltage allowed with msi afterburner but temps were crazy and I was almost hitting 100c for quick benchmark runs. At the same time I got this card I was playing with the idea of using a CLC for cooling the gpu. This allowed for me to get the same OC but keeping 48c max temps and silent. Max OC I wont even post, just starts a war with posters saying "nu uh, no way you got that" The card was very golden, not indicative to what most get.

I have seen a lot of peeps posting 1000core with these cards, lots of high 900 and very few I have seen say they got a dud where the card crashed with even a modest OC. The 560ti was a great budget-performance card, OCed like a beast but at a hardware lvl these cards couldn't transmit all that OC power to the screen, they just didn't have enough stuff on the pcb to utilize all the power the core could offer... they were factory gimped tongue.gif or this was the way it was explained to me when I was looking for answers as to why such high oc offered so little increase in FPS on screen. Loved the card but it struggled with 3d gaming so it had to go bye bye.
post #5 of 7
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Originally Posted by cravinmild View Post

My card was .... different to most, the settings wont help you much. Stock cooler, 1010-ish core/max voltage allowed with msi afterburner but temps were crazy and I was almost hitting 100c for quick benchmark runs. At the same time I got this card I was playing with the idea of using a CLC for cooling the gpu. This allowed for me to get the same OC but keeping 48c max temps and silent. Max OC I wont even post, just starts a war with posters saying "nu uh, no way you got that" The card was very golden, not indicative to what most get.

I have seen a lot of peeps posting 1000core with these cards, lots of high 900 and very few I have seen say they got a dud where the card crashed with even a modest OC. The 560ti was a great budget-performance card, OCed like a beast but at a hardware lvl these cards couldn't transmit all that OC power to the screen, they just didn't have enough stuff on the pcb to utilize all the power the core could offer... they were factory gimped tongue.gif or this was the way it was explained to me when I was looking for answers as to why such high oc offered so little increase in FPS on screen. Loved the card but it struggled with 3d gaming so it had to go bye bye.

mine is a classified ultra, not just a refernce ti.
post #6 of 7
It's still a lottery but the odds are better.

Your temps are good from what I've seen. Load temps are much better than reference cards. The card is rated safe (nvidia says, I don't suggest it) for 100c or so. I would stop overclocking when your seeing temps holding in the low 90c. It's a very nice card btw
post #7 of 7
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Originally Posted by cravinmild View Post

It's still a lottery but the odds are better.

Your temps are good from what I've seen. Load temps are much better than reference cards. The card is rated safe (nvidia says, I don't suggest it) for 100c or so. I would stop overclocking when your seeing temps holding in the low 90c. It's a very nice card btw

yeah i replaced the TIM, and it is much cooler now smile.gif.
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