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Total noob can't figure out how to un-overclock my EVGA GeForce GTX 560 ti 448

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Hi, I'm totally new here and made an account to see if anyone could help with this. I don't really know much about overclocking, never done it before, but I'm having problems running a game and according to the game's forums, a lot of people who are having the same problem happen to be people with similar graphics cards. I've heard that a lot of these cards come stock overclocked - apparently that's what the SC, SSC, FTW and Classified parts mean?

The problem is that mine doesn't list any of these acronyms anywhere. Not labeled on the card itself, and I downloaded TechPowerUp GPU-Z and the name of the card in there also doesn't have any of these acronyms. Does anyone know if they sold this card without any of those stock overclocks? Also, I've been reading up on programs to overclock your card - I assume that any program that can turn the speeds up can also be used to turn them down. Problem is, I don't know what speeds are considered "not overclocked" so I'm not sure how much to turn it down.

Current speeds say GPU clock: 797 MHz, memory 975 MHz and Shader 1594 MHz.
Does this sound like it's already clocked, and if so, what should I turn everything down to?

Sorry if I didn't post enough/the right information, like I said I kind of have no clue what's going on. Let me know if I need to post more and I will.

Thanks so much to anyone who can offer some insight on this.
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Download MSI afterburner for overclocking/downclocking software. Im pretty sure 797 Mhz is stock clock for your card.
Edited by Namkab - 8/8/13 at 7:56pm
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GTX 560 Ti 448 cores stock:

Core Clock 810MHz
Shader Clock 1620MHz
Memory 3900MHz

No?
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Originally Posted by JulioCesarSF View Post

GTX 560 Ti 448 cores stock:

Core Clock 810MHz
Shader Clock 1620MHz
Memory 3900MHz

No?

There were a couple EVGA models, of 810mhz and 797mhz. OP doesnt say exactly what EVGA model he has.
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There were a couple EVGA models, of 810mhz and 797mhz. OP doesnt say exactly what EVGA model he has.

Yeah I'm not exactly sure which one I guess. I know that those speeds posted by JulioCesarSF can't possibly be my stock speeds. First, I have never messed with the speeds before, and second, in TechPowerUp GPU-Z, it shows two categorys of GPU speeds - one is what the current settings are, and the other is what the default settings are. They are both the same numbers that I included in the OP.

I know that the speeds I have are the original stock speed, I just don't know if it came clocked when I bought it. Do the speeds I listed sound like clocked speeds, or like normal speeds? Or is there no real way to tell?
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