Originally Posted by noob.deagle;12925748
i hate my 570 1.025v (stock vcore) and best i can do is match EVGA super clock speedshttp://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/89n9e/
next time i might just import an evga they seem to oc well, only no where i know here in adelaide australia stocks that brand :\
What are you doing about heat? Stock voltage doesn't necessarily mean anything as many people have been able to find stable STOCK clocks with lower than stock voltage.
Create a custom fan profile in MSI Afterburner with dots intersecting at even numbers. (i.e. 40% fan @ 40*C, 85% @ 85*C) and make sure that the graph looks like a ramp rather than like steps, this should allow for the GPU to stay relatively cool. Also make sure that you enable user defined next to the fan slider.
Also what voltage are you trying to get better clocks with? I found that I could get stable with 1.06v @ 850core/1700shader/2000memory.
I wouldn't try for anything over 1.1v though as a rule of thumb that many people seem to surpass and blame the card for the failure when that's really the highest it should go safely.
If you need any help we're here to help. Edited by blackbalt89 - 3/30/11 at 7:10am