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Poll Results: Was your previous card ATI or NVIDIA?

 
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post #2831 of 5998
So I take it that my post with my proof wasn't good enough to join since I haven't been added to the 570 owners yet and I posted it over a week ago.
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So I take it that my post with my proof wasn't good enough to join since I haven't been added to the 570 owners yet and I posted it over a week ago.
4 days ago is not a week buddy Also if you look in the reason for edit in the first post, it shows what page the last update was on.

I will be updating sometime this weekend.
post #2833 of 5998
Sorry, my concept of time must be a bit off. I didn't mean to rush anyone but I hadn't heard anything and wondered.
post #2834 of 5998
how come my 560ti is running x8?
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how come my 560ti is running x8?
Do you have installed the GPU in the 1st PCI-E line? If you have more cards installed, remove it and try again.

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post #2836 of 5998
Question,

For those of us with SLI cards and overclocking cpu (most of us), do we adjust anything in bios like PCI frequency or voltage or any of that stuff to improve performance or do we leave it on stock?
post #2837 of 5998
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Question,

For those of us with SLI cards and overclocking cpu (most of us), do we adjust anything in bios like PCI frequency or voltage or any of that stuff to improve performance or do we leave it on stock?
That's probably mobo specific. Search for an overclocking thread for your particular mobo.
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i had it in the second slot this whole time, almost a month. thanks saint.
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post #2839 of 5998
Hi,

I'm about to upgrade my GTX into 560 Ti. Need a suggestion or advice here. Which is better in term of performance and cooling:

1. MSI GTX 560 Ti HAWK
2. Calibre X 560 Ti 1GB OC

Really appreciate your feedback..
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Hi,

I'm about to upgrade my GTX into 560 Ti. Need a suggestion or advice here. Which is better in term of performance and cooling:

1. MSI GTX 560 Ti HAWK
2. Calibre X 560 Ti 1GB OC

Really appreciate your feedback..
The Sparkle Calibre looks to be a triple slot cooler where the GTX 560 Ti HAWK is a dual slot. Really depends on what you want to do later down the road.

If you want to SLI then the Sparkle may make it harder to SLI where the Hawk should be easy given you have sufficient space between the cards.
Edited by blackbalt89 - 7/15/11 at 6:05pm
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