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Originally Posted by UNOE;15229000 
Acually a good 800 Core or the 797 like the super clocked cards speeds is a soild improvement and may only need one to two bumps in voltage. I would recommend at less OC to 800. All 570's can do 800 without changing fan profile or having to go to to much trouble.

eh damn so my card is an overclocking dud then lol,

cannot get 800mhz stable no matter what i do unless i use 1.1v but i didn't like using such a high voltage for such a low overclock its disappointing frown.gif
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I'm interested in the max memory speed as well. I've had mine between 2150mhz and 2250mhz for a while and haven't had any problems. But I've noticed that with SLI now, I'm increasing the goodies like AA and AF so my 1.28Gb of VRAM is starting to make me nervous when I think about some of newer games that are out or coming out soon. So, this memory speed of mine is going to have to be running at its highest. Has anyone heard anything?

From what I've been reading, reference boards, as well as certain non-reference boards use samsung K4G10325FE-HC05 memory (rated at 1000MHz (4000MHz effective)). Certain cards use samsung K4G10325FE-HC04 samsung chips (rated at 1250MHz (5000MHz effective)). I guess HC04 would handle higher memory speeds? All depends on the circuitry on the board as well, but (2300 mem/4600 effective) is well below the 5000 rating.

For reference, many GTX 580s use samsung K4G10325FE-HC04 (1250 MHz) chips and many people run these at 2300+ memory.
Edited by xliquidx - 10/10/11 at 7:07pm
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This is what i've got my eVGA GTX 570 superclocked currently on stock voltage. Its stable while playing Crysis, BF3 Beta, TF2 and SC2. How much farther could I push it on stock voltage? I dont' see precision software being able to change voltage, what would I need to change that if I wanna go farther with it? My SC did come with a high flow bracket

Also, been hearing its worth taking apart the evga cards and putting on some quality thermal grease like AS5 to lower the temps more, worth a shot?


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Originally Posted by 1ceTr0n;15254424 
This is what i've got my eVGA GTX 570 superclocked currently on stock voltage. Its stable while playing Crysis, BF3 Beta, TF2 and SC2. How much farther could I push it on stock voltage? I dont' see precision software being able to change voltage, what would I need to change that if I wanna go farther with it? My SC did come with a high flow bracket

Also, been hearing its worth taking apart the evga cards and putting on some quality thermal grease like AS5 to lower the temps more, worth a shot?


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Use MSI Afterburner to OC and change voltage. Noone can really tell you what your going to get off stock voltage, 900 off stock voltage is pretty good. Try running unigine heaven benchmark, crysis bench, oc scanner etc to check stability.

I believe GTX 570s come with Shin Etsu x23 paste which is one of the best, if you are going to be reapplying you will want at least MX-2. AS-5 is showing its age now. I reapplied paste on my 570 and temps are much the same, they've done quite a good job with the 570s.
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post #1145 of 2146
Eh, AS5 still holds up fine for my purposes and most reviews still give it good ratings unless I see evidence otherwise. I'll leave it alone then as Shin Etsu aint bad
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Just upped to 840/1680/1990 on stock voltage. Gonna run that and see if it goes stable.
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I am using 1.050mV and 900core/2000memory without any crashes or artifacts. I ran Heaven 2.5 benchmark a couple times to ensure that it's stable and a couple hours of gaming as well.
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Use MSI Afterburner to OC and change voltage. Noone can really tell you what your going to get off stock voltage, 900 off stock voltage is pretty good. Try running unigine heaven benchmark, crysis bench, oc scanner etc to check stability.

I believe GTX 570s come with Shin Etsu x23 paste which is one of the best, if you are going to be reapplying you will want at least MX-2. AS-5 is showing its age now. I reapplied paste on my 570 and temps are much the same, they've done quite a good job with the 570s.

I never heard that 570's came with that high quality paste...? I would think it would be brand dependent though.
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This is what i've got my eVGA GTX 570 superclocked currently on stock voltage. Its stable while playing Crysis, BF3 Beta, TF2 and SC2. How much farther could I push it on stock voltage? I dont' see precision software being able to change voltage, what would I need to change that if I wanna go farther with it? My SC did come with a high flow bracket

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LOL at a gaming rig in a p180 mini.

Why "lol?" It's not a bad case. I'd say definitely better than the entire 900 series. For being "mini" it's pretty cozy and spacious inside.
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