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just did some testing this is what iv come up with at the moment Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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i realy want to hit 12,000 in 3dmark frown.gif any advise

Have you tried OCing the gpu's further? I can't see what your voltage is, but I'd guess that you could probably squeeze out some extra juice from the cards. However, I've noticed from this thread that all cards are definitely not made the same, so further OCing might not be possible. That's really the only thing I could think of.

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Have you tried OCing the gpu's further? I can't see what your voltage is, but I'd guess that you could probably squeeze out some extra juice from the cards. However, I've noticed from this thread that all cards are definitely not made the same, so further OCing might not be possible. That's really the only thing I could think of.

got plenty i think this is just as far as i have gotan yet

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can push it out to 1.2v but im a little concerend

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Yeah, I'd be tempted to run it higher too. However, I haven't been OCing for very long, and I don't fully know the effects of running your cards at 1.1v, or even at 1.2v. Guess it depends on your actual card on how well it would handle it, but I don't know if the difference is going to make a difference in the life of the card. If it's like CPUs where running it at max volts only shaves off so much life that you'd have upgraded by time it dies, then I would just go ahead and do it. But like I said, I'm not entirely sure on the effects so I won't give that advice. However, your temps do look good for 1.1v, so if you can find out if it's entirely safe to put 1.2v into it, as long as your temps are where you'd like them I say give it a shot.
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think i will look into it first is ther anyone u know running 1.2v


i have 2 240 rads and 1 360 rad so temps should be fine biggrin.gif
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Looks like Capwn is the only one that's running 1.2v, as far as people that have reported their overclocks in this thread. Yeah, your temps look rather nice! I was hoping to get my card to 1ghz core, but even on 1.1v it's not making it through Heaven bench. Looks like it's capping out at 975/1950/4450 @ 1.1v. Temps are still good looking though, peaked at 72c in Heaven bench.

Decided to post my results I just got here, with a final OC of 975/1950/4600 @ 1.1v
3DMark score of P6589; http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2800159
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Edited by Shiromar - 2/19/12 at 11:22pm
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I got to 950 on core at 1.1v, any higher and it starts artifacting. And I can't seem to increase my memory clock, even at stock it won't go past 2000 in MSI AB... Haven't tried increasing memory voltage yet, not sure if I will either. I got an average of 66fps on my last heaven run, but with a minimum fps of 14 though, dont know when that happened.
I'm a bit jelly of your mem clock Shiromar tongue.gif

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Having had to RMA my previous 570 I'm not sure whether to stick with what I've got to so far or keep pushing. Any advice?

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Do you have a 570 with a reference PCB or manufacturer made ? ie. the ASUS DCII and the MSI TFII & TFIII have non-reference PCB's.

It all boils down to what you want it to perform. But with a max temp of 72C, I dont see that a failure is imminent.
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I've got a Gigabyte SOC which I was told has a non-reference PCB - http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3876#ov
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You're in the clear for exploding capacitors thumb.gif So I wouldn't be worried about that.
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