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Your card gets up in the 90's with your fan profile on max? Sorry mate, but I would definitely put it back to stock clocks with those temps, unless you're comfortable with that. I personally don't like my card reaching 80 even on the massive overclock I run. What model do you have? Also, just because you have errors doesn't mean you need to bump it up that high. That's quite a large jump in voltage just to solve errors, especially on a low OC.

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Your card gets up in the 90's with your fan profile on max? Sorry mate, but I would definitely put it back to stock clocks with those temps, unless you're comfortable with that. I personally don't like my card reaching 80 even on the massive overclock I run. What model do you have? Also, just because you have errors doesn't mean you need to bump it up that high. That's quite a large jump in voltage just to solve errors, especially on a low OC.

i agree i run 960mhz at 1.150v and i dont like it passing 60* 62* max but i am under water 1.150v
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just wondering. what is a good stable speed for 2gtx 570's? both phantom cards thanks
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Hi
I need help to oc my asus gtx 570 dcii with cpu i5 2500k (4.3 Ghz)
How i can get oc on my card
I tried but it difficult to me
How i can oc step by step ?
And what the prefered program to make test on it ?
I am waiting to help me smile.gif
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Hey Rinzler, a good stable speed on an sli setup hmm... I would probably go for something around 820-860. But this depends on how your temperatures are, I don't like my card (I only have 1) to go above 70C, and with the Phantom - correct me if I'm wrong here - you have passive cooling, right? If so, the top card would get very hot if the cards are stacked.
Of course, no one can tell you if your cards are stable at that clock, although 820-860 seems a mild / medium overclock, but I always treat every overclock different than the last one. thumb.gif

Hey Falcon, first of all, you should download MSI Afterburner this is the software you're going to be fiddling with. Next, you'd want something to check your stability with; I use 3DMark11 and Heaven 3.0 to see if my overclock is A ok. Finally make sure that you're using the appropriate graphics driver from Nvidia.
When you're new to overclocking you gpu I suggest that you take it somewhat slow on this.
Now lets get to the fun part!
The first setting that you'll be touching is the Core Clock slider marked with a 1 in the picture. This is linked to the Shader Clock slider, this is fine. Try increasing the Core with about 15-20mHz. Now before you run either 3DMark11 or Heaven 3.0, here is how you determine if your overclock is stable:
When the benchmark is running, you should be watching your screen rather carefully while looking for what we call "Artifacts", these are aberrations in the image. Generally there will be either screen tearing with black lines, small dots, fields of green. Basically anything that doesn't seem normal, and when you first notice them you'll know what they are.
How to get rid of those pesky artifacts you ask then?!
Here's where the 2nd mark in the picture comes into play, this applies more voltage to the card. This slider should be operated by going up one notch at a time. One notch on the slider is +6mV. When you've applied the additional voltage, run a benchmark again - if you see artifacts, you apply another +6mV on the slider.
I suggest, that when you've found a setting where your card passes a benchmark run, you note it down either on a piece of paper or in notepad. This helps give you an overview of the Core to Voltage ratio, so you can decide on what the "sweet spot" for your card is. This is just before you have to apply a large of amount of voltage to get a core clock stable, then use the setting that was stable before that.
This covers the basics and is what you'll be using for achieving your desired clock speed, temperature and performance. Since you have the Asus DCUII, cooling isn't a problem, but take care that it doesn't get too hot!
405

I hope this short guide was of some help, if you have any further questions - or if there are additions or something I simply missed - please let me know!thumb.gif
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Hey Rinzler, a good stable speed on an sli setup hmm... I would probably go for something around 820-860. But this depends on how your temperatures are, I don't like my card (I only have 1) to go above 70C, and with the Phantom - correct me if I'm wrong here - you have passive cooling, right? If so, the top card would get very hot if the cards are stacked.
Of course, no one can tell you if your cards are stable at that clock, although 820-860 seems a mild / medium overclock, but I always treat every overclock different than the last one. thumb.gif
Hey Falcon, first of all, you should download MSI Afterburner this is the software you're going to be fiddling with. Next, you'd want something to check your stability with; I use 3DMark11 and Heaven 3.0 to see if my overclock is A ok. Finally make sure that you're using the appropriate graphics driver from Nvidia.
When you're new to overclocking you gpu I suggest that you take it somewhat slow on this.
Now lets get to the fun part!
The first setting that you'll be touching is the Core Clock slider marked with a 1 in the picture. This is linked to the Shader Clock slider, this is fine. Try increasing the Core with about 15-20mHz. Now before you run either 3DMark11 or Heaven 3.0, here is how you determine if your overclock is stable:
When the benchmark is running, you should be watching your screen rather carefully while looking for what we call "Artifacts", these are aberrations in the image. Generally there will be either screen tearing with black lines, small dots, fields of green. Basically anything that doesn't seem normal, and when you first notice them you'll know what they are.
How to get rid of those pesky artifacts you ask then?!
Here's where the 2nd mark in the picture comes into play, this applies more voltage to the card. This slider should be operated by going up one notch at a time. One notch on the slider is +6mV. When you've applied the additional voltage, run a benchmark again - if you see artifacts, you apply another +6mV on the slider.
I suggest, that when you've found a setting where your card passes a benchmark run, you note it down either on a piece of paper or in notepad. This helps give you an overview of the Core to Voltage ratio, so you can decide on what the "sweet spot" for your card is. This is just before you have to apply a large of amount of voltage to get a core clock stable, then use the setting that was stable before that.
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405
I hope this short guide was of some help, if you have any further questions - or if there are additions or something I simply missed - please let me know!thumb.gif

I would have to say, that was really good. Gave me more info than what most people do when they try to explain it. Currently, I done a very modest 800 core clock overclock, nothing else (well, got my fans running a tad faster to keep it under 60 celsius at all times). Gives me a bit more bravery to go overclock on my own.

Now, to search for more info on overclocking my CPU!
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thanks mate i will give it a go thanks a million for your effort +1 rep

alright i set it to 860mhz and i am getting pretty nice performance and it is quite stable aswell thanks mate smile.gif
Edited by EoL RiNzleR - 3/23/12 at 3:09am
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You're welcome, both of you thumb.gif

How much voltage did you need for 860 Rinzler? And how are the temps? I was drawn in by the Radiator looking cooler on the Phantom!
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I would have to say, that was really good. Gave me more info than what most people do when they try to explain it. Currently, I done a very modest 800 core clock overclock, nothing else (well, got my fans running a tad faster to keep it under 60 celsius at all times). Gives me a bit more bravery to go overclock on my own.
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Originally Posted by Agoriaz View Post

Hey Rinzler, a good stable speed on an sli setup hmm... I would probably go for something around 820-860. But this depends on how your temperatures are, I don't like my card (I only have 1) to go above 70C, and with the Phantom - correct me if I'm wrong here - you have passive cooling, right? If so, the top card would get very hot if the cards are stacked.
Of course, no one can tell you if your cards are stable at that clock, although 820-860 seems a mild / medium overclock, but I always treat every overclock different than the last one. thumb.gif
Hey Falcon, first of all, you should download MSI Afterburner this is the software you're going to be fiddling with. Next, you'd want something to check your stability with; I use 3DMark11 and Heaven 3.0 to see if my overclock is A ok. Finally make sure that you're using the appropriate graphics driver from Nvidia.
When you're new to overclocking you gpu I suggest that you take it somewhat slow on this.
Now lets get to the fun part!
The first setting that you'll be touching is the Core Clock slider marked with a 1 in the picture. This is linked to the Shader Clock slider, this is fine. Try increasing the Core with about 15-20mHz. Now before you run either 3DMark11 or Heaven 3.0, here is how you determine if your overclock is stable:
When the benchmark is running, you should be watching your screen rather carefully while looking for what we call "Artifacts", these are aberrations in the image. Generally there will be either screen tearing with black lines, small dots, fields of green. Basically anything that doesn't seem normal, and when you first notice them you'll know what they are.
How to get rid of those pesky artifacts you ask then?!
Here's where the 2nd mark in the picture comes into play, this applies more voltage to the card. This slider should be operated by going up one notch at a time. One notch on the slider is +6mV. When you've applied the additional voltage, run a benchmark again - if you see artifacts, you apply another +6mV on the slider.
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thanx for your replay
i got stable with 790 core and default voltage and memory now
when i add more core like 820 it crash it in BF3 , and i return to raise the voltage to 1038 .. i can't ass +6mV. only 1025 then 1038 then 1050 and so on.
my question are
1- what about memory ? ( adding more memory clock with core clock ) or ( after i reach desired core clock and shader with voltage then play with memory clock ) ?
2- what's the maximum safe voltage ?
Edited by ROoOYAL FALCON - 3/23/12 at 6:46am
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the voltage is on 1.063v and the temps are at high 30's to low 40's in idle and ingame (battlefield 3) temps get to high 60's and never over thanks for the OC mate made quite the difference smile.gif
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