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´That's a nice OC on such low voltage Suburban! Have you tested it in a game environment?
And a well thought out cooling solution for that card if I might add smile.gif
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Thank you. I played BF3 for about an hour maxed out with no issues. Tomorrow I'll get a better feel for stability with some long gaming hours.
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]Here it is! 911MHz core at 1.038V and 1861MHz MEM on air cooling at 77C benchmark load. EVGA GTX 570 HD Rev:1.0 with slight cooling mod. System specs below.

Your super clean cable management makes my case cry, I got my side window covered just so I wouldnt see the cable salad in mine lmao
post #2034 of 2146
Ok, I ran Heaven DX11, MSI Kumbustor, EVGA scanner and ran into NO issues, Even got a better score(drivers??) biggrin.gif
850/1700/1950 V1075 Temps stay below 60c 100% Fan, But im not sure if its stable in games,But every where else it is so far,(i know about the memory freq,Im just playing with it to see if i can find stable clocks biggrin.gif

= New score(new drivers)
= Old score(Old drivers)
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Drivers definitely have an impact, good or bad, the most significant impact is on the OC itself though, deviation in scores is possible as well I see smile.gif The drivers I had the best luck with in regards to pushing the memory was the 295.xx beta drivers, haven't got the foggiest to why it won't go above 1900, even with added mem + aux voltage.
I had to bump up my voltage +12mV to be game stable, but as suburban showed us, not everyone have to thumb.gif
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´That's a nice OC on such low voltage Suburban! Have you tested it in a game environment?
And a well thought out cooling solution for that card if I might add smile.gif

I ended up needing to bump the voltage up to 1.088V to make it game stable! At that voltage though the temps got a little high for sustained use. I was running at 86C after 1.5 hours of BF3. I ended up rolling back to 889MHz at 1.038V for everyday use.
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Sorry guys! I traded in my Gigabyte 570 Super Overclock (Which has the highest overclock in this thread that I've seen beside Capwn's volt modded 570) and as much as I didn't want to switch teams, I love the new card! I haven't been able to fully burn it in or max it's overclock yet, but it was definitely worth the upgrade! For a comparison, here's the difference between my 570 and my new Gigabyte 7950. After hopefully selling my old card, the 7950 will only cost me $75 out of pocket and will last until I decide to upgrade again, which will probably be next gen since the card is only 1 year old.
Various levels of my 570, comparing stock 570 clocks (732/1900), 950/2000 and 975/2300 (highest clock in this thread minus Capwn)


Gigabyte 7950 @ 1100 core 1400 memory

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I ended up needing to bump the voltage up to 1.088V to make it game stable! At that voltage though the temps got a little high for sustained use. I was running at 86C after 1.5 hours of BF3. I ended up rolling back to 889MHz at 1.038V for everyday use.
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Not unusual that it gets a little hungry, that's still a nice voltage for that clock speed.
@Shiromar, you traitor!
Just kidding, if I could unload my card and purchase a 79xx card, I'd happily do so, because that performance gain is awesome! Especially the minimum FPS impresses me. I always end up getting 17fps or so as a minimum and I can't seem to find out where I'm lacking. And then the upgrade price, lol $75 is a steal biggrin.gif What brand did you go with then?
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Not unusual that it gets a little hungry, that's still a nice voltage for that clock speed.
@Shiromar, you traitor!
Just kidding, if I could unload my card and purchase a 79xx card, I'd happily do so, because that performance gain is awesome! Especially the minimum FPS impresses me. I always end up getting 17fps or so as a minimum and I can't seem to find out where I'm lacking. And then the upgrade price, lol $75 is a steal biggrin.gif What brand did you go with then?

Lol, that's what my friends called me! A hefty overclock definitely helps, as even with my 570 you can see the minimum went up quite a bit. I would have went with a second 570, but then in the future I'm planning on expanding to either 3 monitors or 1440p, and the lack of Vram would be more of a hindrance than anything. I went with a Gigabyte 7950 since the Windforce x3 cooler amazed me with my 570. I wish they had a Super Overclock series this time around (without the silly 5x fan design) since it was definitely apparent that the 570 SOC outclassed all other cards (in my opinion, by the overclocks it got) Although I must say the difference between the two is somehow massive, as I ran my 570 on 100% with no noise issues at all, and the 7950 sounds like it could take off at any time biggrin.gif
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That's definitely where Nvidia lacks and where AMD picks up the slack! Vram and multimonitor support, and amazing pixel counts due to the increased bus width. And then the 7950 is at an affordable price range, actually in decrease in my area.
Lol, if I put the fans on my 570 on 100%, I can go to the other end of my house and listen to the jet engine reving up biggrin.gif the temps are amazing at that fan speed though, completely unbearable to be near unfortunately smile.gif
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