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maybe re-TIM it? My card overclocked to 850/1700/2000 @ 1063v idles at 29c with 50% fan....67-68f room temps...

load in oc scanner for 15 minutes highest i saw was 64c with 70% fan

Yeah I'm only at 0.950v and hitting 88c w/Core799
 
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Niccceee after bit of tinkering, I managed to get 875/1750/2000 @ 1.050. I managed to lower voltage, and bump the core by 25Mhz, not really pushing memory though. I tested with EVGA OC scanner, furmark, few loops of crysis, 3 hours of metro "playing through campaign", heaven benchmark, stone giant, and the card didn't even break a sweat, it reached 71c at most and played everything superb. Very impressed with these GTX570's. smile.gif
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I have been experimenting with my Gigabyte GTX 570... Seems like the best I can do is 880/1760/2200 at 1.1 Volt. I think this one will last in OCCT GPU test. Not tested for a very long period. Seems fine in Crysis Warhead also.

However, I find that 850/1700/2000 at 1.063 Volts is more of a sweetspot for me (Tested okay in OCCT and Crysis Warhead). Like many others..

Also tried the EVGA bios that unlocks Voltage to 1.21 Volts. The highest I tried was 1.15 Volts... 920/1840 seemed okay (not tested for long) but 930/1860 was simply to much. I didn't bother to go past 1.15 Volts... Flashed back to my Gigabyte bios again, found that the extra Voltage needed to go past 880/1760 was not worth it.

Conclusion, will probably stick with 850/1700/2000. Don't think it's worth clocking mem past 2000, even though it seems fine at 2200 (Not tested past this). I guess I'm at GTX 580 comparable levels at my current clocks...

As a side note, at default voltage (0.975 Volts) my card would not pass OCCT without errors even at 800/1600.. Did not test any lower at that Voltage. Crysis seemed fine though. I'm guessing 780-790 will pass OCCT at Default Voltage. I'm not very impressed with how this card overclocks at default Voltage, however, I'm very impressed by its performance, and that extra boost going from default clocks up to 850/1700, with just a little added Voltage, putting it up in the GTX 580 performance range...
    
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Hmm was just about to post if my 570 @ 850/1700/2000 @ 1.063 was a decent overclock but it seems 80% of people are using the same OC and volts so im happy smile.gif
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Hello, I bought a PNY 570, but can't play with the voltage through msi afterburner although I checked the option for voltage editing. Any suggestions? smile.gif
    
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Originally Posted by zefs;11741641 
Hello, I bought a PNY 570, but can't play with the voltage through msi afterburner although I checked the option for voltage editing. Any suggestions? smile.gif


yes you can ! latest beta afterburner, ive got a pny as well, poor clocker, struggles to get over 800mhz with standard voltage

http://downloads.guru3d.com/Afterburner-2.1.0-Beta-5-download-2604.html

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Hello, I bought a PNY 570, but can't play with the voltage through msi afterburner although I checked the option for voltage editing. Any suggestions? smile.gif

yeah, as mentioned, you need the beta afterburner for voltage control on the gtx 570's
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Originally Posted by turrican9;11733574 
I have been experimenting with my Gigabyte GTX 570... Seems like the best I can do is 880/1760/2200 at 1.1 Volt. I think this one will last in OCCT GPU test. Not tested for a very long period. Seems fine in Crysis Warhead also.

However, I find that 850/1700/2000 at 1.063 Volts is more of a sweetspot for me (Tested okay in OCCT and Crysis Warhead). Like many others..

Also tried the EVGA bios that unlocks Voltage to 1.21 Volts. The highest I tried was 1.15 Volts... 920/1840 seemed okay (not tested for long) but 930/1860 was simply to much. I didn't bother to go past 1.15 Volts... Flashed back to my Gigabyte bios again, found that the extra Voltage needed to go past 880/1760 was not worth it.

Conclusion, will probably stick with 850/1700/2000. Don't think it's worth clocking mem past 2000, even though it seems fine at 2200 (Not tested past this). I guess I'm at GTX 580 comparable levels at my current clocks...

As a side note, at default voltage (0.975 Volts) my card would not pass OCCT without errors even at 800/1600.. Did not test any lower at that Voltage. Crysis seemed fine though. I'm guessing 780-790 will pass OCCT at Default Voltage. I'm not very impressed with how this card overclocks at default Voltage, however, I'm very impressed by its performance, and that extra boost going from default clocks up to 850/1700, with just a little added Voltage, putting it up in the GTX 580 performance range...

nice! at first I was annoyed and felt I got a bad overclocker but it seems others are getting the same as me so im happy

and near gtx580 stock levels is fine by me wink.gif
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Thanks guys, works with the new beta version.

@Balb0wa

What's your card's stock voltage? Mine is 0.975 and seems fine at 800/1600 smile.gif
    
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Thanks guys, works with the new beta version.

@Balb0wa

What's your card's stock voltage? Mine is 0.975 and seems fine at 800/1600 smile.gif

i have the superclocked version and stock voltage was 1050..kinda high

im stable at 850/1700/1950 with that voltage, but to run the memory at 2000, i need to bump it up a notch to 1063
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