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580 ssc
Wouldent the Hydro copper 2 OC better? Thats what I got told at the evga forums. Just curious.

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isn't there a 580 somewhere whose PCB is filled with VRM's? I think it had like 14 phases or something like that. See if you can find that one.
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This is probably luck, but I have an MSI and Galaxy 580s, both on EK(Acetal/Nickel) Blocks and @1.1v they run up to 952 stable and can both hit 990+ on 1.212v(Although I am afraid of not being able to monitor the other non-core components to run this 24/7).

In the end I flashed the BIOS of both cards to MSI(The Galaxy Bios was glitch, idk y) @ 1.1v and 902Mhz/Stock Memory
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This has something to do with drivers aswell i believe. i had the 265.90 drivers install and i was able to run stable at 900/1800/2200 1.088v. Yesterday after installing the new beta drivers 266.44 and keeping the same setting i was not able to run a game like mass effect or crysis for more than a minute before it crashes, now i have to run at 1.113v to get it stable.

just out of curiosity, went back to the old drivers lower the voltage and indeed it was the drivers.
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post #15 of 21
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580 lightning? yeah I know that I used to have asus non-reference cards.
So you think as time go's on there will be more non-reference cards avalible?
Is the 580 Asus card thats out a non-reference? does anybody know what the max Voltage that can be used on that one is?

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isn't there a 580 somewhere whose PCB is filled with VRM's? I think it had like 14 phases or something like that. See if you can find that one.
This sounds good what brand? it would be hard to find without knowing that!

Thanks all!

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This has something to do with drivers aswell i believe. i had the 265.90 drivers install and i was able to run stable at 900/1800/2200 1.088v. Yesterday after installing the new beta drivers 266.44 and keeping the same setting i was not able to run a game like mass effect or crysis for more than a minute before it crashes, now i have to run at 1.113v to get it stable.

just out of curiosity, went back to the old drivers lower the voltage and indeed it was the drivers.
I feel like when drivers change whether or not you OC is stable you are on the edge of stability anyway. I would probably just keep the 1.113v even going back to the old drivers.

Also make sure you benchmark your OC because while an OC may not cause a crash if it is unstable it can cause a decrease in performance.
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post #17 of 21
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So it needs to be a reference card for a waterblock dosent it, ok so what are my options? is the Asus out of the question? they only have one card out ATM.
I mean which one allows the highest voltage?(are they all the same the reference cards?) Does anyone know the max voltge for the Asus 580? and MSI 580?

I was a ATI man before this and I allways went for Asus Non-reference Voltage controll cards, because to my knowledge they allowed the highest voltage.

So any Ideas?

Also Is overclocking Nvidia cards much different to ATI? someone said something about setting things in the bios?
Is that the same as say smart doctor? or is that like a bios like the PC bios?

Sorry guys alot of questions but im learning!

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Edited by Sir Overkill - 1/5/11 at 12:07pm
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isn't there a 580 somewhere whose PCB is filled with VRM's? I think it had like 14 phases or something like that. See if you can find that one.
Can anybody give more info on this?
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Makes Zero difference what brand except for non reference coolers, most cards will easily hit EVGA SC speeds for example so there is next to no binning happening in reality.


New GTX580 OC Database here
https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?...CNKMlasC#gid=0
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isn't there a 580 somewhere whose PCB is filled with VRM's? I think it had like 14 phases or something like that. See if you can find that one.
Um... I doubt this has validity.
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