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Why is everyone stuck on hitting 1GHz? The difference between 1000MHz and 970MHz is like.... half a FPS on a game.

As for power consumption, most media tested our cards using the same batch of shipment that came in when the card launched. The reviews in general was either power consumption in line with reference card, or even lower. Power consumption under overclocking wasn't extreme, either.
Well I just know thats what clocks it takes to closely match a 570 performance wise, but I guess all the reviews vary because the one I read showed the Gigabyte SOC (which is at 1000 core) just barely keeps up with a stock 570.

But now I look at that link Booty posted and shows the stock 560 to be much better than the other reviews are saying.

Everything is conflicting...
post #22 of 30
I personally dislike how even EVGA chose a brown PCB for the 560. I was going to get it, but IMO it's butt-ugly. I say MSI because of the AM cooler. I really never had problems with warranties or DOAs from any company. Either I'm lucky, or everyone else just gets bad-egg parts.
 
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i got my twin frozr 560 two days ago and i run it at 880 for throughout the day at around 29C but when i overclock it to 1020 with 1.025 Vcore it run at 65C under max load...max temps at 1003 and 1.00V are 60C and stock 880 temps max out at 56C...this is considering i have ONE right now and an 8800gt (which runs at 85C under load and 65C idle) right beneath it...

I say go with the Twin Frozr cuz it looks bad@$$ but also note that the twin frozr has a bendy kinda pcb...like it noticibly flexes in my case...the end is 2mm lower than the front...but it seems to be doing just fine
    
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Awesome clocks!
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I've had mine for a week-and-a-half and it runs at 950MHz at stock voltage (1V), and 1000MHz at 1.1V. I haven't pushed the memory any higher than 2100; never found the need to.

Still runs ridiculously cool (max ~60C after BOINC/SETI@home for a few days at 950MHz).
post #27 of 30
Just grabbed 2 X 560Ti Twin Frozr II OC for SLI goodness...I returned a GTX590 that was running warm and throttled... I paid $230 per card and i'll be playing at 1680 x 1050 or 1080P, so the GTX590 was overkill...

Can't wait to get those 2 cards!!!
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Originally Posted by Booty Warrior View Post
If the 1GHz oc is the absolute most important thing then just grab a Gigabyte and be done imo. Obviously there's no way to guarantee OC results.

Still, even stock a 560Ti is only a few steps behind a 570. Any of these OC models will perform very well, but in the end you get what you pay for. If you're so bent on 570 performance... well, why not just spring for the 570?
going by your anadtech link, oc'ing my 560 to 1000+mhz made a HUGE difference. i just ran the dirt2 bench, max settings 1920x1080 4xaa, and i got 98.6fps average. the gtx570 got 96.3.


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mine runs fine at 1000

from another thread:



that does seem to be a bit high. ill try kombuster if itll make a difference... but i ran furmark stress test and my temp maxed at 68c.


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Originally Posted by MSIalex View Post
Why is everyone stuck on hitting 1GHz? The difference between 1000MHz and 970MHz is like.... half a FPS on a game.

As for power consumption, most media tested our cards using the same batch of shipment that came in when thecard launched. The reviews in general was either power consumption in line with reference card, or even lower. Power consumption under overclocking wasn't extreme, either.
i went from the stock 880 to 1026. i think people are stuck on the 1ghz+ mark because we all know its possible... and it would be nice to oc the card to its fullest potential.
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post #29 of 30
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Twin Frozr II is an amazing cooler (I use 2 of them myself ). If the warranty isn't a big deal, then I'd definitely recommend MSI. It may or may not hit 1Ghz (if the 460s are anything to go by I'd bet it would), but it will run very cool and quiet.
The MSI Fwin Frozr 560 I had for all of 4 days before I upgraded to a 570 was really solid. I hit 1000mhz no problem with about an hour of tinkering. Furmark, OCCT and heaven stable.

It stays crazy cool too, but if my fans hit like 60% on the TFII cooler there was an odd turbulence noise, kind of like a chopping sound... as if the fans were running at different speeds, or one was larger than the other. I don't know but it was weird. Made me cap my fans at 55% regardless of temps...

Im sound sensitive though, most people probably wouldn't notice. And it looks sexy as all get out.
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post #30 of 30
if your really looking for a lifetime warranty, go with the sparkle model. its cheaper than the evga and its the same exact card. also it comes with a lifetime warranty.

but twin frozr is definately the best cooler. if your super patient you might find one open box on newegg.
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