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I'm sure there are alot of people here who are interested or will be interested in the GTX560 Ti, SO if you own the card, Please share your Experience with it.

Details such as the Overclocking ability, Temperatures and Noise would be appreciated.
Edited by th3illusiveman - 2/8/11 at 9:01pm
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You have a 460?
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For starters fix your thread title onwers = owners
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You have a 460?
Nah bro, i sold it.
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For starters fix your thread title onwers = owners
Noted, Thanks
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I am watching this thread
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Not sure if these speeds are correct.

I just got the card today. Uninstalled Nvidia drivers and physx powered down switched cards powered up and windows didn't couldn't install software so I disk'd it up and installed the drivers Dx11 and Precision. If it's the right settings I don't see why others are crying about hitting 1000 core

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Probably not a good idea to install anything off that months old disc. Eg. That's an older version of precision than what's available on EVGA's site.

So no. Your 560 is not running at 1700Mhz. :/

The latest afterburner from guru3d offers voltage, speed, and fan controls.

My EVGA SC has a default voltage of 1.062 iirc. I have not bothered to clock it yet as there's nothing I wanna play right now.

Get here Crysis 2!!!

Its very quiet and maxed at 81c in 21c ambient temps. Fan on auto at 50%.



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Not sure if these speeds are correct.

I just got the card today. Uninstalled Nvidia drivers and physx powered down switched cards powered up and windows didn't couldn't install software so I disk'd it up and installed the drivers Dx11 and Precision. If it's the right settings I don't see why others are crying about hitting 1000 core

Be an informed consumer. EVGA GTX560 Ti FPB version has core clock at 850 and the shader clock at 1700.
I think it is that outdated EVGA Advance Graphic Tuning utility that is the culprit. Try to use Precision instead.

EVGA link: http://www.evga.com/articles/00609/
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Yea figured that one out.
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I posted this in another thread, but here it is again:

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).

My power meter says up to ~400W being drawn from the outlet with my GTX 560 Ti running looped 3DMark11 at 1000/2000/1100 (core/shader/memory) @ 1.1V.
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