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In sig, could push it a bit further but this does the trick.
Stock voltage.
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post #12 of 12
Got my gtx 560 ti (see below) stable under 3dmark11 at 950/2100. I had it up to 975/2100 where it seemed stable running msi kobustor and DX9 games, but 3Dmark11 hung windows 7 in a few seconds. I've yet to push up voltage or ram timing, for at this time its 'stock' 880/2100 is plenty fast for my needs. That twin frozr II cooler is amazing; never seen the card go past 55c on anything that I've done with it, plus it holds down those temps while remaining inaudiable in my system.
Edited by *AcidBath* - 2/9/11 at 1:34pm
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