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Poll Results: Which GTX 560 Ti did you go with?

 
  • 13% (12)
    EVGA FPB 850Mhz
  • 9% (8)
    EVGA SC 900Mhz
  • 3% (3)
    Gigabyte OC 900Mhz
  • 17% (15)
    Gigabyte SOC 1000Mhz
  • 33% (29)
    MSI TF2 880Mhz
  • 5% (5)
    Asus DCII 830Mhz
  • 2% (2)
    Asus DCII 900Mhz
  • 0% (0)
    Galaxy 835Mhz
  • 0% (0)
    Galaxy White PCB
  • 5% (5)
    Palit Single Fan 822Mhz
  • 1% (1)
    Palit Dual Fan 822Mhz
  • 1% (1)
    Palit Dual Fan 900Mhz
  • 1% (1)
    Zotac 850Mhz
  • 3% (3)
    PNY 822Mhz
  • 2% (2)
    Sparkle 820Mhz
87 Total Votes  
post #11 of 41
Yeah, the 460 was so friggin loud. Wasn't a huge issue when my system sat under my desk but now it sits up top a foot and a half from my ear. At load I could hear the fan past my g930 headset with the volume cranked.
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Q: Hello, I recently purchased an SC in hopes of receiving a cherry chip, but noticed the voltage up very high. It's @ 1.062V and can reach 81C in OC Scanner wo/ power delay mode enabled in 21C ambient temps. So I wondered if these chips were binned at all. Or did it just get a voltage bump? Thanks!

A: Hello, Settings other then clock rates can be adjusted as well. Many of the overclock cards will run at a higher voltage then a card with stock clocks. The temperatures you are getting in OC scanner should be perfectly fine. The card is rated to 105c. Thank you, EVGA

Tech: SK

Q: So are the cards binned for cherry chips like below? http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/...e-black-pearls Are the SC's all set to 1.062V? Thank you.

A: Hello, The cards are tested to verify they can run at the overclockeed settings. The voltages can be different from card to card however. Thank you, EVGA

Tech: SK

Q: So it takes 1.062V for my particular card to hit 900Mhz? That seems crazy high when compared to a host of other samples I've seen from other vendors doing this @ 1V. It's also quite a bit hotter and putting out quite a bit more heat than the others. Could you give me an example of a range of voltages used for the SC's?

A: Unfortunately we do not have this information available for distribution.

Tech: JC
post #13 of 41
Thread Starter 
From that, I figured they didn't test and were just tossing out canned responses. So I decided to try 1V today and it's perfectly stable. We'll see how they explain that tomorrow...either way, it seems they do not test.

Any SC users w/ different VID's?
Edited by Jodiuh - 2/15/11 at 8:34pm
post #14 of 41
Thread Starter 
Oh yeah...

If you guys wanna list your VID's, OC settings, temps, etc, I'll be happy to update the first post as well as take suggestions from all of you. I'd really like to see something like this...
post #15 of 41
I'm not surprised that the tech didn't give out much info, and I'm not hopeful that you'll get much of an answer to your undervolt findings.

I think someone on the Nvidia forum made a thread specifically for GTX 560 VIDs, if I remember correctly, but that might've died. As for me, I had a stock VID of 1V, and ran 950Mhz stable at that. I just straight up pushed to 1.05V and am stable at 980MHz. I could probably optimize and drop the voltage a fair amount and stay at these clocks. 1.15V produces crashes, and I doubt I can push much further without VRM sinks.

UPDATE: I started toying with it a little bit. I didn't want to overvolt to more than 1.05V for a small overclock, so I worked my way down in volts. The lowest I could go was 1.025V which I'm at right now, with a seemingly max stable of 970 core through OCCT for a few minutes, a full run of 3DMark11, and some BC2 gameplay. I bumped the memory to 2200 for the hell of it; nothing happened during BC2, so I'm guessing it's good.

AFAIK, memory OC's don't help much with framerates; at least, not at 1080p. Am I mistaken?
Edited by EfemaN - 2/15/11 at 11:34pm
post #16 of 41
Thread Starter 
Not sure, try it out?

You can edit the spreadsheet up top if you like w/ your settings. I'm happy to have moved it down to 1.000V for now though.
post #17 of 41
All stock after 15 minutes of OC Scanner.



I've pushed core to 960 at stock voltage and it's still plenty stable but all stock is my 24/7 setting.
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post #18 of 41
Thread Starter 
Nice...so they do adjust voltage a little bit. Still, if mine's ok @ 1.000V w/ stock clocks, I bet yours could go even lower...987 perhaps?
post #19 of 41
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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post
Q: Hello, I recently purchased an SC in hopes of receiving a cherry chip, but noticed the voltage up very high. It's @ 1.062V and can reach 81C in OC Scanner wo/ power delay mode enabled in 21C ambient temps. So I wondered if these chips were binned at all. Or did it just get a voltage bump? Thanks!

A: Hello, Settings other then clock rates can be adjusted as well. Many of the overclock cards will run at a higher voltage then a card with stock clocks. The temperatures you are getting in OC scanner should be perfectly fine. The card is rated to 105c. Thank you, EVGA

Tech: SK

Q: So are the cards binned for cherry chips like below? http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/...e-black-pearls Are the SC's all set to 1.062V? Thank you.

A: Hello, The cards are tested to verify they can run at the overclockeed settings. The voltages can be different from card to card however. Thank you, EVGA

Tech: SK

Q: So it takes 1.062V for my particular card to hit 900Mhz? That seems crazy high when compared to a host of other samples I've seen from other vendors doing this @ 1V. It's also quite a bit hotter and putting out quite a bit more heat than the others. Could you give me an example of a range of voltages used for the SC's?

A: Unfortunately we do not have this information available for distribution.

Tech: JC
Thanks for posting this. Before reading your post here I was somewhat of an evga fanboi, but no longer. IMO they are ripping off customers by doing what is essentially a voltage mod to hit the OCs of their 'higher tier' (and higher priced) cards. As you know, anyone can do this mod with a stock card and probably get the same OC. I am soooo glad I went with msi and got an honest purchase: 880 OC @ 1.000v; I too would have assumed that if I paid for an overclocked card that its chip would have been binned for that OC.

At least I know through your experience that it's probably 24/7 safe to run a 560 at 1.062v (at least according to evga), though I really don't need to at this time.
post #20 of 41
I have just purchesed the Gigabyte SOC 1000Mhz , have to wait for the rest of the components 2 be delivered though b4 i can use it
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