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New score in Unigine Heavens Benchmark 2.1:

Anyone think it'll be dangerous to run 1.112voltage 24/7? Been running it for a few days now. Highest temp is 75 on the hottest card.
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i think it's 1.2 that is the max i think there is a thread about voltage somewhere.


update: 1.0-1.1v seems to be the most people use so your in the area


p.s the Tempture seems avg with that voltage if not lower then most soo i believe(from what i've gathered) your safe but someone else could say different
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mine does 1ghz @ 1.087v allday errday on arkham asylum and the crysis 2 demo.

metro2033 forces a downclock to default if i get aim-crazy during intensive parts. at lower voltages it would crash out the game. actually i could go to 1.050V 24/7 if not for metro.

i tried 3dmark11 but it wont give me a score due to beta drivers (w tf)
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post #44 of 50
soo i guess the 1.0-1.1 is the mark for 24/7 longevity then.


<--- taking notes to (when i get my own 560ti) so that i can save time on lookin up XD.
Edited by JunkoXan - 3/6/11 at 7:36am
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I can now say I am stable at 1ghz on the core at 1.087v!!!

Memory is at 2200 and Im bumping it up to see what my max is.

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well the 560ti when it comes to memory several people hit 4900mhz even 5000mhz which is the maximum of what the chip can hold surprisingly.
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Just got a pair of the MSI N560GTX-TI Twin Frozr II. I never overclocked a GPU before but it seems the best test is the 99 loops of Crysis correct?

Are there any particular settings?

1920x1080? 1280x720? AA off/on?

I was able to get a full 99 loops, no artifacting or other problem running the benchmark at 1920x1080, everything set to high, with no AA at 1.025v, and 960/1920/2100. My max temps were 62C for the top card and 58C for the bottom.

This seems really good to me with only a 13mV increase from the stock 1012mV it was at. But again, should I be doing the Crysis loops with AA on or at a different res? My GPU usage for both cards were 97%+ throughout the entire 99 loops.

Edit: My current method of stability testing is 99 loops of Crysis at 1920x1080. If that passes, 1 hour of OCCT. At that point I consider it stable and do a run through of 3DMark 11 Performance Run.

Is this a good strategy?

I would like to do a Tutorial/How-to for overclocking the MSI 560s to help out other users. The more information I can get now the better I can make a tutorial.
Edited by ShaneS429 - 3/9/11 at 11:56pm
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***! how cool does this look ........ http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MSI-GTX-560-Ti...item3f07dd1061


wish i'd got that one now!
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Originally Posted by ShaneS429 View Post
Just got a pair of the MSI N560GTX-TI Twin Frozr II. I never overclocked a GPU before but it seems the best test is the 99 loops of Crysis correct?

Are there any particular settings?

1920x1080? 1280x720? AA off/on?

I was able to get a full 99 loops, no artifacting or other problem running the benchmark at 1920x1080, everything set to high, with no AA at 1.025v, and 960/1920/2100. My max temps were 62C for the top card and 58C for the bottom.

This seems really good to me with only a 13mV increase from the stock 1012mV it was at. But again, should I be doing the Crysis loops with AA on or at a different res? My GPU usage for both cards were 97%+ throughout the entire 99 loops.

Edit: My current method of stability testing is 99 loops of Crysis at 1920x1080. If that passes, 1 hour of OCCT. At that point I consider it stable and do a run through of 3DMark 11 Performance Run.

Is this a good strategy?

I would like to do a Tutorial/How-to for overclocking the MSI 560s to help out other users. The more information I can get now the better I can make a tutorial.
99 loops may not be needed but it does ensure stability within the games, as for OCCT as far as i read on GPU testing it was like 5-6 hours avg but several go 24 hours for stability.

crysis benchmark should be runned maxed out at around 1920x1080p if you can get that resolution, do a 3DMark 06 run and a 3DMark 11 run i hear 06 uses the GPU alot soo it's widely used for Performance benchmarking when benchmarking GPUs.


to whoever else that read this did i get the infomation correct? i wanna be sure
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After reading this extremely helpful post I managed to get my ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II at 950/1100 with 1.025 V.

I thought I was stable with those clocks and stock voltage but I figured quickly enough that it wasn't heheh.

Might bump it to 960/1150 at 1.025 V and see if it's running fine.
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