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post #11 of 29
They do not bin the SC versions...The 75MHZ increase is easy to achieve and....Any reg edition should be able to hit that without a problem...
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If i were to overclock the stock 570 to the same speed as the SC 570, would the temps and fan speeds be the same? Does nobody know the answer to this?

Yes, Only thing your changing is the gpu clocks. Since the core clock will be running a bit faster, it might raise temps by a hair or so.
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Yes, Only thing your changing is the gpu clocks. Since the core clock will be running a bit faster, it might raise temps by a hair or so.
Agreed. Nawon, unless you had both together at the same time, you'd hardly notice the difference. And even then, if you got the exact same cards, there can be a variance in temps amongst each other.

Suffice it to say, there shouldn't be anything to worry about. So long as you have enough room in your case along with sufficient cooling, ample power from your power supply, and buying from a reputable location, you will be happy.
     
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I would love to see one shred.
Not the exact article I was searching for, but you should get the drift.

From Sand to Silicon: the Making of a Chip - http://www.intel.com/pressroom/kits/...king/index.htm

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Class Testing
During this final test the processors will be tested for their key characteristics (among the tested characteristics are power dissipation and maximum frequency).

Binning
Based on the test result of class testing processors with the same capabilities are put into the same transporting trays.
You can Google to you hearts content. I've read many posts here about higher binned processors, both CPU's and GPU's.
post #15 of 29
Nah, they don't bin the 580's. I have a SC version and a Vanilla 580 and the vanilla one OC's better at lower voltages.
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I flashed my 570 to superclocked speeds ( stock VID .987, Rock solid stable ), and it did over 1 ghz core on the stock cooler..* ( at 1.2 core )
Could you please explain to me why this wasnt sold as a "superclock", since by your claim it was binned?..!!?

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Edited by Capwn - 3/20/11 at 2:48pm
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I flashed my 570 to superclocked speeds ( stock VID .987, Rock solid stable ), and it did over 1 ghz core on the stock cooler..
Could you please explain to me why this wasnt sold as a "superclock", since by your claim it was binned?..!!?
I agree. Just buy a standard one and overclock it yourself. I have a stock 570 that was purchased at launch an its been overclocked to 800mhz since I got it. Its been perfectly stable. I think the temps went up like 2 degrees. Save yourself the $10.
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Alright, thanks everyone for your help. Ill just get the "vanilla" 570 from newegg. Im buying now as i type this
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Not the exact article I was searching for, but you should get the drift.

From Sand to Silicon: the Making of a Chip - http://www.intel.com/pressroom/kits/...king/index.htm

You can Google to you hearts content. I've read many posts here about higher binned processors, both CPU's and GPU's.
EVGA do not bin the SC cards. See the second post in this thread:

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=771931&high=binned
     
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EVGA do not bin the SC cards. See the second post in this thread:

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=771931&high=binned
this
they may have used to bin cards, but they don't anymore
the SC cards are just to milk money outta you
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