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I agree with that member and think he is right.
Haha of course you do. I'm still feeling negative on the classified, this is the one 570 where everyone agree's it's excellent.
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Alright well good luck with the further advice/opinions. Everybody keep in mind that he is planning SLI and his cards would have no space between them, severely hurting their air intake. This picture from the first post in this thread should also be cause for concern for anyone recommending these cards in a sandwiched SLI configuration.

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Alright well good luck with the further advice/opinions. Everybody keep in mind that he is planning SLI and his cards would have no space between them.
Ha ha I wasn't doubting you, I was hoping you were wrong
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Ha ha I wasn't doubting you, I was hoping you were wrong
Ha, I wasn't offended but this part isn't exactly helping your case. I was agreeing that getting more information or opinions isn't ever a bad idea. I pointed out a couple other things in my above post.
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I agree with that member and think he is right.
Hmmm, enlighten me. Seems I have seen pics of these in SLI before. What makes these have any more problems in SLI that other 570s?

Never mind......
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Hmmm, enlighten me. Seems I have seen pics of these in SLI before. What makes these have any more problems in SLI that other 570s?

Never mind......
I'm disappointed my board has this flaw, I'm definitely going to watch for it in the future.
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I must admit I was baiting Juano into pointing it out first. Sorry Juano....

The problem became evident to me as I installed the TFIII in my single card system. The clearance between the TFIII fans and any adjacent card is TIGHT.

How tight is it?

I have a PCI-USB low-profile card installed next to the TFIII. When I first installed the TFIII the fans were striking the solder "nibs" on the backside or TFIII side of the PCI-USB card. The nibs were unecessarily long and protruded above the actual solder joint so I used a Dremel tool to grind them down flush with the actual solder joint.

That is how tight the clearance is. If the PCI-USB card was not low-profile card it would block much of the "outside" fan on the TFIII card.
Edited by Muad Dib - 10/10/11 at 10:12am
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Hi all!

First of all, I'm Spanish and my english is not very good, so sorry if I don't say the things like I should.

The problem is that I've got this fantastic graphics card, the GTX 570 Twin Frozr III, and I want to OC it, not much because I want it to stay in low temperatures (lower than 70º if possible) and also don't want to affect his lifetime... What I want to ask you is what settings have I to put in the Afterburner 2.2.0 Beta 8, because I don't understand the new voltage control system, and I also can't see which is the actual voltage of the card, and I would like to know where to look at to see the voltage. I'm thinking of an OC of 830-850Mhz of the core clock, and the shader clock will go higher as I increase it (Am I correct?).

Your help is much appreciated, thanks a lot!!
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As a new TFIII owner, just like me, I suggest you read the After Burner user guide (I did) while trying out the various control/adjustment settings. This will familiarize you with the interface controls.

Voltages are adjusted as mV OFFSETS from the cards baseline voltages (+5 is 5 mV above the cards default). To see the absolute value one way is to check the graph/monitoring window's maximum values/

If you have the Core and Shader clocks linked (the default) the shader clock will increase/decrease with the Core clock.

You will need a test/benchmark program to check to see if your changes are stable. I used the Unigine Heaven benchmark with 60-90 minute runs to see if changes were successful.

Start by keeping the "stock"/default Core Voltage and raise the Core clock by 5-10MHz (I used 10MHz). Run the Unigine Heaven bechmark and see if it aborts.

If the Unigine Heaven benchmark ends in an abort (black screen or other halt and reset of the card) then the voltage is too low for the clock speed settings.

You may find you can reach 800MHz+ on the Core at stock voltage. Then if you want to you can start adjusting voltages in 5-6mV increments and re-run the test.

You will probably reach your personal limit on fan noise/temperature before you reach the cards maximum voltage.

There are a LOT of other posts with detailed information in this thread. I know, I read all of them. You can use the search feature to find other detailed information.

Good luck! Enjoy the card, I know that I do!
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Ok thanks!! I have read many posts, but no one of them has the information that I want, I will have to read ALL the posts. Anyway, when I find what I want I will tell you which is the configuration I'm going to adjust.

Bye, thanks!
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