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The GTX 560 series may not be the top of the line, but it is definitely affordable to mid-end gaming users.
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All GTX 560 series owners are welcome to join
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OVERCLOCKING ESSENTIALS:
1. Safe voltage for Fermi 114 GPUs (MSI 560 Ti/OC)
2. NEW! Unlocking voltage limit and flashing FERMI BIOS guide by aar0nsky

REQUIREMENTS for Enlistment:
Please provide screenshots for proof
1. GPU-Z 0.5.5 Validation (download mirrors)
2. MSI Afterburner Indicate GPU 3D-Load Voltage 2.2.0 Beta 8 (download mirrors)
3. 3dMark11 Graphics Score only v1.0.2 Performance PRESET (free user download mirrors)
*Note: Only Graphics score is considered to isolate GPU from CPU performance
4. NEW! Notepad
that includes OCN username, GPU Exact Model

THREAD STATISTICS:
Best seller:
MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC - 15 users
Top performer:
Single - GF110 - EVGA 560 Ti 448 Classified
Single - GF114 - EVGA 560 Ti DS SC
SLI - GF110 - EVGA 560 Ti 448 Classified
SLI - GF114 - MSI 560 Ti Hawk
Top Graphics Score:
SLI - GF110 - 13220 - TheSandman
SLI - GF114 - 11088 - stobeur
Single - GF110 - 6905 - Visa Declined
Single - GF114 - 5804 - aar0nsky
Highest Core Clock:
1100Mhz - EVGA 560 Ti DS SC
Highest Memory Clock:
2466Mhz - MSI 560 Ti Hawk
Highest Voltage:
1.230V - MSI 560 Ti Hawk

Club Member Count: 65
Newest Member: CanyonsOfStatic

3DMark11 Graphics Score Ranking/Members List
Graphics Score only - OCN NAME * GPU Model * Core/Memory Clock GPU 3D-Load V. * Driver

CLASS X
SLI Setup - GF110
13220 - TheSandman * EVGA 560 Ti 448 Classified * 950/2200Mhz 1.100V * 290.53

CLASS S
SLI Setup - GF114
11088 - stobeur * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1080/2466Mhz 1.230V * 285.62
10716 - chewdude * NVIDIA 560 Ti * 1050/2004Mhz 1.150V * 285.62
10618 - znarf * ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II * 1025/2150Mhz 1.125V * 285.62
10565 - Kenetic * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1020/2100Mhz 1.062V * 285.62
10465 - EmL * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1010/2350Mhz 1.150V * 290.36
10415 - solheimhltv * MSI 560 TFII/OC 2GB * 1040/2200Mhz 1.150V * 290.53
10412 - homless * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1021/2100Mhz 1.087V * 290.36
10410 - p33k * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1005/2250Mhz 1.150V * 290.53
10315 - FiveEYZ * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC + SOC * 985/2290Mhz 1.062V * 285.62
10313 - Jayce1971 * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1027/2275Mhz 1.120V * 280.26
10260 - sd_dracula * ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II TOP * 990/2200Mhz 1.125V * 285.62
10117 - IrishV8 * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC + EVGA 560 Ti * 1005/2300Mhz 1.125V * 290.36
9922 - LSeed * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC * 975/2151Mhz 1.150V * 290.53
9860 - alex lap * ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II * 950/2150Mhz 1.100V * 290.53
9848 - Reloaded83 * Galaxy 560 Ti + MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 950/2100Mhz 1.075V * 285.79
9807 - Ilaylowfoshow * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC 2GB* 950/2200Mhz 1.050V * 290.53
9569 - Fasista * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 925/2196Mhz ?V * 285.38
9503 - Hursty * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC * 950/2000Mhz 1.050V * 285.62
9403 - AMD_Freak * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 922/2125Mhz 1.025V * 290.53
9363 - CBZ323 * PNY XLR8 560 Ti OC * 930/2090 Mhz 1.012V * 285.79
9360 - Boyd * Galaxy 560 Ti GC * 910/2000 Mhz 0.987V * 285.62
8940 - delavan * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 880/2100Mhz ?V * 285.38
8521 - BLACKBIRD002 * EVGA 560 * 925/2105Mhz ?V * 285.62

CLASS F
Singe GPU - GF110
6905 - Visa Declined * EVGA 560 Ti 448 Classified * 960/2202Mhz 1.10V * 290.36

CLASS C
Single GPU - GF114
5804 - aar0nsky * EVGA 560 Ti DS SC * 1100/2410Mhz 1.212V * 285.62
5703 - LilScrappyD * PNY 560 Ti * 1085/2250Mhz 1.150V * 285.62
5636 - kumquat * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC * 1060/2300Mhz 1.150V * 290.53
5607 - captkirk1 * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1060/2100Mhz 1.100V * 285.62
5578 - Caleal * EVGA 560 Ti FPB * 1075/2350Mhz 1.175V * 285.62
5500 - tcaughey * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1060/2350Mhz 1.150V * 285.62
5469 - eGGe * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1030/2350Mhz 1.087V * 285.62
5451 - tjbridge * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1060/2325Mhz 1.168V * 285.38
5440 - fatlardo * NVIDIA Reference 560 Ti * 1030/2400Mhz 1.150V * 285.62
5435 - GeforceGTS * ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II TOP * 1025/2100Mhz 1.150V * 285.79
5387 - kbrandon1 * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1020/2200Mhz 1.112V * 285.62
5377 - ichoudhry1 * ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II * 1015/2100Mhz 1.125V * 285.62
5314 - spinejam * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 1000/2300Mhz ?V * 285.38
5292 - Tyus * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1000/2150Mhz 1.075V * 285.62
5250 - wanako * EVGA 560 Ti SC * 1000/2200Mhz 1.075V * 290.36
5210 - torsp * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1000/2150Mhz 1.1V * 275.33
5203 - Insan1tyOne * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1000/2300Mhz 1.087V * 304.48
5194 - drewisblue* EVGA 560 Ti DS * 1000/2350Mhz 1.1V * 285.62
5185 - spinejam* MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1000/2300Mhz 1.1V * 275.33
5153 - Zanklont* MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 985/2285Mhz 1.075V * 285.62
5124 - Zeek* EVGA 560 Ti * 1000/2150Mhz 1.075V * 285.79
5090 - Mtemtko * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC * 1005/2245Mhz 1.090V * 285.62
5065 - CanyonsOfStatic * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC * 975/2150Mhz 1.15V * 295.51
5055 - PsyTech * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC 2GB * 1000/2200Mhz 1.062V * 301.42
5035 - 0mar32 * MSI 560 Ti Hawk * 980/2200Mhz 1.07V * 285.38
5017 - Aazelion * Gigabyte 560 Ti 1GI * 950/2100Mhz 1.075V * 285.62
4985 - spice003 * ASUS 560 Ti DirectCU II * 970/2004Mhz 1.025V * 285.79
4961 - X-Country Dude96 * EVGA 560 Ti * 950/2400Mhz 1.05V * 285.38
4942 - poyyiee * WinFast 560 Ti OC * 950/2200Mhz 1.05V * 285.62
4933 - 996gt2 * ASUS 560 DirectCU II OC * 1075/2300Mhz 1.212V * 295.73
4886 - WC_EEND * Gainward 560 Ti Phantom 2 * 955/2103Mhz 1.000V * 285.62
4825 - Sharky[SVN] * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC * 950/2100Mhz 1.062V * 285.62
4785 - derpy_hooves * Sparkle 560 Calibre * 1042/2244Mhz 1.087V * 290.53
4779 - Hursty * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC * 925/2000Mhz 1.025V * 285.79
4696 - gerickjohn * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 880/2100Mhz 1.012 V * 301.42
4646 - AliasDanny * Gigabyte 560 Ti OC * 925/2010Mhz 1.025V * 285.62
4609 - skyline_king88 * ZOTAC 560 * 1003/2130Mhz 1.1V * 285.62
4568 - jdmfish * ASUS 560 DCII OC * 985/2180Mhz 1.087V * 285.62
4516 - skyline385 * ASUS 560 DirectCU * 960/2350Mhz 1.050V * 295.51
4297 - goku5868 * MSI 560 * 930/2200Mhz ?V * 290.53
4205 - REAPER XD * ASUS 560 DC* 930/2200Mhz 1.025V * 285.62
xxxx - golfergolfer * MSI 560 Ti TFII/OC * 1000/2200Mhz 1.075V * 285.38

I will try my best to answer your issues/concerns.
Please send me a private message if I was not able to enlist you or update your entry within seven days.
Thank you guys for making this club a great one! More power and have a great 2012 everyone!
 

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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
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Originally Posted by X-Country Dude96;15287452
EVGA GTX 560 Ti GPU-Z Validation May I join?
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. Oh, and do you think you could make a club signature when you find time? I think it'd be nice
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I'll try my best by this weekend.
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MSI GTX 560Ti Twin Frozr II I will join this for now
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(just a tiny over clock on the card now, just enough to run BF3 on high settings
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) just tell me if there is anything else i have to do, and i like the idea of a sig if u have time
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I updated the requirements, hope it isn't too much.

Ok, here is my sample. CPU-Z will follow, i only have [email protected], NVIDIA 285.38 BETA
I can support 1920x1080 the standard resolution for a Full HD
3DMark11 Score: P5603 MSI GTX 560Ti Hawk @1060/2325 1.168v[/B]
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Nice to get a thread like this!
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Got one question:
Is it normal that when running prime and furmark at the same time, the GPU usage is bouncing from 70% to 99% and everything there between all the time. When only running furmark, the gpu usage is at constant 98% (as it should be).
 

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I don't run prime and furmark at the same time.
But I believe furmark eats part of the CPU/RAM. So when prime is squeezing everything on the CPU/RAM, furmark cannot function fully due to lack of processing capability.
 

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I don't run prime and furmark at the same time.
But I believe furmark eats part of the CPU/RAM. So when prime is squeezing everything on the CPU/RAM, furmark cannot function fully due to lack of processing capability.
Yeah, that's what I thought. Just wanted a confirmation
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Count me in, still waiting for benchmark results. MSI GTX 560Ti Hawk.

Screenshots to follow !!
 

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@spinejam,
How did you change your computer's font like that and what's the name of that font ??
 

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Here's the Screenshot containing all the requirements.

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to give fair ranking list to everyone, I am isolating the GPU in 3dMark11 benchmark by looking only at the graphics score since we differ in CPUs.

Please provide a 3DMark11 result link if you don't have a paid version of it.
 

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to give fair ranking list to everyone, I am isolating the GPU in 3dMark11 benchmark by looking only at the graphics score since we differ in CPUs.

Please provide a 3DMark11 result link if you don't have a paid version of it.

OK then remove my graphics score as I will make a new bench, will post results if I can
 

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I had my GTX 560 TI 2GB version oc'd to 1Ghz core at 1.1v, I thought it was stable but it ended up crashing after a few hours of Orcs Must Die.

I don't like the idea of putting the voltage over 1.1v when my card doesn't monitor vram temps, so I have backed it down to 975 on the core at 1.1v

I'll put up some pics when I get home, I'm at work now.
 

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hey got a zotac gtx 560 will post pics and bench soon... but i was wondering what max core was msi will let it go to 1.15 and was wondering if that was safe

The MSI afterburner beta allows up to 1.2v vcore. They wouldn't allow it if they know it would burn your card. But you should only use it at very short durations, preferrably during benchmark as we all know that higher voltage degrades the chip. Be careful that the benchmarks does not reach above 90-95c. So you should return it to lower voltage after that.
 
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