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I have a gtx 570 twin frozr 3....

Currently I am at 900 mhz / 1800 mhz / 2000 mhz.

Currently I have it increased by .112mv so I am sitting at about 1.112 volts.

My question is, can I OC further? What is the point where I should stop at?
 

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Anything over 1.1v is pass GTX570 MAX voltage. You can push it if your temps are fine.
 

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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

Anything over 1.1v is pass GTX570 MAX voltage. You can push it if your temps are fine.
so I'm already at the limit? My max temps are like 60 degrees celcius during gaming..
 

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The settings you're at is what I run mine at, though 1.1v. Any higher than 900 and I get major driver stability issues, not temp related. I have not unlocked my cards to do 1.2v however. I'd rather not do this as I get a rather annoying coil whine from one or both cards (possibly power supply) when both are under 100% load. I don't see that getting better with more voltage, as at stock settings, I do not get the coil whine.
 

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The settings you're at is what I run mine at, though 1.1v. Any higher than 900 and I get major driver stability issues, not temp related. I have not unlocked my cards to do 1.2v however. I'd rather not do this as I get a rather annoying coil whine from one or both cards (possibly power supply) when both are under 100% load. I don't see that getting better with more voltage, as at stock settings, I do not get the coil whine.
So are you at +100 mV on msi afterburner?
 
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