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    EVGA is a company known for pushing high overclocks on their graphics cards and today's GTX 560 Ti Superclocked (SC) version is no exception. With some fantastic horsepower under the hood for the price, and coupled with a strong factory overclock, the EVGA GTX 560 Ti SC looks to offer a great product to gamers on a modest budget.



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    Great review Jake pretty nice card from EVGA, and they do have the best warranty not to mention the upgrade deal.

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    Decent price, limited lifetime warranty, advanced RMA program, you can't go wrong with EVGA.

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    Nice card, great review as always, thanks Jake

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    I would love to know the default voltage on your sample.

    I ordered mine towards the very beginning of release and it's VID's 1.062. The card refuses to go over 900Mhz and does the whole whine/buzz thing in 3D.

    It also seems to be putting out a tremendous amount of heat...near 470 heat.

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    Hi Jodiuh, welcome to PureOC!

    Your situation doesn't sound normal. I experienced no such issues during testing. No buzzing or whining at all, and temps were fairly respectable as you can see in the review's temperature chart.

    It's very possible you received a defective card. Doesn't happen too often, but it does indeed happen.

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    Wow! That's crazy...answering my post so fast and so nicely. I got banned from Hardocp recently for picking a fight w/ Kyle. =)

    So here's what my card looks like...



    So temps look the same. Well, I don't know what ambient or if you kicked GPU usage load up to 99% and unticked the limiter in your stress test (oc scanner from evga has such options). I also don't know your case situation, but I can show you mine...



    Intake: 3 Scythe SFLEX E 1200 RPM
    Middle: 2 Scythe SFLEX E 1200 RPM
    Exhaust: 2 Artic Cooling AF12's 1500 RPM

    So there's plenty of flow going on. But I can tell you the amount of heat coming out rivals my previous 470. It kicks up my office temps from 24C to 27C at the same time when playing BC2. I hate to be without a card for awhile, but I suppose it's worth it.

    For a very brief time, I had a 6870 and while not as snappy in BC2, it sipped power...very, very low heat output. Less than a 460 1GB actually.

    Good job on review!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    Great review Jake pretty nice card from EVGA, and they do have the best warranty not to mention the upgrade deal.
    Customer service 24/7 too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post
    Wow! That's crazy...answering my post so fast and so nicely. I got banned from Hardocp recently for picking a fight w/ Kyle. =)

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    Haha!

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    Ya, we're a laid back bunch here, hope you enjoy your stay!

    VERY nice case setup you have there, outstanding internals, wow. Great layout, well done!

    It's possible your GPU fan isn't ramping up as much on Auto. Try manually setting the fan to about 40% and see what results you get. I found in the past that manually tweaking the speed make a huge difference rather than relying on the Auto profile built into the card BIOS.

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    Thanks. I'm actually moving everything into an R3 here shortly. No more lights, no more window, no more noise! Probably roast a video card, but that's what EVGA's for, right?

    The fan goes up to about 53%. If I manually toss it up to 100%, it'll hover around 65C. I don't really care about the temps, just the amount of heat pouring out.

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