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    Default Geforce GTX 560 Ti

    Well i am using EVGA precision, for my over clocking of my GPU, still new to OCing, should i be useing something else?

    also my temps never go above 40c when i am gaming.





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    that or afterburner ..both work fine

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    You are on the right track. Just keep a close eye on your temps when oc'ing a gpu and go up in increments. They are much more sensitive than a cpu.
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    Just watch for Artifacting or tearing in the games you play and back it down
    when it starts.

    And temps as pointed out.

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    Default Re: Geforce GTX 560 Ti

    safe temps would be around??? 40c and i have my memory shadier maxed out using the evga, does after-burn work any different?


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    Default Re: Geforce GTX 560 Ti

    Quote Originally Posted by Lurkinwilli View Post
    safe temps would be around??? 40c and i have my memory shadier maxed out using the evga, does after-burn work any different?
    Not running Nvidia at the moment but (Loaded) temps would keep under 75c if possible.
    Idle, where it falls.

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    Default Re: Geforce GTX 560 Ti

    I have 1 that idles around 31c the other is around 40c ...but thats the way my setup is I have a 120mm fan blowing into the bottom GPU, I think I remember seeing somewhere around 70c is safe but dont quote me on that. I find if I run my GPUs around 920-940mhz they are happy and temps stay within reason, I havent found a game that I cant run on ultra while in SLI SLI 560ti is better then the new AMD offerings but I only run 2 monitors 1 for gaming the other for other BS after burner is made by MSI /EVGA makes the other they do the same thing I just find the afterburner easier to use.

    stand corrected

    Nvidia states 99c as max http://uk.geforce.com/hardware/deskt...specifications
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    Your temps are fine,

    Had a 285 back a few years ago.
    That wasHOT, idle and loaded, but highly clocked.

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    sweet thank u for the temp update looks like i can mess around a bit more, i so want to order another 560ti im using a 9800gt as a physics card (or at least i think i am)


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    program to test Vid cards?


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    3D 11 is the one I use.

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    same 3D mark 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by PC_User View Post
    SLI 560ti is better then the new AMD offerings
    I don't think this is accurate. Pretty sure the HD 7950 way out preforms two 560 ti's.

    Check out this review of a 7950: http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1430.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    I don't think this is accurate. Pretty sure the HD 7950 way out preforms two 560 ti's.

    Check out this review of a 7950: http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1430.html
    that test is with a single 560 TI and the 7950 is OCed so to compare you should OC the 560ti to 950mhz the normal OC on most all 560ti not to mention the 3gb of ram on the AMD =1 gb ram on the Nvidia x2

    http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards.php?card1=641&card2=664#

    Make sure you enable Multi GPU on the 560ti and dual card specs



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    You won't run into heat issues unless you unlock voltage control and bump the voltage up.

    The magic smoke would escape from my 560 Ti folding card if it wasn't water cooled, but it is running at 1065 mhz @1.162v with a modified bios to increase the voltage limit past the stock 1.15v limit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caleal View Post
    You won't run into heat issues unless you unlock voltage control and bump the voltage up.

    The magic smoke would escape from my 560 Ti folding card if it wasn't water cooled, but it is running at 1065 mhz @1.162v with a modified bios to increase the voltage limit past the stock 1.15v limit.
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