Overclocking EVGA GTX 560ti Issues

I can not seem to get a stable overclock with my card what is the best over clock anyone has gotten with this card?
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  1. That card is already clocked at 900MHz. Lots of factory-overclocked 560 Ti cards running at 950-1000MHz are having trouble with overheating and maintaining their overclocks. Users are having to down-clock the GPU to get stable in games.

    You can try increasing the GPU core voltage by a small amount and then going for 925MHz or so, but you won't likely get stable at 950MHz or higher.
  2. EVGA isn't the best for overclock, so, maybe 30 or 40MHz above stock is the max that you can get on stock cooling.
  3. Alright thanks guys. If I get a aftermarket cooler do you thank that would help. Would the accelero Extreme Plus fit?
  4. The cards that are having problems at 950-1000MHz already have non-reference dual-fan coolers with heat pipes and such. That likely won't help.

    Like I said, try to overclock it a bit further than it already is. But you likely won't get 1000MHz without a fairly large voltage increase and water cooling. The 560 Ti GPU just wasn't designed to go that speed.
  5. I saw that on NCIX they got a MSI GTX 560ti with the stock twin forzar cooler running at 1000mhz without any problems.
  6. jtgolden1s said:
    I saw that on NCIX they got a MSI GTX 560ti with the stock twin forzar cooler running at 1000mhz without any problems.


    Different design, Twin Frozr was made for overclock and low temp while EVGA work under PCB and cooling nVidia design.
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