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[GPU OCing] Gigabyte GTX 570 SOC

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April 7, 2012 12:52:48 PM

So I got this pretty sexy configuration a month ago and now I am going OVERCLOCKING.

i5 2500k @ 3.8ghz (still testing)
gtx 570 SOC
GeIL enhance corsa 8gb ddr3 1600mhz (9-9-9-28)
gigabyte GA-Z68XP-UD3
unft. no SSD
500gb Western Digital sata3 HD
Cooler Akasa Venom
NZXT Phantom Black

Did a tiny oc using OC guru and raised the GPU clock from 845 mHz(stock, because it is already factory overclocked) to 900mHz and after 20min using MSI Kombustor I got it stabilized at 74ºC (+-0.5ºC as Diode is not so accurate). room temp is about 24-26ºC so till I get air conditioner I can't push too far =P

Did not mess with any other clock or voltages so everything is sat stock but for the GPU Clock.

Wanted to ask the community, could I push it farther without jeopardyzing longevity? Is it ok? Should I go ocing the Shader's clock or memory? Possible to gain like 4 frames with this set?

(running cpu OC right now, post it later)
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April 7, 2012 12:55:22 PM

Overclock core and shader, never memory. Especially on the 570...
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April 7, 2012 12:58:36 PM

forgot to tell. I might have seen some artifacts over the furry (little bastard) MSI logo. gonna run it again after passing my CPU over stress with Prime95 to check again. If so, what could possibly be affecting GPU stability?
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April 7, 2012 6:56:27 PM

Not enough voltage, you can always refer to my quote under my avatar...
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April 7, 2012 10:31:58 PM

gchamon said:
So I got this pretty sexy configuration a month ago and now I am going OVERCLOCKING.

i5 2500k @ 3.8ghz (still testing)
gtx 570 SOC
GeIL enhance corsa 8gb ddr3 1600mhz (9-9-9-28)
gigabyte GA-Z68XP-UD3
unft. no SSD
500gb Western Digital sata3 HD
Cooler Akasa Venom
NZXT Phantom Black

Did a tiny oc using OC guru and raised the GPU clock from 845 mHz(stock, because it is already factory overclocked) to 900mHz and after 20min using MSI Kombustor I got it stabilized at 74ºC (+-0.5ºC as Diode is not so accurate). room temp is about 24-26ºC so till I get air conditioner I can't push too far =P

Did not mess with any other clock or voltages so everything is sat stock but for the GPU Clock.

Wanted to ask the community, could I push it farther without jeopardyzing longevity? Is it ok? Should I go ocing the Shader's clock or memory? Possible to gain like 4 frames with this set?

(running cpu OC right now, post it later)


I have a rock solid OC for GTX 570 SOC Driver 8.17.12.9610, Bios F30.

GPU VOLT: AUTO
MEM VOLTA: AUTO

GPU CLOCK: 945mhz
SHADER: 1890mhz
MEM CLOCK: 1140mhz

Tested metro 2033, unigine heave dx11 3.0, etc. 10-15FPS more than GTX 580 (ref. model).
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April 8, 2012 12:27:52 PM

zenikal said:
I have a rock solid OC for GTX 570 SOC Driver 8.17.12.9610, Bios F30.

GPU VOLT: AUTO
MEM VOLTA: AUTO

GPU CLOCK: 945mhz
SHADER: 1890mhz
MEM CLOCK: 1140mhz

Tested metro 2033, unigine heave dx11 3.0, etc. 10-15FPS more than GTX 580 (ref. model).


This is somewhat close to what I have found at hexus.net as their review of the GTX 570 SOC showed a similar overclocking benchmark.
However, I am quite worried about heat as I want my gpu to last long. I might very well try to sell the card next year and get me a gtx 670 as it comes out.

at these clocks it would naturally surpass the GTX 580, but my computer could not handle the heat. I once read it is good to keep temps below 73ºC. How are your temperatures?

anyway I tested this setting, without changing mem clock, but clearly got artifacts on MSI Kombustor. This means my overclock is not stable. guess I might just leave it stock?
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