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Post Your MSI 560-Ti II Stable Overclock Settings

Overclocked using MSi Afterburner

Voltage: 1.025 V
Core: 970 MHz
Shader: 1940 MHz
Memory: 2200 MHz
Fan : auto

Battlefield 3: High Settings. It is stable. Temps reach 60C. Idle: 32C
i5-2500k (overclock to 4.2 GHz) Case: CM 431 plus (2x 120mm fan)
Starting the post to find out happy Twin Frozr overclockers settings.
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  1. envy14tpe said:
    Overclocked using MSi Afterburner

    Voltage: 1.000 V
    Core: 940 MHz
    Shader: 1880 MHz
    Memory: 2100 MHz
    Fan : auto

    Battlefield 3: High Settings. It is stable. Temps reach 63C. Idle: 32C
    i5-2500k (overclock to 4.2 GHz) Case: CM 431 plus (2x 120mm fan) ASRock z77 Pro 3
    Starting the post to find out happy Twin Frozr overclockers settings.
  2. nobody overclocks the MSI Twin Frozr? sad to hear.
  3. ^ Don't need to overclock there.
  4. Agreed. Wish I had 2 gpus, then I'd have no need to OC, but the $$ is too much.
  5. Reference 560 Ti I was at 1030MHz stable, and yielded less performance in BF3 at 1040MHz or above. Voltage is 1.115 (or 1.1 v with less performance) Memory was at around 2400 MHz.
  6. mclovits The reference 560-Ti was 1030MHz?!?
    My 560-Ti reference is 880 MHz and Memory Clock is 2100 MHz.

    Your numbers don't make sense.
  7. If you don't believe me, that's fine and I respect that because I have no way of proving it was stable, but here's an old picture I found with GPU-Z and Afterburner: http://imgur.com/USikW
  8. mclovits said:
    If you don't believe me, that's fine and I respect that because I have no way of proving it was stable, but here's an old picture I found with GPU-Z and Afterburner: http://imgur.com/USikW


    Those values just seem incredibly too high. I mean...Core clock: 1040MHz and Memory clock: 2400MHz.
    Have you run intensive games at this setting for more than a minute?

    I'm impressed. If they are real, then I gotta know how you do that kinda magic. My core clock is at 940MHz cuz
    beyond that Kombuster has issues.
  9. Best answer
    They are real, I tested for stability using 3DMark11 and FurMark (Before throttle patch) at 1040MHz and it was stable, temps never reached above 75 or 80 celsius after a few hours of game play. But I used the 1030MHz instead as pushing the voltage up any more seemed irrational. If you want any advice, I'd say just don't worry about voltage, as long as your temps are cool you should be able to get it really high. If you are scared about the voltage, the card is going to be outdated before it dies anyways. I've since upgraded to a GTX 670 DirectCU II TOP with 2GB of Vram, it just performs a lot better
  10. I also have updated. I went with a 660ti cuz I didn't want to spend too much on my gpu. I'm happy with it. I overclock it and temps max at 72C in a 24C room, which is good.

    I still can't believe you ran it at 1030MHz. I'm impressed. The best I could do without games crashing or artifacts in the Afterburner test was 950MHz. I blame it on my low end mobo.
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