EVGA GTX560 first OC Tags: Graphics Cards Overclocking EVGA Last response: October 24, 2012 8:32 PM in Overclocking Share LordTsar October 24, 2012 6:45:43 AM So after saying to myself I dont want to overclock anything..... I have caught the bug and I want to improve my GTX560 once I get my new CPU. So how far has anyone pushed the card and do any of you have any tips on doing my first overclock? I have looked for other GTX560 threads but couldnt find any. Thanks! More about : evga gtx560 Z1NONLY a b U Graphics card a b K Overclocking October 24, 2012 2:16:51 PM I used MSI Afterburner for both of my 560's. Don't bother with memory OC until after you get your core closk where you want it. Stay below 1.050v for 24/7 use. And if temps get too high, try using the custom fan profile. It helps a lot. I was able to get 960-ish with a single card, but when I went SLI, I had to add more voltage than I wanted, so I backed them down to 860 at stock voltage. (0.975v) LordTsar October 24, 2012 5:39:31 PM Thanks, Will you be able so simplify that for me? I am am trying to learn the basics to start of with. Thanks. Related resources Upgrading an EVGA Geforce GTX560 for $300 - Forum EVGA 04G-P4-3768-KR vs. MSI N760 TF 4GD5/OC (first build GPU) - Forum Will an EVGA GeForce GTX560 fit in my MotherBoard? - Forum What is the best replacement for my "EVGA Geforce GTX560 Ti Superclocked" - Forum Battlefield 3 on EVGA GTX560 - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Z1NONLY a b U Graphics card a b K Overclocking October 24, 2012 7:53:12 PM Download MSI afterburner and Kombustor. Then run afterburner and adjust your core clock about 20 or 30 mhz at a time and test after each bump in core clock speed. Run Kombustor to test and watch temps. After you hit the "wall" where your card starts "crashing" or showing artifacts, back of 20 mhz or ad a little voltage. If you want to play it safe, don't change your voltage and watch your temps. Increasing voltage increases risk of card damage, but you can still do damage with high temps regardless of voltage. LordTsar October 24, 2012 7:59:49 PM Thanks. Just another thing quickly. at 100% Load my GPU hits around 50C. Is this ok? Z1NONLY a b U Graphics card a b K Overclocking October 24, 2012 8:32:04 PM That's great actually. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedGTX560 ti and 560 ti OC SLI ok? Forum SolvedGoing from Zotac GTX-560 1gb 256bit to EVGA GTX 560 Ti 448 Ultra Forum SolvedLooking into an upgrade PNY GTX560 -> EVGA GTX670 Forum SolvedMSI GTX560 OC and MSI GTX760 SLI Forum SolvedGTX560 TI OC SLI or physic's card Forum SolvedGTX560 OC for $135... yay or nay? Forum SolvedPerformance of gtx560 TI OC in PCI-E 1.0 and 2.0 Forum evga gtx560 sse2 Forum EVGA GTX560 2gb Forum Upgrade from GTX560 Ti OC Forum EVGA GTX560 SE Thoughts Forum EVGA overclocked GTX560 get 100C'~~ Forum Issue with Samsung S24B350 when connecting via HMDI to EVGA GTX560 Ti Forum Solved2 Asus R9 290 OC Crossfire on EVGA Z97 FTW Forum SolvedGTX 980 gigabyte g1 vs asus strix vs msi Twin Frozr V OC / Gaming 4G vs evga ACX 2.0 vs ... Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !