GTX 560Ti

Hello Guys,

I upgraded my GPU last week with a GTX 560Ti.

However im a total newbie with overclocking etc, The software that comes with it allows you to change the memory clock , stock etc... However how do i know what the limits i can use it to?? And what to set it to to get the best performance out of it??

Btw i have a 650w PSU.

Thanks.
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  1. Uninstall whatever garbage came with it (unless it's MSi) and install MSi Afterburner (with the latest drivers). Go into settings and check unlock voltage control. Slide up the voltage all the way (1.1) and crank it to 925-950 core. Don't worry about the core voltage it's within spec.
  2. Hi guys.

    Downloaded MSI and Fur Mark, done a test, below, what do you think??

    In flight simulator 2004 , ive tried it and only getting around 19/20 FPS, which is terrible, just wondering what im doing wrong?

    App Version: Geeks3D_FurMark_v1.8.2_Build_Apr 16 2010_at_10:36:37

    Main graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti
    Number of Active GPUs: 1
    GPU Clock: 922 MHz
    Memory Clock: 2050 MHz
    Shader Clock: 1844 MHz
    Graphics Drivers: 8.17.12.7533 5-20-2011 - nvoglv64
    GPU Temperatures (start/end):59°C / 81°C

    Bench Duration: 60 ms
    Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    MSAA samples: 2
    Window Mode: fullscreen

    CPU: IntelR CoreTM2 Quad CPU Q8300 @ 2.50GHz
    CPU Speed: 2499 MHz
    Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit build 7600
  3. Flight sims tend to be CPU heavy rather than GPU heavy and all Furmark will do is cook your card.
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