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    Default Gigabyte GTX560 non TI overclocked with TI bios driver

    Hi,

    I have a video card Gigabyte GTX560 (GV-N560GOC-1GI) and by mistake I rewrite the bios with files from GTX 560 TI (GV-N560OC-1GI). Core clock went up from 830 to 900 MHz and shaders clock went up from 1660 to 1800 MHz, also operating voltage in full load increased to 1.04 V. The card is stable, I didnít notice any errors, in full load temperature went up to 75 įC with fan at 85%.

    I tried to put back my old bios (I made a backup before changing) but I get the error message that it is not for my card. What should I do? Can I leave that new bios for TI version or put back somehow (I have no clue how) the old bios.
    Is any risk to damage the card in time if I leave it like this?

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    aditu23

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    Default Re: Gigabyte GTX560 non TI overclocked with TI bios driver

    if its running without crashing then it will be fine,its free upgrade,temps are fine at 75c

    look on techpowerup.com in the bios archives and look for bios's for your card then download install it make sure its the right bios for your card
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    Default Re: Gigabyte GTX560 non TI overclocked with TI bios driver

    Please forgive the necrobump, But I can currently get the same 560 via trade, so practically free, and would love to know if it's SLI capable/compatible with a Gigabyte GV-N560OC-1GI.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte GTX560 non TI overclocked with TI bios driver

    Maybe.
    I have two MSI N460GTX Hawk cards running highly overclocked and stable in SLI.
    Stock settings:
    card #1 N460GTX Hawk ---------------- 780MHz gpu, 3600MHz memory
    card #2 N460GTX Hawk Talon Attack --- 810MHz gpu, 3900MHz memory

    Both cards have 1GB of memory and are almost identical.
    The main difference that I'm aware of is the Talon Attack has faster, lower latency memory. That's it.

    From Nvidia: FAQ (near the bottom of the FAQ)
    Can I mix and match graphics cards that have different GPUs?
    No. For example, an XXXGT cannot be paired with a XXXGTX in an SLI configuration.

    Can I mix and match graphics cards from different manufacturers?
    Using 180 or later graphics drivers, NVIDIA graphics cards from different manufacturers can be used together in an SLI configuration. For example, a GeForce XXXGT from manufacturer ABC can be matched with a GeForce XXXGT from manufacturer XYZ.

    Can I mix and match graphics cards is one of them is overclocked by the manufacturer?
    Yes. A GeForce XXXX GTX that is overclocked can be mixed with a standard clocked GeForce XXXX GTX.

    Can I mix and match graphics cards with different sizes of memory?
    No. For example, an XXXGT 512MB cannot be paired with a XXXGT 1GB in an SLI configuration.
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