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Hi,Before I upgrade my Video Card from a GTX 285 to a GTX 570, I need to knowif I get better performance from an overclocked vs a regular clocked card??I was thinking of the Superclocked EVGA card or otherwise just the regular clocked one.It's 797mhz vs 732mhz, or can I achieve the same overclocking it myself.The overclocked cards are hard to find in my area at the moment and are $20 more expensive.Thanks,Helmut


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I´ve upgarded to an EVGA GTX 560 superclocked yesterday. Looks pritty good to me. FSX doesn´t make it sweat on a clear day, only arround 40-60% PGU usage wheras my old GTX 260 (allready oc´ed) used to be at 100%.


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Hi,Before I upgrade my Video Card from a GTX 285 to a GTX 570, I need to knowif I get better performance from an overclocked vs a regular clocked card??I was thinking of the Superclocked EVGA card or otherwise just the regular clocked one.It's 797mhz vs 732mhz, or can I achieve the same overclocking it myself.The overclocked cards are hard to find in my area at the moment and are $20 more expensive.Thanks,Helmut
Doesn't pay off for FSX. I overclocked my GTX580 to about 950mhz, and barely saw any improvement. And I didn't clock it "only" 60mhz...

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Thank you for your info, I got a regular clocked GTX 570, have not installed it yet, it is an Asus.Thanks,Helmut


My System: Intel 9700K 4.7Gz, ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming, 32 GB Corsair Vengeance 3200MHZ, Evga 1070 8GB, Noctua NH-D15S, Samsung 27" Monitor, Windows 10 64bit, 2xSamsung 500GB SSD, 1x Samsung 120GB, 1x Samsung 970, 1TB, 1TB H/D for Storage.

 

 

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Thank you for your info, I got a regular clocked GTX 570, have not installed it yet, it is an Asus.Thanks,Helmut
Don't expect worlds between GTX285 and GTX570 if you stay on the same CPU, but it's gonna give you better overhead and better ability for antialiasing. I went from 285 -> 580.

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Thanks Word Not Allowed,Yes, I installed the GTX 570, it was difficult, the size of this card is amazing, takes three slots, unfortunately nowmy Sound Card is no longer working, maybe I damaged it in the process.So far I have not played around with it.I sure hope I see some improvement, but this is more for the future.Thanks,Helmut


My System: Intel 9700K 4.7Gz, ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming, 32 GB Corsair Vengeance 3200MHZ, Evga 1070 8GB, Noctua NH-D15S, Samsung 27" Monitor, Windows 10 64bit, 2xSamsung 500GB SSD, 1x Samsung 120GB, 1x Samsung 970, 1TB, 1TB H/D for Storage.

 

 

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