Sparkle GTX 560ti Suitable system for max from graphics?
[b]Dear Experts,
I have just added a 560ti to my pc.
Have AMD Phenom 4core processor,
M3N72-D motherboard
600w PSU
6GB RAM
Using Widows 7 x64 basic

Cannot get good graphic speed in Second Life game, and so want Ultra speed.

Worse now than ever before from a 280 GTX.

Please advise me?

Yours faithfully,
Enteme[/b]
Dear Experts,

I have just added a 560ti to my pc.

Have AMD Phenom 4core processor,

M3N72-D motherboard

600w PSU

6GB RAM

Using Widows 7 x64 basic



Cannot get good graphic speed in Second Life game, and so want Ultra speed.



Worse now than ever before from a 280 GTX.



Please advise me?



Yours faithfully,

Enteme

#1
Posted 01/15/2012 09:03 PM   
[b]Dear Experts,
I have just added a 560ti to my pc.
Have AMD Phenom 4core processor,
M3N72-D motherboard
600w PSU
6GB RAM
Using Widows 7 x64 basic

Cannot get good graphic speed in Second Life game, and so want Ultra speed.

Worse now than ever before from a 280 GTX.

Please advise me?

Yours faithfully,
Enteme[/b]
Dear Experts,

I have just added a 560ti to my pc.

Have AMD Phenom 4core processor,

M3N72-D motherboard

600w PSU

6GB RAM

Using Widows 7 x64 basic



Cannot get good graphic speed in Second Life game, and so want Ultra speed.



Worse now than ever before from a 280 GTX.



Please advise me?



Yours faithfully,

Enteme

#2
Posted 01/15/2012 09:03 PM   
I assume you have the latest drivers, have you thought about overclocking your cpu. I don't know what speed you are running at now but it might help. Second Life doesn't look like a GPU intensive game.
I assume you have the latest drivers, have you thought about overclocking your cpu. I don't know what speed you are running at now but it might help. Second Life doesn't look like a GPU intensive game.

#3
Posted 01/17/2012 02:14 AM   
[quote name='Tinmann840' date='17 January 2012 - 02:14 AM' timestamp='1326766471' post='1356917']
I assume you have the latest drivers, have you thought about overclocking your cpu. I don't know what speed you are running at now but it might help. Second Life doesn't look like a GPU intensive game.
[/quote]

[b]Thank you for response.[/b]
[b]No, I do not know if it's overclocked, or how to check or do.[/b]
[b]I would really appreciate any advice you can offer. [/b]
[b] [/b]
[b]Thanks again, [/b]
[b] Kind regards,[/b]
[b] Enteme[/b]
[quote name='Tinmann840' date='17 January 2012 - 02:14 AM' timestamp='1326766471' post='1356917']

I assume you have the latest drivers, have you thought about overclocking your cpu. I don't know what speed you are running at now but it might help. Second Life doesn't look like a GPU intensive game.





Thank you for response.

No, I do not know if it's overclocked, or how to check or do.

I would really appreciate any advice you can offer.



Thanks again,

Kind regards,

Enteme

#4
Posted 01/27/2012 07:32 PM   
[b]Can anyone tell me how I can check the clock speed of my Nvidia GTX560ti graphics card?[/b]
[b] [/b]
[b]I have Windows 7 M3N72-D Motherboard[/b]
[b]AMD Phenom 4 core processor[/b]
[b]6GB RAM [/b]
[b] [/b]
[b]Am just not getting the speed expected from the graphics and plan to upgrade and join two cards together.[/b]
[b]Need to find out what my Sparkle GTX560ti card is clocked at. [/b]
[b] ???[/b]
[b] [/b]
[b] Thanking you in anticipation of how to do.[/b]
[b] [/b]
[b] Enti[/b]
Can anyone tell me how I can check the clock speed of my Nvidia GTX560ti graphics card?



I have Windows 7 M3N72-D Motherboard

AMD Phenom 4 core processor

6GB RAM



Am just not getting the speed expected from the graphics and plan to upgrade and join two cards together.

Need to find out what my Sparkle GTX560ti card is clocked at.

???



Thanking you in anticipation of how to do.



Enti

#5
Posted 02/06/2012 07:55 PM   
Install a little program called, " GPU-Z ", it will show your clock speeds when the program is run.

Link: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/
Install a little program called, " GPU-Z ", it will show your clock speeds when the program is run.



Link: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

Work in Progress:

Case: Corsair 650D
Motherboard: AsRock Z77 Extreme4
PSU: Antec TruePower New 750 Blue
CPU: Intel i5-2500K ( Socket 1155 )
CPU Cooler: ZalMan CNPS9500A LED
GPU: EVGA GTX 580
MEM: 8 GB G.Skill PC12800 DDR3 1600
Soundcard: Creative SB X-Fi Titanium
Monitor: Samsung 2343 BWX 23"@ 2048 x 1152
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

My cards in order of ownership: Intergraph Intense3D Voodoo (Rush), 3Dfx Voodoo3 3000 PCI, PNY GeForce4 MX 420 PCI, PNY nVidia 6600 AGP, BFG 7600GS O.C. AGP, BFG 8600GTS O.C. PCI-E, Xfx 9800GT PCI-E (SLI), BFG GTX 260 Maxcore 55 PCI-E (SLI), EVGA GTX 560 Ti PCI-E, EVGA GTX 580 1.5gb PCI-E

#6
Posted 02/07/2012 02:06 AM   
[quote name='Navair2' date='07 February 2012 - 02:06 AM' timestamp='1328580367' post='1366201']
Install a little program called, " GPU-Z ", it will show your clock speeds when the program is run.

Link: [url="http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/"]http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/[/url]
[/quote]

[b]Thank you VERY much Navair, yes, worked as you said.[/b]
[b]Really appreciate.[/b]
[b] [/b]
[b]Enti
[/b]
[quote name='Navair2' date='07 February 2012 - 02:06 AM' timestamp='1328580367' post='1366201']

Install a little program called, " GPU-Z ", it will show your clock speeds when the program is run.



Link: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/





Thank you VERY much Navair, yes, worked as you said.

Really appreciate.



Enti


#7
Posted 02/09/2012 10:25 PM   
You're welcome. /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />
You're welcome. /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />

Work in Progress:

Case: Corsair 650D
Motherboard: AsRock Z77 Extreme4
PSU: Antec TruePower New 750 Blue
CPU: Intel i5-2500K ( Socket 1155 )
CPU Cooler: ZalMan CNPS9500A LED
GPU: EVGA GTX 580
MEM: 8 GB G.Skill PC12800 DDR3 1600
Soundcard: Creative SB X-Fi Titanium
Monitor: Samsung 2343 BWX 23"@ 2048 x 1152
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

My cards in order of ownership: Intergraph Intense3D Voodoo (Rush), 3Dfx Voodoo3 3000 PCI, PNY GeForce4 MX 420 PCI, PNY nVidia 6600 AGP, BFG 7600GS O.C. AGP, BFG 8600GTS O.C. PCI-E, Xfx 9800GT PCI-E (SLI), BFG GTX 260 Maxcore 55 PCI-E (SLI), EVGA GTX 560 Ti PCI-E, EVGA GTX 580 1.5gb PCI-E

#8
Posted 02/09/2012 11:53 PM   
Well personaly i have had not nothing but bad luck with sparkle branded gfx cards but you could try and download driver sweeper and install it then uninstall all nvidia display drivers, once you have done this restart your system in safemode and run driver sweeper remove anything left from your display drivers and resart windows and then install the latest drivers and see how it goes also your cpu may be causing a bottleneck so a little overclocking may be required, what cpu you do you have as you have only said it is a amd quadcore ?
Well personaly i have had not nothing but bad luck with sparkle branded gfx cards but you could try and download driver sweeper and install it then uninstall all nvidia display drivers, once you have done this restart your system in safemode and run driver sweeper remove anything left from your display drivers and resart windows and then install the latest drivers and see how it goes also your cpu may be causing a bottleneck so a little overclocking may be required, what cpu you do you have as you have only said it is a amd quadcore ?

CPU- Intel Core i5 2500k 3.3ghz @ 4.8ghz
Motherboard- Asrock z68 Extreme4 Gen3
Graphics- MSI GTX 780 Lightning LE
Memory- 8 GIG DDR3 (1600mhz)
Hard drives- 3x Sata (1x 320gig,1 x 640,1x 1TB)
OS- Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Case- Cooler Master HAF-X 942
PSU- Hiper Type-M 880w (HPU-4M880-PS).

#9
Posted 02/10/2012 05:37 PM   
[b]Dear Carveye,[/b]
[b]Thank you for response.[/b]
[b]Good news is all working well now. Also am upgrading all by getting a Chillblast Fusion Flash. ♥[/b]
[b] [/b]
[b]Thank you and everyone for your help.[/b]
[b] [/b]
[b]Enti[/b]
Dear Carveye,

Thank you for response.

Good news is all working well now. Also am upgrading all by getting a Chillblast Fusion Flash. ♥



Thank you and everyone for your help.



Enti

#10
Posted 02/15/2012 08:14 AM   
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