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post #4231 of 5048 Old 10-31-2010, 11:59 AM
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Diamond reference 5770 here running strong @ 960/1400 1.174v

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sold my 9800GT and move back to red, quite impressive performance with this little beast , also running 3D mode @960/1400 with 1.149v and down to 2D mode when not needed @1.1v.. using MSIafterburner for oc.. what a great card

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So this morning I noticed that my card was loading high at 81c (after 5mins of furmark) so I decided to do some maintenance. Removed the heatsink and removed all dust, replaced TIM with some shinetsu and I also decided to not put back on the oval shroud (figured more exposed fins would cool better.

Put the card back in ran another 5min run in furmark, and it only got up to 64c. Was also able to top my previous stable overclock of 960/1300 to 1000/1375.

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I have this XFX:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-462-_-Product

I can unlock voltages ??

my max OC stable is 940/1250

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im using MSI afterburner and turned on "enable voltage control" to adjust the voltage manually.. i heard some card wont unlocked, i guess something to do with reference board or not i dont know i was just moving from green to red so am still playing around with ATI

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You can probably push to 900/1300 without any voltage change and be entirely stable... with good temperatures.
Yeah i think i can do that, i never tried OC'ing it any further than that because i don't need it yet, i can run games @ high settings right now(bcuz i'm not the oh i want to play the games on really high resolution guy), but thnx for the advice, my system is cool(as in temperatures) so i think i could go over that.

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Yeah i think i can do that, i never tried OC'ing it any further than that because i don't need it yet, i can run games @ high settings right now(bcuz i'm not the oh i want to play the games on really high resolution guy), but thnx for the advice, my system is cool(as in temperatures) so i think i could go over that.
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ok the voltage in my XFX 5770 can be unlocked

I want to reach 1000Mhz and 1350Mhz

what voltage number I must use ??? (default is 1200)



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ok the voltage in my XFX 5770 can be unlocked

I want to reach 1000Mhz and 1350Mhz

what voltage number I must use ??? (default is 1200)

you would have to experiment on your own
some reach it at stock voltage, others avg from 1.225 till 1.35v

good luck... I couldn't ever stable it on my xfx, only my sapphire can reach it at 1.3v but since I am CF I have to stick to the max of my xfx :/
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oh :/

what program its the best to test the stability of the OC ??

I have furmark btw

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