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LOL

I used multi-GPU and my cards ran in the nineties. I left it on, and when I came back from mcdonalds (an hour maybe) my pc was off.

Cards at stock 607/1215/837 (SLI GTX 470's)

My guess is that they ran so hot windows just shut down.

orfl.

Is there any other test out there that I can test for stability without making my whole PC a living hell?

Cool starry brahhhhhh
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did you turn your fans to max?
and open your windows, (the ones in real life)
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Why on earth people still use furmark is beyond me.

Loop Crysis, or Vantage, anything but furmark.
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post #4 of 11
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Quote:
Originally Posted by max it View Post
did you turn your fans to max?
and open your windows, (the ones in real life)
oh sheet. I didn't think to put the fan on 100% SMH

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Originally Posted by grunion View Post


Why on earth people still use furmark is beyond me.

Loop Crysis, or Vantage, anything but furmark.
Ok thanks lol Crysis and Vantage work like a charm. Even 3DMark11.
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post #5 of 11
Furmark is an unrealistic load.

You will rarely ever see that much load on your GPUs.
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good point guys.

I just ran the Crysis Benchmark, this is what I get:

Run #1- DX10 1900x1200 AA=No AA, 32 bit test, Quality: ~~ Overall Average FPS: 45.2

That's DX10 SLI 1920x1200 without AA
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post #7 of 11
I prefer OCCT, but that's even more load than furmark. The difference though is it does an excellent job finding errors, and you can time each run.

After the job is done, it gives you graphs too.
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post #8 of 11
Quote:
Originally Posted by jam3s View Post
good point guys.

I just ran the Crysis Benchmark, this is what I get:

Run #1- DX10 1900x1200 AA=No AA, 32 bit test, Quality: ~~ Overall Average FPS: 45.2

That's DX10 SLI 1920x1200 without AA
He means for temperatures...

:|
post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by 8-Ball View Post
He means for temperatures...

:|
yeah i know lol, just wanted to share my results without making another thread about it.
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post #10 of 11
I use MSI Afterburner to set my fans up with a custom profile. Basically my fans at 70c run at 70% and scales up. If they reach 82c, my fans are at 100%. Of course you can play with it until your happy with your setup.

Your motherboard (Like most motherboards), 3 way Sli blocks the airflow to 2 of the cards. I see that many here use an extra fan that sits on above the GPU fans to supply more airflow. It's that or water cooling which is what I have done and it keeps my cards temps below 45c at full load.
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