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Okay, so whenever I try to OC my card, and then run it through Unigine, I get a weird error message, something like "Direct3D Error: Device Removed." I can run my card with Kombustor's burn-in test for about 10 minutes without any crashing or errors, but two minutes in Unigine and it crashes. What's up?
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Easy: it's not fully stable. Sometimes OCing is very buggy - when it's overclocked, it can miss cycles, for example. That means you wouldn't want to OC a physics labs PC, as those missed cycles can create a HUGE margin of error. Hence the many various methods of testing stability - there are many DEFINITIONS of stability, and many ways to achieve them. So it sounds to me like it's just not 100% stable.
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So to get it stable could I increase the volt a little? Or is it just doomed as non-stable?
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What's the OC you're trying to bench with?

Try to scale it back a bit and see if that helps.
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Originally Posted by blackbalt89 View Post
What's the OC you're trying to bench with?

Try to scale it back a bit and see if that helps.
950/1900/2200. Not that extreme. I've scaled it back, and it only seems to be good at 925 core on stock volts.
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