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Run OCCT with error checking enabled full screen infinite test

or if you're less OCD about stability then I, you can just run windowed mode 800x600 to monitor your temps, walk away and let it run for at least an hour worth of time(NOT COMBINED) I mean non stop bench making sure your gpu load is at 99%.
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Originally Posted by Darksoul844 View Post
I think its psu,

Does your screen black out for a bit? what about at stock speeds do you get those art while playing?
no blackout , if I run the card at stock speed, there is no artifact at all . Been running the game for 2 hours on stock speed , nothing.



I just run another 30 mins and 50 mins OCCT , 0 errors so far .
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have you tried reinstalling the drivers?
no I have not , should I ? Doesnt seem very likely is the driver problem, else it would screw up regardless of O/C or not .
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Run OCCT with error checking enabled full screen infinite test

or if you're less OCD about stability then I, you can just run windowed mode 800x600 to monitor your temps, walk away and let it run for at least an hour worth of time(NOT COMBINED) I mean non stop bench making sure your gpu load is at 99%.

I just ran an individual 30 mins test ,seems fine without error. And then 50 mins without error as well.

The card was loaded throughout the session, peak at around 72~73 c . I ran under the Full screen setting, 1920 x 1080 res ( my desktop ) , 4 x shaders .

Now this has made me very curious , did Msi did something to lock the o/c ability of my card ? (this is the second card that has the same case) to promote their new Hawk series ?

Hopefully not .




note : I doubt its my PSU problem , was checking OCCT for while for the screen , didnt notice anything abnormal , yet.
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post #25 of 34
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no blackout , if I run the card at stock speed, there is no artifact at all . Been running the game for 2 hours on stock speed , nothing.



I just run another 30 mins and 50 mins OCCT , 0 errors so far .
so no black outs while playing in OC? cause if it does then your PSU is not enough

and wow seems like you got the opposite of a golden card. and i was planning to get the same card, giving me 2nd thoughts now
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post #26 of 34
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Now this has made me very curious , did Msi did something to lock the o/c ability of my card ? (this is the second card that has the same case) to promote their new Hawk series ?
No, but I've been told that MSI bins their GPUs for their higher tiered cards.

So it is very likely that you just didn't have the best luck and got a card that doesn't overclock as well. Where as the hawk models have better chances of being good overclockers because they've been pre-tested and approved for higher frequencies in the factory.

The Hawks have already been approved at 950mhz for their stock voltage so of course they have more headroom for higher results once you raise the voltage.
Edited by gl0ry - 5/5/11 at 7:21pm
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Whats the amperage on the 12V.
 
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Whats the amperage on the 12V.
The 560W SilverStone Strider ST56F has a +12V amperage of 36A (which is a capacity of 432W).

NVIDIA recommends a 500W power supply to power a system with a single GTX 560 in it, so I'm about 99.99% sure that this issue isn't being caused by the PSU.
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post #29 of 34
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Another option is that your card just need a bit more volts.
There is no guarantee that you will get 950mhz below lets say 1.1v.

On the asumption that your card doesn't also give artifacts at stock,
try starting with 1.087v and core at 800mhz, and if run dragon age 2 (don't touch the card memory at all).
If you get artifacts, you might landed on a bad apple.
It happens.
I think his stock speed is 880 on that card
    
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post #30 of 34
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Hi , just an update.

My card has a stock voltage at 1.012 , pretty high .

Even at 900mhz ( 20 mhz O/C ) , with 1.025 Voltage , it had to go artifact in Dragon age 2 , even though the chance is lower now and the artifact stuff no longer show up by the wall, only at the weapons .

I ran 950mhz o/c with stockage Voltage on OCCT just fine , I dont understand where is the problem now . I just got Crysis 2 and installed it . Running it on Hardcore setting, playing about 30 minutes... seems fine too . Does Crysis 2 not stress your card as much as Dragon age 2 does ? I knew Crysis 2 is going on DX 9.
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