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Prime for GPU?

I was going to say Furmark, too.
There's no sense in testing for gpu stability w/o confirming the cpu is stable.
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I overclocked my 6870 by 50mHz in both core and memory clock in MSI Afterburner and ran 3DMark11 with no problems. I also ran Crysis GPU benchmark with no problems at all. The card still stays under 65 degrees.

What else should I use to test for graphics stability and how long should I run it?

6870 is a beast of a card though, I love it so much
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There's no sense in testing for gpu stability w/o confirming the cpu is stable.
I got the sense, from the OP, that he was only asking about testing his GPU after he applied a minor over clock. As his CPU is listed in his specs at a higher clock, I made the assumption that he had already stability tested that.
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Ive been reading lately, that Furmark is not recommended any more for gpu stress testing. Something about the unrealistic voltage it pulls from the card, or something like that. Whats a good program BESIDES Furmark?

And what about OCCT?
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There's no sense in testing for gpu stability w/o confirming the cpu is stable.
Lol. The guy is asking for the best way to test for GPU stability. Telling him to run P95 is just confusing. There's also no sense in testing for GPU stability if you don't own a GPU, but you don't see anybody saying: Step 1: Buy a GPU.
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