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Well, I was able to run OCCT at 900/1800/1900 with 1.125v without errors for 5 minutes. (Yeah I know it's only 5 minutes but I wasn't able to get even 2 minutes before with my mem set at 2000). Could it be that my mem just isn't good enough for a mild oc? Kinda late here so I'll continue testing tomorrow night.
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post #12 of 20
Memory overclocks give you less of a performance boost than core and shader clocks.

If it is stable with your memory at 1900, then that is probably your best bet... I personally have it at 2000 but every video card is different and you most likely got some bad clocking memory.
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post #13 of 20
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870 is not unlucky for this card.

Asus DCII isn't that strong of an overclocker at all. Mine could never go above 850, and there were people here that could barely get theirs over 800 core.
Mine tops out at 820mhz, a little disappointing but it handles everything I throw at it so I can't complain.
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Any update to this? Have you been able to push past 900MHz stable with a higher voltage yet, and how well is the memory clocking for you?
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Love my 580 i can get to 900MHz stable with temps under 80C its just gets loud lol i think i can go farther but i wanna wait untill i get a better PSU
    
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Well, I was able to run OCCT at 900/1800/1900 with 1.125v without errors for 5 minutes. (Yeah I know it's only 5 minutes but I wasn't able to get even 2 minutes before with my mem set at 2000). Could it be that my mem just isn't good enough for a mild oc? Kinda late here so I'll continue testing tomorrow night.
You always have to keep in mind that OCCT is extremely hard on OC'd cards. Often you can be completely stable in everything else at much faster speeds than the maximum OCCT allows.

My 470 won't perform an error-free test above 870MHz in OCCT, yet it is stable in Furmark/Vantage and various games at 915MHz.
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Yeah I've had my tests with OCCT and it's really almost too tough on overclocks.

If you want, just do a couple runs of Kombuster and look for artifacting or fps slowdowns.
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If you want, just do a couple runs of Kombuster and look for artifacting or fps slowdowns.
Both Kombuster and Furmark are useless for stability, they're just heaters. You can either test stability running benches and playing demanding game sessions, or go for absolute stability through OCCT/OC Scanner etc.

If an overclock passes OCCT's GPU test with some shader complexity, it will be rock stable in anything else.
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I haven't done any more testing as far as increasing core clock or memory. With 1.125v it's stable with temps in mid 70's during OCCT for a 6 minute run but mem is still at 1900. But, at 1.1v I can run 890 MHz stable with temps in the low 60's during OCCT. How long do you guys run OCCT before you call it good?

Stance, what other benchmarks do you recommend for stability? What do you mean 'shader complexity'?

Playing Black Ops it's solid at 890 with 1.1v.
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Stance, what other benchmarks do you recommend for stability? What do you mean 'shader complexity'?
It's different for everyone, but personally I like running 3DMark Vantage/11 loops along with some of my games (Crysis, BC2, DiRT2). The point is that the OC has to prove stable in everything you do on your PC. After confirming that I proceed to OCCT testing, and end up settling for a speed somewhere in between.

Shader complexity is an option in OCCT's GPU test, which makes the test (even) harder. I usually run it with 4, since 8 isn't necessarily the best.
Edited by Stance - 6/18/11 at 1:53pm
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