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It seems like I am not having any success with my recently purchased GTX 580 MSI Lightning Extreme Edition...

While doing the Benchmark on Mafia 2 with max settings, I only get between 17 and 31 FPS with struggling sometimes.

As for 3DMark 11, it says that my score is low compared to others, and when I look at my score, it sure is. On some of the tests, I only get 11 FPS, and I am currently wondering what is wrong with it. I don't think that is the way it's supposed to be with my current spec:

Intel i7-2600k @ 4.4GHz
Asus P8p67 WS Revolution
GTX 580 Lightning XE 3GB
16GB 1600MHz G.Skill Ripjaws X

As for my temperatures, even with Prime95 it looks like my CPU stays at 24C idle, and never goes over 58 degrees. As for my graphic card, it stays under 67. I have the latest drivers and rebooted several times in the process. I also disactivated the SpeedStep, EPU, and similar power-managment options in the BIOS that would downclock my CPU to 1.6GHz. I just didn't find the thing to stop my GPU downclock when Idle, though. Iattached some screenshots and my DxDiag in case it would help you to spot the problem. I would greatly appreciate to have some help so I can fix this problem. Thank you!
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Well yes this is true. I personally prefer full coverage.
I would prefer full cover too, if it the price was equal to the generic GPU block and I could reuse it. The benefit of using full cover block is, as far as my knowledge goes, only the silence of not using a fan, and that you do not need the heat sinks on the VRM and memory chips. Maybe the look of it also gives a bit, since the PCB is kind of ugly, but I am not going to pay a lot to get the PCB covered for that.

I used my GPU block on the GTX 470, now on my GTX 580 and I will also use it on the Kepler when it arrives. I actually have two of them, but only use one, since I am not on SLI on the GTX 580 yet. The GTX 580 is still fast enough to max my monitor out, even in BF3.
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It seems like I am not having any success with my recently purchased GTX 580 MSI Lightning Extreme Edition...

While doing the Benchmark on Mafia 2 with max settings, I only get between 17 and 31 FPS with struggling sometimes.

As for 3DMark 11, it says that my score is low compared to others, and when I look at my score, it sure is. On some of the tests, I only get 11 FPS, and I am currently wondering what is wrong with it. I don't think that is the way it's supposed to be with my current spec:

Intel i7-2600k @ 4.4GHz
Asus P8p67 WS Revolution
GTX 580 Lightning XE 3GB
16GB 1600MHz G.Skill Ripjaws X

As for my temperatures, even with Prime95 it looks like my CPU stays at 24C idle, and never goes over 58 degrees. As for my graphic card, it stays under 67. I have the latest drivers and rebooted several times in the process. I also disactivated the SpeedStep, EPU, and similar power-managment options in the BIOS that would downclock my CPU to 1.6GHz. I just didn't find the thing to stop my GPU downclock when Idle, though. Iattached some screenshots and my DxDiag in case it would help you to spot the problem. I would greatly appreciate to have some help so I can fix this problem. Thank you!

lol - you are on 1 core, and 2 threads. Do enable all cores in bios, and your system will NUKE. When you do so, expect heat to raise and you might have to adjust vcore on CPU a bit up, until you get rid of BSOD x101 and x124.

An Intel 2600K has 4 cores, and each of them 2 threads!! You are using 25% of your CPU power, which ofcourse gives you bad results.

Beside that, your GPU will change modes from windows 2D ~400Mhz GPU to games 3D ~800Mhz etc. depending on the bios on configuration the card. Its normal. Dont do anything about that.

Enable Intel Speedstep on your CPU, it does not make any difference to performance. Your CPU will burst when its needed, and relax when there is nothing to do.
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lol - you are on 1 core, and 2 threads. Do enable all cores in bios, and your system will NUKE. When you do so, expect heat to raise and you might have to adjust vcore on CPU a bit up, until you get rid of BSOD x101 and x124.

An Intel 2600K has 4 cores, and each of them 2 threads!! You are using 25% of your CPU power, which ofcourse gives you bad results.

Beside that, your GPU will change modes from windows 2D ~400Mhz GPU to games 3D ~800Mhz etc. depending on the bios on configuration the card. Its normal. Dont do anything about that.

Enable Intel Speedstep on your CPU, it does not make any difference to performance. Your CPU will burst when its needed, and relax when there is nothing to do.
Great catch, Q! And good advice.
    
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I understand that logic. I actually had two 6950s with mcw82s before this. The thing I don't like is only the core is watercooled. Vregs can get very hot. With a generic block you are limited to only what you feel comfortable with on air since the whole thing isn't under water. Plus reselling the block offsets some of the price.
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I would prefer full cover too, if it the price was equal to the generic GPU block and I could reuse it. The benefit of using full cover block is, as far as my knowledge goes, only the silence of not using a fan, and that you do not need the heat sinks on the VRM and memory chips. Maybe the look of it also gives a bit, since the PCB is kind of ugly, but I am not going to pay a lot to get the PCB covered for that.

I used my GPU block on the GTX 470, now on my GTX 580 and I will also use it on the Kepler when it arrives. I actually have two of them, but only use one, since I am not on SLI on the GTX 580 yet. The GTX 580 is still fast enough to max my monitor out, even in BF3.


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My brain might be a little slow right now but I'm not able to find a link from the OP that lists OCing results from 580 owners. I can find the links that show the benchmark scores, but not the links that show the OCs. Can anyone please point me to it?
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My brain might be a little slow right now but I'm not able to find a link from the OP that lists OCing results from 580 owners. I can find the links that show the benchmark scores, but not the links that show the OCs. Can anyone please point me to it?
The old Admin "kung pow" removed them, and Khalam hasnt got it up yet. Its a big job.

Khalam have the record on air: link


I think I have the single GTX 580 record on water here:


And I think FTW420 is holding the record on LN2. There must be a link somewhere in this thread.
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Thanks qwwwizx! Glad I didn't miss them. I'll sub this thread and be on the lookout for them to be re-added.
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Thanks for pointing that out. I looked in the BIOS and all cores were enabled, but in MSCONFIG, under boot, 2 cores were selected (3 and 4 are not selectable for some obscure reason), I unchecked the box, rebooted, and now I run at 57-59 FPS with everything maxed. Thanks a lot.
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While I was perusing here or somewhere else I read that the 580s get "slower" at high temps with high clocks compared to lower clocks with much lower temps -- does this still hold true?

I bought a GTX 580 SC used and it's doing really well. It hits 925/1850/2100MHz stock voltage (have mostly played around with the core, not so much the memory but I know the memory artifacts at 2200). 100% bench stable and plays BF3 like a boss, but my load temps get to 87-88'C (auto fan profile, goes up to 73-74%).

According to EVGA OC Scanner the voltage for the 3D clocks is 1.0880v. So 1.0880v for 925/1850/2100MHz -- from my reading this seems to be fantastic.

With the auto fan profile it also hits 87-88'C at 850/1700/2100MHz so I have a hypothesis that this might just be the physics of my FT03 at play.

I have NO problems with the performance at these clocks (it really is beastly) but is it really possible to perform better if say I drop those temps below 80'C somehow? Given the performance at this level and the heat I really have no interest in playing with the voltages.

Would reapplying the TIM be worth pursuing?
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