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Preparing a video card for sale?

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So I've ordered a new video card - TF3 GTX570. I'm gonna sell my 460, but I've overclocked it and whatnot over the year or so I've had it. Are there any programs/benchmarks I can use to make sure its 100% stable and whatnot? I don't want to sell a card and have the buyer have problems/artifacting/whatever.
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Just set it to stock settings and use the programs you originally used for stability testing - i.e. Game that will utilize it 100%, benchmarks such as Heaven, Stone Giant, 3DMark and of course run Furmark
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Just set it to stock settings and use the programs you originally used for stability testing - i.e. Game that will utilize it 100%, benchmarks such as Heaven, Stone Giant, 3DMark and of course run Furmark
Thanks - I've done CPU stability testing (Prime95) but never GPU...it was always a light OC.

Also, this thread might be better suited for the generic video card section. If a mod sees this and can move it, thanks.
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