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evga bstock gtx 570 have the oc-ing issue

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does this card have the issues that die when oc-ing.
im not gonna o c it obviously but it still would worry me since its refur b
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130688
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The golden rule is increase the frequency by a small amount, test it for a while. If you fear killing your card, do not and I repeat, do not up the voltages.
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hey ive got a question
my graphic card is at 50 degrees celsius when im not running anything but it goes up to 80 degrees celsius while running WOW..is that normal and could i run 2 displays on this graphic card?
PS. its not overclocked
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yeah it's normal for 570's to hit that and you can run two displays.
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thanx for the quick response but ive got one more thing we need to clarify
so theres nothing to worry about..i mean each display is running at a different resolution...eg 1st at 1920*1080, 2nd at 1600*900
as far as im concerned wow is nothing for the gtx 570 so why is the temperature going so high while im playing it?is this the way gtx 570s work?
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