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Hello, few days ago i have bought my MSI 580 Twin frozr2 OC videocard and have problems with new DX11 games like crysis 2. For example, after 1 - 10 minutes of gameplay in crysis2dx11 i my screen frozes. I was told that it may be caused by low voltage.

so the question is: should i better downclock core to the stock value or should i incease voltages ? or mby there is other way to solve problem?

Sorry for bad language knowlage, english is not my native language. Thank you.
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Almost sounds like it could be a temperature error as well... Get MSI Afterburner, and look at what the temps are and what the voltages are. You can increase the voltages using this program as well and see if that fixes the problem
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Almost sounds like it could be a temperature error as well... Get MSI Afterburner, and look at what the temps are and what the voltages are. You can increase the voltages using this program as well and see if that fixes the problem
no, its not a temp issue i got 35c idle and 65 on full load. i am afraid of increasing voltages, maybe i can simply downcload core clock to stock value?
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What drivers are you using? Roll back to 275.33's if your using 275.50's
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What drivers are you using? Roll back to 275.33's if your using 275.50's
i am useing 275.33
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no, its not a temp issue i got 35c idle and 65 on full load. i am afraid of increasing voltages, maybe i can simply downcload core clock to stock value?
Your temps are great, if you increase voltages very slightly it will just make the temps go up a bit and give you more stability. If not you could downclock...but you are on the wrong website for that
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Your temps are great, if you increase voltages very slightly it will just make the temps go up a bit and give you more stability. If not you could downclock...but you are on the wrong website for that
okay so i will try to increase voltage a bit.
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okay so i will try to increase voltage a bit.
You can use furmark or msi kombuster to test it and make sure it is stable. Would suck to get it a little mores stable then have it crash in a really graphics intensive part or something. These programs will run the card at 100% so you can make sure that wont happen
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