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post #2021 of 2759
Yep playing a game and briefly and then exiting out to look at where the voltage went on the graph (mouse over a point in time to see values for that time) will tell you your load voltage, which is the number people will be interested in.

Also just to let you know, whatever your voltage is it's still going to be hard for people (myself included) to believe that it's stable at 950Mhz on stock voltage. That's because let's say you have a low stock voltage, which generally indicates a good overclocker, that means that you're at 950MHz at only 0.988v or so which is hard to believe. Or let's say that you have a high stock voltage of around 1.05v, that is hard to believe because a stock voltage like that generally means a worse overclocking core. It's a catch 22, but the thing to take away here is that it's difficult to prove things to people on the internet so don't set yourself up for disappointment by making that your goal. Just try to learn about overclocking or whatever else you're here for and be happy with what you get out of your card no matter how it compares to others or what they think of it. smile.gif
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I just checked after playing a few rounds of CS Source and it said .975. Hehe, well... I bought this card because due to living conditions at the moment (living in South Korea for work), I built an ITX in an SG05BB-450, so it was a good fit without modding. I don't intend on any overclocks at all, but I figured if I can move the figures up, and nothings crashing, I'm happy.

My original question was would this card be able to play Diablo 3, in a maxed out game, on full ultra settings at 2560x1440? I just purchased a Yamakasi Catleap.

People are saying yes... but I wanted a definite. I'd rather not splurge on a GTX 680, but the EVGA one fits in my case without a mod, so it's getting tougher to fight the urge! biggrin.gif

Thanks for your help smile.gif.
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I can't say for sure because I don't have a 1440p monitor, but if you have the D3 beta you can test to see how it runs as that should be very close to what you can expect out of retail. From what I've seen D3 looks to be pretty darn easy to run, so I'd be very surprised if you couldn't get 60FPS maxed out at 1440 with your card, especially if it really is stable at 950Mhz.
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I do have the D3 Beta, I'm playing it now ^^. The only 2 figures I ever see is .912, or .975.

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See? The .975 is when the line is a little higher, and the graph above it is usage. It drops when I alt tab out of D3.

Hehe, I couldn't find a definite answer, so I bit the bullet and bought the monitor. It should arrive on Tuesday, and then I guess I'd have answered my own question in a way. I have a feeling it's going to choke a little on a 4 player game, maxed out settings, when a crap ton of mobs come on the screen ><.

Because I'm living in South Korea at the moment, the monitor is really cheap here. Roughly ~230USD, Yamakasi 27" 2560x1440p monitor. Unbelievable.
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Not to discount your previous points, but this made me lol. As far I see it EVGA paired them up with whatever they had laying around, as is kinda their style. You can get a 560ti 448 with a 560ti PCB, a 480 PCB, or a 580 PCB. They also sell a 570 with a 560ti PCB and a 580 PCB, etc. EVGA just sells whatever so long as it means they don't have to actually make their own PCBs more than once a generation (580 classy).
If EVGA cared about making a good match they never would've sold the 560ti 448 or the 570 with such a crappy cooler as they do in the FTW and HD respectively.
This is business. You sell many cards at different pricepoints so that you have an offering for anyone that wants to spend money. The cooler is the stock cooler from nvidia, so of course they're going to use it. Volume discounts and all.

You buy the 'classified' versions of the cards because you know EVGA thought about the design for more than 2 seconds.
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You seem correct and I'll take your word for it but I coulda sworn the 480 tdp was 250watts and the 448 is 210watts.
TDP has nothing to do with OCP! P=iV that's 210 = {current} * {core voltage}
OCP monitors current, and current only. If you have a lower operating core voltage, you need MORE current to reach the TDP, which means you'll hit the OCP protection limit faster.
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I do have the D3 Beta, I'm playing it now ^^. The only 2 figures I ever see is .912, or .975.
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See? The .975 is when the line is a little higher, and the graph above it is usage. It drops when I alt tab out of D3.
Hehe, I couldn't find a definite answer, so I bit the bullet and bought the monitor. It should arrive on Tuesday, and then I guess I'd have answered my own question in a way. I have a feeling it's going to choke a little on a 4 player game, maxed out settings, when a crap ton of mobs come on the screen ><.
Because I'm living in South Korea at the moment, the monitor is really cheap here. Roughly ~230USD, Yamakasi 27" 2560x1440p monitor. Unbelievable.

Right click your desktop and go to the nvidia control panel.
Manage 3d settings. Change power management mode from adaptive to prefer max performance.
That should peg your card at its max voltage.
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I just gave it a shot, and it's still .975 during game, and .912 when alt tabbed.

When my monitor comes, I'll give it all a go, and if it doesn't suffice on 2560x1440p settings, then I'll see what I can do.
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Originally Posted by zoson View Post

Right click your desktop and go to the nvidia control panel.
Manage 3d settings. Change power management mode from adaptive to prefer max performance.
That should peg your card at its max voltage.

Why does he need to do that? He's not having any problems, let alone problems that that might solve.

Please try to avoid double posting.
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I just gave it a shot, and it's still .975 during game, and .912 when alt tabbed.

When my monitor comes, I'll give it all a go, and if it doesn't suffice on 2560x1440p settings, then I'll see what I can do.

That's how it should work, 0.912v is your idle voltage and 0.975v is your load voltage. I don't see any problems with your card that you need to worry about.
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I do have the D3 Beta, I'm playing it now ^^. The only 2 figures I ever see is .912, or .975.
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See? The .975 is when the line is a little higher, and the graph above it is usage. It drops when I alt tab out of D3.
Hehe, I couldn't find a definite answer, so I bit the bullet and bought the monitor. It should arrive on Tuesday, and then I guess I'd have answered my own question in a way. I have a feeling it's going to choke a little on a 4 player game, maxed out settings, when a crap ton of mobs come on the screen ><.
Because I'm living in South Korea at the moment, the monitor is really cheap here. Roughly ~230USD, Yamakasi 27" 2560x1440p monitor. Unbelievable.

GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
Holy crap dude!! If your card is really stable with 950mhz with .975v, I'm jelly!
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Originally Posted by Qqcola View Post

I just checked after playing a few rounds of CS Source and it said .975. Hehe, well... I bought this card because due to living conditions at the moment (living in South Korea for work), I built an ITX in an SG05BB-450, so it was a good fit without modding. I don't intend on any overclocks at all, but I figured if I can move the figures up, and nothings crashing, I'm happy.
My original question was would this card be able to play Diablo 3, in a maxed out game, on full ultra settings at 2560x1440? I just purchased a Yamakasi Catleap.
People are saying yes... but I wanted a definite. I'd rather not splurge on a GTX 680, but the EVGA one fits in my case without a mod, so it's getting tougher to fight the urge! biggrin.gif
Thanks for your help smile.gif.

I have found that if you simply open a gpu-z it will max the card and show the core and voltages at what they would be under load.
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