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Bumped it to 1.063 and it seems fine now.

Best way to test it? EVGA OC Scanner for 30+ mins?
post #2372 of 2759
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Originally Posted by Duhstin View Post

Bumped it to 1.063 and it seems fine now.
Best way to test it? EVGA OC Scanner for 30+ mins?

Maybe it passed QC with the wrong voltage to be stable?

Best way to test it? I game.
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post #2373 of 2759
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Bumped it to 1.063 and it seems fine now.
Best way to test it? EVGA OC Scanner for 30+ mins?

My stock voltage was as follows 1.013 and 1.068 on my 2 cards.

Only thing that oc scanner is really good for is testing temps. Use benchmark or heaven.
post #2374 of 2759
Ugh, tried playing battlefield and it shut down after like 15mins. Drivers didn't say they crashed.
Might end up having to rma it. Hopefully it's not a power supply issue.
post #2375 of 2759
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Ugh, tried playing battlefield and it shut down after like 15mins. Drivers didn't say they crashed.
Might end up having to rma it. Hopefully it's not a power supply issue.

Something might be wrong for sure. Have you completely removed it from you pc and re installed it? Drivers and all? What are your system specs? Please complete the rig builder and have it in your sig. Perhaps something else is unstable. What card were you running before?
post #2376 of 2759
Done,

I've not took it out and reseated it yet. I think it might be my power supply honestly. I underclocked it and it ran fine for about 45mins till I had to leave. Still ran BF3 in Ultra so that's all I care about. I'll let you know how it does tomorrow if I can play longer.

I changed MSI Afterburner to 1025mV, 725 Core Clock and 1800 Memory Clock. I'll mess with it more later. Thanks for helping btw.

EDIT:

Ughh, build isn't showing in signature.


CPU
Intel Core I5-2320

RAM
1x4GB 1600MHz G.SKILL Ripjaws

Cooling
Antec Kuhler 620 Push/Pull

Case
Silverstone SG05BB-450

Motherboard
AsRock H67M-ITX

Hard Drive
60GB OCZ Agility 3

OS
Windows 7 Ultimate

Graphics
EVGA GeForce GTX 560 TI 448 Cores

Hard Drive
Hitachti 1TB 6GB/s 7200RPM

Power
Silverstone ST45SF

I wasn't building an overclocking rig, so that's why I went with the H67M-ITX as I already had the I5-2320 laying around. Got it from my brother for free who upgraded.
Edited by Duhstin - 7/6/12 at 7:19pm
post #2377 of 2759
450W is below the recommended minimum for your card.
http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-560ti/specifications

Probably PSU related.
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450W is below the recommended minimum for your card.
http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-560ti/specifications
Probably PSU related.

I second this.
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Yeah. I know but a lot of people run the same card on it. People run the GTX 680 on this PSU for SFF builds.

It's true wattage, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256063&Tpk=ST45SF

As you can see, the last person who left feedback on it is using the same exact card. Also the GTX 680 is on the supported list for this PSU with no issues and it draws more power than the 560.

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As you can see, the gtx 680 is supported and I've seen other people on hardforums use same card on the psu.
Edited by Duhstin - 7/7/12 at 12:52pm
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Yeah. I know but a lot of people run the same card on it. People run the GTX 680 on this PSU for SFF builds.
It's true wattage, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256063&Tpk=ST45SF
As you can see, the last person who left feedback on it is using the same exact card. Also the GTX 680 is on the supported list for this PSU with no issues and it draws more power than the 560.
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As you can see, the gtx 680 is supported and I've seen other people on hardforums use same card on the psu.

True, but that doesn't mean that your PSU isn't struggling to run the system.
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