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I am thinking one of three things here.since I have an EVGA 448 classified that is stock voltage at 1.013 and goes to 900/1800/2100 without so much as a voltage increase, fully loaded no artifacts
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1. Obviously not all 448 were created equally
2. Mine is a fluke and i got lucky
3. You need to go out and purchase the 448 Classified from EVGA
post #452 of 2759
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Hey, OC Scanner says Artifacts max 1 total 1 is that okay?

Yeah, I see that. I have it set to stop the test if 1 artifact is found, but the test completed and said that it found no artifacts...

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post #453 of 2759
A single artifact is so minor that it can usually be ignored. Sometimes a minor hiccup can detect as artifact.

BTW, OC Scanner is good GPU testing, not as effective on testing memory OC. We plan to release a major update soon that will have a new test for memory testing.
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I have this at 900/1800/1950 and it is fine during the test. However, when I play Deus Ex:HR it keeps locking up or BSOD'ing my PC. I have tried it in Metro 2033 Maxed with DX11 and all setting maxed, and Duke Nuken Forever with no issues. I think that Deus Ex is just buggy junk. Anyone else having this issue?
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Different games stress the cards in different ways... OC Scanner or any artifact scanning tool can be a guide overall, but results may vary depending on game.

You can also try the Tessy test, it uses DX11 tessellation.
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I am thinking one of three things here.since I have an EVGA 448 classified that is stock voltage at 1.013 and goes to 900/1800/2100 without so much as a voltage increase, fully loaded no artifacts
.
1. Obviously not all 448 were created equally
2. Mine is a fluke and i got lucky
3. You need to go out and purchase the 448 Classified from EVGA


1. For sure.... Mostly.

2. I think allot of it has to do with mobo, and power supply too. I can run 900/1800/1950 with only bumping up the volts one notch to 1.038. That is still not bad. Hell, I would suggest to do that even if you plan to run at stock clocks. I do think there are a large number of these cards that will require tons of power to OC though.

3. I def agree that the EVGA classified is the best of the bunch. I did massive amounts of research for which card will hold me over until the gen3 stuff comes out and, for the money, this thing easily takes the cake. The last 7 cards I have bought have been from EVGA and have been Nvidia GPU's. The last ATI card I owned was the 9800 Pro. I hate to say I am a fanboy, but they just keep releasing items that catch my attention. I was going to get an AMD HD 6950 or chunk out the money for a 6970, but then I saw this thing. They make good product. This thing destroys my GTX 460 SLI set up I had.
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Different games stress the cards in different ways... OC Scanner or any artifact scanning tool can be a guide overall, but results may vary depending on game.
You can also try the Tessy test, it uses DX11 tessellation.

Yeah, I will check that out tonight. I benched on Unigen Heaven with extreme tessellation and had no problems. I would have thought if there was a problem, it would have crashed on that.
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Unigine is a pretty good stress test overall.
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Top card in all dual GPU set up always runs about 10C higher. You can verify it by switching them around to test. Will end up with same results.
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Unless your case is doing some serious air moving your Classy might be pulling in some of the Gigabyte's exhaust. Remember, the Windforce cooler on the Gigabyte exhausts into the case. Have you tried switching them yet?

I knew that, the Corsair 600T ain't the biggest air mover, especially with an H100 on the top of the case. Basically I have the rear fan to exhaust out lol
I can't tell if the EVGA card exhausts out or pushes the air through the case like the Gigabyte Windforce cooler.
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Can't wait to get my Msi 448 card!

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