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MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II/OC

post #1 of 6
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I tried upping the voltage to 1.10v and the core to 1000mhz, memory to 1200mhz.
It ran at around 80-85c for like 30s then became unstable, a black screen first, then the desktop reverting back, with a message - "nvidia display driver stopped responding"
I used MSI Kombuster for the stability test.
Is this a driver glitch? (using 285.62)
I believe I should witness a blue screen if the overclock is unstable.
post #2 of 6
No, that's right, the black screen with the driver crash is normal.

Your overclock is unstable.
post #3 of 6
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It plays metro 2033, arkham city fine for like 2hrs, beyond that I can't play. Only Kombuster crashes under testing, should I go ahead with the 1000mhz core clock or bring it down to 950mhz?
post #4 of 6
Use Furmark, or EVGA OC scanner to check your overclock stability. My driver has crashed and running running triple monitors and SLI on stock settings, Im pretty sure the settings were stable. So sometimes the crash can be driver glitches etc.
Edited by invena - 12/9/11 at 8:20am
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post #5 of 6
Try to reduce the core clock to 950 then run the tests again. if it crashes again means your core clock are set too high, reduce the core clock till you finish the tests without crashing and without getting glitch and artifacts thats how you could get a stable clock.
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mods need to move this

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