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Hey guys, I always had problems with my gtx 570 superclocked. It overheats easily to 70c when i play games , so i have to put fan speed to 80% or it will overheat. I heard 70c when gaming isnt that bad, but the problem is that when it reaches 70c, the screen starts to show *heat waves*, i havnt found a screenshot on the net and im at work so i cannot provide a screenshot. I dont know if it is a flickering or an artefact but what i know is that the graphics themselves are always fine, there is only some kind of little 1mm high and X long waves distortioning the screen, and thats ONLY when the card is at 68-70c. I have the LATEST nvidia driver and I already did a PC dust cleanup, I also changed the gpu from slot 1 to slot 2 and still nothing. I also downclocked the superclocked settings. What is a good 570 superclocked overclocking setting? I also use MSI afterburner for OCing and DCing

Any insight? Thanks in advance, heres my setup.

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70c is not overheated card. It's normal.
The distortion you say it's because you may play the game without Vsync enabled. Which is normal too.
Try enable Vsync through game's settings or force it through Nvidia control panel.
And feedback us.
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sounds like an artifact from an unstable OC. what are you running it at?
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Atm im at work, cant check, but i got the factory setup, lowered by 50 all settings, thats it.

V-sync was never enabled in my whole life so i didnt think about it. Ill check that out tonight with NCPanel force on.

Also note that when the temperature lowers to 65 or less, the *weird waves* stops. its only when the card is at 70. Also, is it normal that the card goes to 70c when a game is opened but not *active* on the screen, aka im on a webpage but the game is running in the background.
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Then as a guy said above it sound like a bad overclock. Remove the overclokc put card on default clock and try again. If this continues maybe you have a faulty card and you may need to return it for service.
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So I will put it back to superclocked default OC setting, and enable v-sync, then i will give you guys feedback.
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Usually screen distortion happens if you play without Vsync and its more visible when the game runs more than 60fps when using a 60hz screen this can explain why you see this distortion when your card reaches 70c its because your cards stresses more at that point to provide you more fps.
This can be an easy explanation.
The other one is your card is either faulty or bad overclock so try with default clocks and tell us if this distortion or artifact what it is anyway appears.
Try both and tell us. Both are easy to do smile.gif
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Ok, ill check it out thanks guys thumb.gif
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