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recently got a sapphire vapor-x 7950, my 1st card since a radeon 9550 lol is it normal for the end of the card(where pcie connectors are) to bend down a small bit due to the size/weight of the card?

Nothing a sexy stainless steel backplate won't fix.

Also thick enough to deflect small caliber bullets. Seriously.
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Hi!.
Is recommendable disable ULPS to Overclocking this cards?. For me 1050/1500 with stock voltaje is unstable in a few games, but in MSI Kombustor is stable 3 minuts :/. I dont touch voltages, only overclocking with CCC,....is recommendable disable ulps?.
Thanks a sorry my english, use google translator :/.
Bye.
P.D - I have two 7970 references cards.

Anyone help me? frown.gif.

Thanks!
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Anyone help me? frown.gif.
Thanks!


What makes you think disabling ULPS will help your overclocking? Not directed at you but this myth of ULPS is blown way out of proportion.


ULPS is disabled when you use unofficial overclock method because 3rd party apps cannot operate with ULPS enabled. That's it! It's got nothing to do with nothing, especially in your case since you're not even using unofficial overclock method (UOM).

What do you want to do? Do you want higher overclocks? If so you're going to need to add voltage and decide on a method to overclock with. Check my sigs and read a lil bit on the differences. That said I prefer unofficial overclock method (UOM) versus using the official method.
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What makes you think disabling ULPS will help your overclocking? Not directed at you but this myth of ULPS is blown way out of proportion.
ULPS is disabled when you use unofficial overclock method because 3rd party apps cannot operate with ULPS enabled. That's it! It's got nothing to do with nothing, especially in your case since you're not even using unofficial overclock method (UOM).
What do you want to do? Do you want higher overclocks? If so you're going to need to add voltage and decide on a method to overclock with. Check my sigs and read a lil bit on the differences. That said I prefer unofficial overclock method (UOM) versus using the official method.

Yeah I don't think ULPS will help on a max overclock potential, however it does reduce the chance of an issue with clock speeds when overclocking, which I've found to be true on my system. Disabling ULPS allowed me to overclock without the risk of having a clock speed mis match. biggrin.gif
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Anyone notice that in certain games, regardless of overclock, that they get some (albeit minor) artifacts. In Borderlands 1 and 2, and Sonic Generations, even at stock clocks I will get some slight artifacts at random times? I saw on another forum (can't remember, as I was just Google-ing to see if it was just me or not) that games that use the Unreal engine are generally the ones that produce this issue. Apparently one of the CoD games will do it too.
Some people even went to the point of underclocking their cards and were still getting issues with slight artifacting. Apparently this issue only exists with the 7000 series cards, particularly the 7950/7970. Anyone here besides me noticing this?

Just got an e-mail stating that my card was faulty and I'll receive a replacement. I had these artifacts, so I can confirm that this is due to a faulty card.
     
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I woke up to my primary monitor all of a sudden not receiving any signal from my Sapphire 7970 but it otherwise appears to be as usual =/ Granted, it's a finicky Korean monitor, could be something up with that, but after some minimal testing (gotta run to work and will look into it when Im back home), I feel like it could be the DVI output on my GPU. I can still read everything through my integrated graphics connected to a projector (as a secondary monitor), but the other monitor is not detected at all. The GPU is detected in the device manager, and it says that the driver for it is operating properly.

Anyway, going to test with another monitor later and perhaps try a display port -> DVI adapter for the 7970, if I can get one cheap from Microcenter. I'm thinking it could be a similar thing to what Pioneerisloud experienced =/ My card was at near stock, at just 1000MHz/1525MHz at low voltage.
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I woke up to my primary monitor all of a sudden not receiving any signal from my Sapphire 7970 but it otherwise appears to be as usual =/ Granted, it's a finicky Korean monitor, could be something up with that, but after some minimal testing (gotta run to work and will look into it when Im back home), I feel like it could be the DVI output on my GPU. I can still read everything through my integrated graphics connected to a projector (as a secondary monitor), but the other monitor is not detected at all. The GPU is detected in the device manager, and it says that the driver for it is operating properly.
Anyway, going to test with another monitor later and perhaps try a display port -> DVI adapter for the 7970, if I can get one cheap from Microcenter. I'm thinking it could be a similar thing to what Pioneerisloud experienced =/ My card was at near stock, at just 1000MHz/1525MHz at low voltage.

This definitely makes me afraid of ocing my HD 7970 when i get it back from RMA. I seriously hope that this doesn't start to get more common with overclocked hd 7970s.
     
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What makes you think disabling ULPS will help your overclocking? Not directed at you but this myth of ULPS is blown way out of proportion.
ULPS is disabled when you use unofficial overclock method because 3rd party apps cannot operate with ULPS enabled. That's it! It's got nothing to do with nothing, especially in your case since you're not even using unofficial overclock method (UOM).
What do you want to do? Do you want higher overclocks? If so you're going to need to add voltage and decide on a method to overclock with. Check my sigs and read a lil bit on the differences. That said I prefer unofficial overclock method (UOM) versus using the official method.

Thanks!!.

Im only oveclock with CCC, I tought to disable ULPS for better stability. A few games have freezes, but other games and MSI Kombustor not (1050 Mhz core and 1500 Mhz Memory, like a Ghz edition biggrin.gif). I tought this problem is ULPS, only this.

Hope you understand me biggrin.gif, me english is too bad.

Thanks!
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Just got an e-mail stating that my card was faulty and I'll receive a replacement. I had these artifacts, so I can confirm that this is due to a faulty card.

Sent you a PM.
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Thanks!!.
Im only oveclock with CCC, I tought to disable ULPS for better stability. A few games have freezes, but other games and MSI Kombustor not (1050 Mhz core and 1500 Mhz Memory, like a Ghz edition biggrin.gif). I tought this problem is ULPS, only this.
Hope you understand me biggrin.gif, me english is too bad.
Thanks!


Are you using a GE bios? Those overclock the gpu while dropping the voltage. It doesn't work like on the actual GE card because non-GE does not have the asic logic to allow the boost voltage.
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