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So I overclocked my Nvidia GTX 580.
Original Core clock was around 750ish. i upped the voltage and clock to 953.
This temperature is with nothing going on While gaming, i get around ~60c

is this ok for my card?


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Wonderful. Better than fine. Doesn't 79% fan speed drive you mad, though? Why run it so loud?
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Wonderful. Better than fine. Doesn't 79% fan speed drive you mad, though? Why run it so loud?
i'm use to it. I found 79 perfect was alot quieter then 81+. but from 81~95 it sounds the same.

Do you know any "Tests" i could do to see if my gpu is still running stable? Ive only tested by playing games, and it seemed normal.
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Try furmark...and around 60c is fine....as long as you are under 85C or so with artificial tests like furmark you are fine.
    
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i'm use to it. I found 79 perfect was alot quieter then 81+. but from 81~95 it sounds the same.
Do you know any "Tests" i could do to see if my gpu is still running stable? Ive only tested by playing games, and it seemed normal.

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HOw do i know a good score for furmark? or should i post it here

And what tempature should i stop the test so i dont break my gpu?lol
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HOw do i know a good score for furmark? or should i post it here

Furmark is bad for score. Very cpu scoring dependent. Give us fps instead.
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Benchmark Preset: 1080, Got 48~52 fps, computer froze when gpu got to 80c.. lol
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Benchmark Preset: 1080, Got 48~52 fps, computer froze when gpu got to 80c.. lol

Don't use Furmark. it will kill your GPU.
Also if it froze that means your card is unstable. either decrease the overclock or overvolt your card with softwares like MSI Afterburner.
EVGA Precision doesn't support overvolting.
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Don't use Furmark. it will kill your GPU.
Also if it froze that means your card is unstable. either decrease the overclock or overvolt your card with softwares like MSI Afterburner.
EVGA Precision doesn't support overvolting.

Not true. Furmark won't kill your card unless you let temps get to high. And my computer crashes if my gfx gets to 80C or did, but I can run furmark or anything all and have it be stable at lower temps.
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