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i am very new to Graphics card overclocking and i am using EVGA's OC scanner for a artifact/stress tester and it will use 30% GPU for 2-3 minutes them 97% GPU for 2-3 minutes is this normal or do i need to change somthing or better yet is there any better software out there?
post #2 of 12
What card are you using OC scanner on?
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post #3 of 12
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EVGA GTX 580

oh and i saw a GPU overclocking guide and now i can't seem to find it again a link would be nice
post #4 of 12
Does the same thing occur at stock speeds? If not it maybe an unstable overclock. Also are you running full screen mode? In terms of overclocking you simply bump the speeds incrementally until you get artifacts or instability, then go back to the last stable overclock.
post #5 of 12
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yeah, i wasn't running in fullscreen mode however now i can't see weather i have artifacts or not because it doesn't say
post #6 of 12
Go into the setting and check the 'enable on screen info' button.
post #7 of 12
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ah okay thanks a million
post #8 of 12
mine on EVGA OC Scanner give me 1365x768 and not 1366x768 =/
  
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mine on EVGA OC Scanner give me 1365x768 and not 1366x768 =/

Let me look into this.
post #10 of 12
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okay, now i have it running but my GC won't hold ANY overclock at all, it will run the stress fine no errors but then i do some other things (gaming) and the drivers crash...
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