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Hey guys, so it's been 2 weeks since my GTX590 is throwing Artifacts deliberately and now I don't know what else to do more than to send it to warranty (luckily it is on warranty). These are the things I did to fix the problem (but failed evidently),
1. Changed drivers.
2. Change the card from Pci.
3. Formatted the PC.

Also what catches my attention more than anything is that if I put it to stress with Furmark for 15 minutes, I get 0 artifacts. That's weird, right?

I have my PC not overclocked.

What can I do??


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post #2 of 21
Furmark is not a good stability indicator. When does it artifact?
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post #3 of 21
Sounds like a possible PSU problem? If the card is super hot ... and not doing it then like during games or other things it is doing .. could have bad power???



Have you checked to see if you get any flux on the 12v??
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post #4 of 21
Furmark doesn't really stress the 500 series cards because their OCP will throttle the clocks down in that and other tests like it. It's basically stressing the card at only 405MHz, so not really telling you if it's stable at it's real full clocks. Looks like RMA is in order.
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post #5 of 21
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Sounds like a possible PSU problem? If the card is super hot ... and not doing it then like during games or other things it is doing .. could have bad power???



Have you checked to see if you get any flux on the 12v??

Let me tell ya I always keep my 590 relatively cold (71*C) by setting the fan to 85% of speed. So I don't think the problem is overheating.

I thought about the PSU to be responsible for this. But how can I verify that? What is a flux on the 12v?

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post #6 of 21
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Furmark doesn't really stress the 500 series cards because their OCP will throttle the clocks down in that and other tests like it. It's basically stressing the card at only 405MHz, so not really telling you if it's stable at it's real full clocks. Looks like RMA is in order.

That's not true since I can read on msi ab the core clock value when furmark is stressing my card and it clearly locks at 609 (the original CC of a 590). Same with the shader clock (1215) and memory clock (1707).


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post #7 of 21
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That's not true since I can read on msi ab the core clock value when furmark is stressing my card and it clearly locks at 609 (the original CC of a 590). Same with the shader clock (1215) and memory clock (1707).
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Ok I must not know what I'm talking about then. You should probably go look for flux on your PSU, that makes more sense.
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post #8 of 21
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Let me tell ya I always keep my 590 relatively cold (71*C) by setting the fan to 85% of speed. So I don't think the problem is overheating.
I thought about the PSU to be responsible for this. But how can I verify that? What is a flux on the 12v?
Thanks!
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Download CPUID Hwmonitor.

You should have a voltages list. On this list you'll see the +12v line. It should be a constant value, while many of the other voltage values fluctuate under load.

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post #9 of 21
Do not use Hwmoniter it is NOT accurate. If you want to measure voltages use a multimeter.

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Originally Posted by Saizer View Post

Let me tell ya I always keep my 590 relatively cold (71*C) by setting the fan to 85% of speed. So I don't think the problem is overheating.
I thought about the PSU to be responsible for this. But how can I verify that? What is a flux on the 12v?
Thanks!
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Download CPUID Hwmonitor.

You should have a voltages list. On this list you'll see the +12v line. It should be a constant value, while many of the other voltage values fluctuate under load.

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And if that value is not constant (12v) it means bad news?


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