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Do not use Hwmoniter it is NOT accurate. If you want to measure voltages use a multimeter.

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How can I do that when I have the PSU connected to the card?


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post #12 of 21
Measure the voltage from another connector like the molex I have shown in the picture, or any spare pcie or eps cpu connector. I also doubt it is your power supply. If it was it would be more likely you computer would be shutting off than your gpu having artifacts.
Edited by rancor - 4/15/12 at 10:39pm
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Measure the voltage from another connector like the molex I have shown in the picture, or any spare pcie or eps cpu connector.

Let me see if I understood. I connect a miles cable to my PSU and when gaming I use the other extreme of the molex cable with a multimeter to measure the voltage. If it's not constant, then the PSU is the problem?


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Let me see if I understood. I connect a miles cable to my PSU and when gaming I use the other extreme of the molex cable with a multimeter to measure the voltage. If it's not constant, then the PSU is the problem?
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The voltage will change under load and that is normal. The psu is bad if the voltage is outside of the 12.6-11.4V range. Normally it should be in the range of 11.8 to 12.2.
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Let me see if I understood. I connect a miles cable to my PSU and when gaming I use the other extreme of the molex cable with a multimeter to measure the voltage. If it's not constant, then the PSU is the problem?
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The voltage will change under load and that is normal. The psu is bad if the voltage is outside of the 12.6-11.4V range. Normally it should be in the range of 11.8 to 12.2.

Ok thank you. I have several suspects on that the PSU is the problem because look what happens:

If I leave the PC turned on for many hours, I start facing the artifacts and no matter how many times I restart my PC; they never disappear. But if I turn it off and come back to it like 3 hours later, for example, artifacts disappear.

By the way, I face the artifacts when gaming.
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I would guess it's related to heat then and not your psu
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I would guess it's related to heat then and not your psu

But can any card throw artifacts even if their gpus/gpu is at 71°C?
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post #18 of 21
Yes if your memory is too hot or if there is just a problem with your gpu. I had an old GTX285 that would artifact and crash the drivers even though it was at 75C. You could try bumping up the voltage and see if that fixes the problem.
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Yes if your memory is too hot or if there is just a problem with your gpu. I had an old GTX285 that would artifact and crash the drivers even though it was at 75C. You could try bumping up the voltage and see if that fixes the problem.

The memory, yeah. I haven't thought about that (me stupid, sorry). Do you know how can I test the RMA of the card?
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I had problems when setting my 580's in SLI for the first time. Games kept artifacting and crashing. Everything was fine, voltages and temps were next to perfect and turns out the memory was bad. I downclocked the card from 2026MHz to ~1500MHz and it stopped artifacting as much.

Ran them for a while on 1260MHz memory clocks (set with Afterburner) but I really got tired of it so I sold the card. I suggest you try what I mentioned and see how things turn out. Use the warranty now while you can!
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