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If you want to test your card, then run several things at the same time. Lets say BF3 and a movie. Furmark, 3dmakr and play a movie all at the same time.
You card may pass every single test when its ran by it self, but most of the time it will crash if you run multiple things at the same time.
So mix and match different software's and run any two at the same time. If your OC is unstable, it will crash your system every single time.
Seems other-wordly though. The benchmark in DIRT3 is pretty intense. If you run in at least 10times you can be sure your card is fine or better yet just play the game for an hour smile.gif
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I like furmark for stability

heaven is also nice, for something a little less synthetic.
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I found the MSI Kombustor to have a nice power target "maxer" for Kepler GPU's... no other stress test (or game) gets the power target up to 140%. Just set the GPU Burn-In to dx9, xtreme burn-in and use the MSI logo.
OCCT has a nice memory usage, since it's stres test has the option on how much video memory it should use. I haven't found that anywhere lese yet, and it's good when testing OC'd memory.
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