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Originally Posted by EVGA-JacobF View Post

OC Scanner works on all cards now.
very nice! i always trust OC Scanner thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Teh Bottleneck View Post

I'm using EVGA PrecisionX with OC Scanner installed on my Asus 670 GTX DC2,so yeah,it should work with other GPU brands...
However,apps like Furmark and OC scanner aren't good at testing stability of 600-series (Kepler) cards.They just heat them up,and force them to downclock.For good stability testing,run Uningine Heaven and 3D Mark 11.You may also try out Nvidia PLA benchmark,and AvP DX11 benchmark(both standalone DLs)...
Hardware intensive games like Crysis 1/2 and BF3 are also very good to test OC stability...
Oh,and you may want to read this guide if you're overclocking,very helpful...

thank you, ur post is very informative!

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Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post

EVGA OC scanner works on ANY GEFORCE Video card..
awesome!

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Originally Posted by tahayassen View Post

I use TechPowerUp's GPUTool for scanning for artifacts. I wouldn't recommend OCCT, since that might damage your card.
yah, i will avoid OCCT then.
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post

EVGA OC scanner works on ANY GEFORCE Video card..
I thought it worked on AMD cards as well.
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

I thought it worked on AMD cards as well.
I havent try it
  
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can somebody verify if evga OC scanner works with AMD cards please? I am about to try it out myself i'll probably answer my own question lol.
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