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So last night I was going to run a Heaven benchmark and it would crash....it wouldn't do full screen at all at 1920x1080 and it would just close itself. Anybody know why it's doing this? Could it by because of my cpu being OC?
post #642 of 3662
Did you try downloading heaven again?
Maybe a corrupt download or something. Or if you're overclocking it could be too high of a core clock
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Edited by Samurai707 - 12/13/12 at 3:51pm
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Bad phone reception, sorry frown.gif
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Quad post ftw
Edited by Samurai707 - 12/13/12 at 3:51pm
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Originally Posted by Samurai707 View Post

Did you try downloading heaven again?
Maybe a corrupt download or something. Or if you're overclocking it could be too high of a core clock

Thanks for the reply Samurai707! I actually found out what the problem was...it was an option that I had enabled on the Evga On-Screen Display Server in order to run Chivalry Medieval Warfare. As soon as I disabled it, Heaven ran normal thumb.gif

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So far +70 on core and +350 on ram and max power did a little ghetto mod which i will eventually take a pic of to allow this thing to max at 70c with 50% fan speed with these settings. And its benchmark and furmark stable

Sent from my MB886
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Originally Posted by Airrick10 View Post

Thanks for the reply Samurai707! I actually found out what the problem was...it was an option that I had enabled on the Evga On-Screen Display Server in order to run Chivalry Medieval Warfare. As soon as I disabled it, Heaven ran normal thumb.gif

Glad you got it figured out thumb.gif
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Just checking in +80 on core +400 on ram with cool air piped directy into the cards fan. Evga sc version. Stable.

Sent from my MB886
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Proud new owner of an eVGA GTX 660 Ti FTW Signature 2 (wow, that's a mouthful). thumb.gif

Can some people tell me what sort of Boost clocks they're getting on their cards? At stock, my 660 Ti FTW Signature 2 is getting 1230mhz boost clock on BF3 multiplayer. Is it normal for it to go that high at stock?!?!?
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