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Didnt really notice, I thought It was its normal behaviour tongue.gif
Its my first 600 card, where overclocking a 560ti to its max was pretty simple.

Btw. No Artifacts for now, so I guess its good. Fps seem fine too, dont fall off 70, and reach 150. Im glad that I havent ******* toasted the thing. At least its working,
Edited by MAGNEZ - 6/13/13 at 1:53pm
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Didnt really notice, I thought It was its normal behaviour tongue.gif
Its my first 600 card, where overclocking a 560ti to its max was pretty simple.

Btw. No Artifacts for now, so I guess its good. Fps seem fine too, dont fall off 70, and reach 150. Im glad that I havent ******* toasted the thing. At least its working,

good to hear, nothing worse than seeing dots on your screen with such a nice GPU..

are you using a fan profile/curve?
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good to hear, nothing worse than seeing dots on your screen with such a nice GPU..

are you using a fan profile/curve?

I dont really use any fan curves as im used to maxing out the fan, thats what i actually still do. Maybe its the right time to get one. I had two incidents where i forgot to turn the fan up, started Grid, all of a sudden the GPU made a noise (fans went mad) for a second or two and the next thing I see is 94 degrees. Whoa! I was like Jeeeeesaas! tongue.gif
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I dont really use any fan curves as im used to maxing out the fan, thats what i actually still do. Maybe its the right time to get one. I had two incidents where i forgot to turn the fan up, started Grid, all of a sudden the GPU made a noise (fans went mad) for a second or two and the next thing I see is 94 degrees. Whoa! I was like Jeeeeesaas! tongue.gif

that's why you use a fan curve and forget about it..

as long as you leave it enabled and don't mess with it you will be fine.

I can't even remember when i used the "auto" fan feature or manually ramped up the fans, most likely when i had my GTX 260..
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