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Delete Furmark from your computer. It's a program that should be deleted from the Internet if it was possible

yes i know its burn soooooooo much !!

but i use this only for little !!
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At 1.3V temps were mostly under 80c. At times it went up to 82-83c. At 1.35v things were getting abit too much(85-95c) so I quickly reverted to 1.3V. Might have been too late and damaged the voltage chip already.

I don't think 95 is really gonna damage your card unless you run it for a long time.

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At 1.3V temps were mostly under 80c. At times it went up to 82-83c. At 1.35v things were getting abit too much(85-95c) so I quickly reverted to 1.3V. Might have been too late and damaged the voltage chip already.

When i bench i take advantage of winter and sub 0 ambients. When i was pushing 1450mv the cards were only loading up at 50-55C. Your VRM's were probably on fire.
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When i bench i take advantage of winter and sub 0 ambients. When i was pushing 1450mv the cards were only loading up at 50-55C. Your VRM's were probably on fire.

Yeah i guessed so too lol. Too bad there's no winter where I come from. On a cold rainy day I might be lucky to get anything below 70c on stock clocks while at full load.

Edit : Then again it might just be that the tim on my card was applied poorly when manufactured.
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yes i know its burn soooooooo much !!

but i use this only for little !!

No, u dont understand.. This SW is dangers on some cards.. For example HD48xx, 3870X2, 480, 580GTX.. These cards have deadly hot VRM. My HD4850 was dead next day after 5min in that damn program... ya it was replaced with HD4870 after RMA, but it does not matter...
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Delete Furmark from your computer. It's a program that should be deleted from the Internet if it was possible


Furmark is actually good for getting a quick idea as to whether or not your GPU OC can be stable. Running a benchmark on it, using the settings from the first page of this thread, can let you know if you need to change more settings, or if you should continue on to other stability tests.

Are there any particular reasons for this hatred of Furmark? thinking.gif
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Furmark is actually good for getting a quick idea as to whether or not your GPU OC can be stable. Running a benchmark on it, using the settings from the first page of this thread, can let you know if you need to change more settings, or if you should continue on to other stability tests.

Are there any particular reasons for this hatred of Furmark? thinking.gif

Because it stresses the GPU like no game ever will
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Delete Furmark from your computer. It's a program that should be deleted from the Internet if it was possible
You may say, the program that is FurMark needs to be... (Click to show)
...burned.

Okay maybe that wasn't as funny as I thought.

But to me, it isn't the temperature limiting my OC, as it does not go over 70 C.... Anyone knows if EVGA are ok with people taking out the cooler?

If you read evga's warenty policy, it clearly states that it is ok, its even ok to replace it, if you ever need to send it in for RMA, you must make sure the heatsync is reinstalled in the original factory manor is all, I looked into this when I bought my backplate from them
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Because it stresses the GPU like no game ever will

On the wrong settings, yes....If you read the OP, then there's a means of using Furmark to test in a manner that's a lot more like a game....biggrin.gif
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