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post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by chrisguitar View Post

bench mark it's in kombuster. I'm now at 64*C, not sure what my ambient is though. Been running it for 10 minutes though

Hmm should be running at 100% with those temps. Try running GPU-Z and alongside a Heaven bench and see if you can get that last 1%

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post #12 of 18
hm, what voltage are you running at? it does seem a bit odd that the card is throttling back at all if its no where near its max temp
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hm, what voltage are you running at? it does seem a bit odd that the card is throttling back at all if its no where near its max temp

stock, haven't touched it.
800MHz is fine on stock clocks.

Stock is 1.013v I think
post #14 of 18
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Hmm should be running at 100% with those temps. Try running GPU-Z and alongside a Heaven bench and see if you can get that last 1%

downloading it now, gonna take 30 minutes though for update.
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post #16 of 18
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GPU-Z validation? http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/3vend/ thumb.gif

GPU-Z is good for validation, but it's what you should be using to monitor your 570
post #17 of 18
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okay ran heavenm it crashed after 10 minutes because my hard drive is full. lol anyway no core clock throttling at all.

in game though ie motogp13 or f1 2012 i get 797MHz, TBH IDC but if I did something wrong or my card is upset, I'll change it.
post #18 of 18
i would not use kombuster as a test. im pretty sure your card limits power draw via drivers when that or the furry doughnut of mosfet death is detected. use a benchmark or a game with vsync disabled. 1.013 should be good for 800mhz as my 580 is stock @822 core @1.013v but every gpu is different.

also 500 series do not have boost control unless you hit like 97c then it will back down
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