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should I increase gpu clock/memory after that ? or should I put it where it was stable ?

also i like my pc to be 24/7 up , will putting 20% power effect it ?
post #12 of 46
google OCCT, download, and run the stress test on the GPU for at least 20-30 minutes (I use an hour for folding stability). See if A) it gives any errors, and/or B) the driver crashes during the test.

Also, I'll ask about the elephant in the room (though it was hinted at with TDP): what are your temps?
post #13 of 46
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It's stable , because I tried heven + furmark + played skyrim moded for about an hour + playing league of legends all day biggrin.gif

my psu : Corsair Gaming Series, 600 Watt

 

League of Legends does not stress the video card at all.

 

Are you saying that you ran Heaven, Furmark and Skyrim for 1 hour simultaneously?

 

The GS600 isn't great, but it's not bad. This is good.

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should I increase gpu clock/memory after that ? or should I put it where it was stable ?

also i like my pc to be 24/7 up , will putting 20% power effect it ?
leave the gpu clock where its the vcore are stable together.the memory isbt affected by the power limit.

Increasing the TDP/power limit will increase the amount of heat (deppend more on the voltage because the power limit will increase the temp deppending on the core frecuency and core voltage)
post #16 of 46
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my temps are:

1- when not doing a thing is about 37
2- when playing it only gets to 60-65 at most

so guys

I did what you guys said and put the power to 20%

but is 1195 volt and these setting that I put in my first post good ? or should I increase ?
post #17 of 46
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after putting 20% power the temps got up to 70% !!
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Why are you ignoring me?

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post #19 of 46
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I'm sorry buddy Your post was the last post in the first page , I didn't see it biggrin.gif

"Are you saying that you ran Heaven, Furmark and Skyrim for 1 hour simultaneously?"

I ran skyrim I think from 11:30 to 1 so about an hour and half , and I ran heaven about 4 times so about 20 min since every run takes 5 min , and furmark I ran it maybe 4-6 times for 10 min ".
post #20 of 46
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my temps are:

1- when not doing a thing is about 37
2- when playing it only gets to 60-65 at most

so guys

I did what you guys said and put the power to 20%

but is 1195 volt and these setting that I put in my first post good ? or should I increase ?
The voltage is something that is in your hands my way of testing(which isnt tbe best) is using occt during 35minutes if it doesnt have errors.then is stable.if it has error you should decrease the gpu frecuency in order to keep the vcore or increase the vcore to keep the frecuency
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after putting 20% power the temps got up to 70% !!
Use the Fan at 100%.as i said increasing the TDP would increase temperature.my hd 7870ghz reached 68c with the tdp at 120%(power limit 20%)
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