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post #21 of 46
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Originally Posted by Friendzoned View Post

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 "

 

I don't want to be rude, but it doesn't work that way. You can't add up your times like that. All you've really done is you ran Skyrim for an hour and a half, Heaven for 5 minutes, and Furmark for about 10 minutes. You could run Furmark or Heaven 1,000 times at 5 minutes a piece, but you'd still only be at 5 minutes.

 

Anyway, I forgot that the default Posts Per Page setting is 10.

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post #22 of 46
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Until now , there's no errors in occt

I used ccc to put the power limit to 20% , the problem is as I said it will effect my overclock , so when i enable it , it got to default setting , but I returned to trixx , reloaded my save of the setting and the settings in ccc changed to the gpu clock/memory that I used in trixx + now it's on 20% , is this good ? or should I do something else ?

also occt doesn't test good frown.gif

because I put " check errors " the screen won't move , I searched and they said when you check " check errors " the screen won't move , also the temp is 65
post #23 of 46
Be careful that a benchmarking/stability test with bad resulta could make artifacts on the card (damage)

For that I say my testing isnt too accuratei am not a wizard to know where is stable)
post #24 of 46
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Originally Posted by Friendzoned View Post

Until now , there's no errors in occt

I used ccc to put the power limit to 20% , the problem is as I said it will effect my overclock , so when i enable it , it got to default setting , but I returned to trixx , reloaded my save of the setting and the settings in ccc changed to the gpu clock/memory that I used in trixx + now it's on 20% , is this good ? or should I do something else ?

also occt doesn't test good frown.gif

because I put " check errors " the screen won't move , I searched and they said when you check " check errors " the screen won't move , also the temp is 65
if you have the voltage and frecuency(overclocked) set where the power limit Is set at .you have to put occt and check if core usage is 100%(giving a sign of 0% thottling)and tthen set it with error detector and full screen mode with info on screen(time,frames,fps,errors)
post #25 of 46
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Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post

then set it with error detector and full screen mode with info on screen(time,frames,fps,errors)

you MAY get less than 100% GPU usage with error detecting on.
post #26 of 46
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Originally Posted by Friendzoned View Post

Until now , there's no errors in occt

I used ccc to put the power limit to 20% , the problem is as I said it will effect my overclock , so when i enable it , it got to default setting , but I returned to trixx , reloaded my save of the setting and the settings in ccc changed to the gpu clock/memory that I used in trixx + now it's on 20% , is this good ? or should I do something else ?

also occt doesn't test good frown.gif

because I put " check errors " the screen won't move , I searched and they said when you check " check errors " the screen won't move , also the temp is 65

 

It's not supposed to animate in that mode.

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post #27 of 46
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Originally Posted by mike44njdevils View Post

you MAY get less than 100% GPU usage with error detecting on.
if you get less than 100% you are limited by the TDP which makes the gpu throttles.so in that case you would need either to increase the power limit or decrease the gpu frecuency and voltage
post #28 of 46
Thread Starter 
Please answer the questions:

1- is my volt good with such overclocking ? " I increased it.

2- can I leave my computer running 24/7 ?



also I used occt for half an hour without errors .
post #29 of 46
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Originally Posted by Friendzoned View Post

Please answer the questions:

1- is my volt good with such overclocking ? " I increased it.

2- can I leave my computer running 24/7 ?



also I used occt for half an hour without errors .

I dont know if that voltage is good or now

As far is stable you can run it 24/7

I would do 40/35minutes I had errors after the minute 30.
post #30 of 46
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys , I used heaven again and it looks ok , but I got less score since I used different setting , is increasing the power limit gives me some performance ?

until now , everything is good , but I'm still wondering if I should re overclock the card for higher clocks , or leave it at this.
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