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hd 7770 passing furmark fine, crashing on heaven

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I seem to be able to pass furmark with my core clock at 1150MHz and memory at 1225MHz, but when I try heaven, it crashes, at 1110MHz core and 1200MHz memory. Does this mean my overclock is unstable?
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What are your computer's specs? This will help forum users answer your questions.

If you go to your profile, you can add your system specs in the 'Your Rigs' section (about halfway down).


Once you've added all your components you can click save and add. This will save your rig to your profile.

Next go to scroll down in your profile to the 'Your Forum Signature' section and click 'Edit Signature'


You can add your rig to your signature by choosing it from the drop down in 'Edit Your Forum Signature' screen and then hit 'Preview'. I believe it will then ask you if you want to save. Click Yes. thumb.gif
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What are your computer's specs? This will help forum users answer your questions.

If you go to your profile, you can add your system specs in the 'Your Rigs' section (about halfway down).


Once you've added all your components you can click save and add. This will save your rig to your profile.

Next go to scroll down in your profile to the 'Your Forum Signature' section and click 'Edit Signature'


You can add your rig to your signature by choosing it from the drop down in 'Edit Your Forum Signature' screen and then hit 'Preview'. I believe it will then ask you if you want to save. Click Yes. thumb.gif

The ones I know are:
amd fx 8320 @ 3.8ghz
radeon hd 7770 (1GB VRAM)
asrock 970 extreme3 r2.0

Sadly I don't have my psu information, which is probably something you need.
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Furmark only test the "GPU" doesn't put stress on the VRAM. Unigine Engine provide a much more realistic workload.
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The ones I know are:
amd fx 8320 @ 3.8ghz
radeon hd 7770 (1GB VRAM)
asrock 970 extreme3 r2.0

Sadly I don't have my psu information, which is probably something you need.

You should be able to open a side panel of the case and look at the "boiler plate" of the PSU. Should give you a wattage probably between 300W - 500W if your PC is a pre-built. Let us know.
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Furmark should not be used as a stability tester. Personally, I believe Furmark should be used in instances where you want/need to test the thermal capabilities of a cooler. Heaven is usually pretty hard on the core. I use Heaven for core overclock stability, Valley for vram stability (artifacts will appear a lot easier/faster on Valley for some reason), and Superposition for testing the resulting overclock in a higher power draw environment.
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You should be able to open a side panel of the case and look at the "boiler plate" of the PSU. Should give you a wattage probably between 300W - 500W if your PC is a pre-built. Let us know.

It's an evga 500b 80+ bronze power supply
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