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anyone know why i do not see anything in gpu tool? i do not see any clock speeds etc. all i see is the 5800 series thing at the top and i can run the test for stability
It doesn't recognize 5xxx series properly yet... It won't report clocks, but you can still use the stability test like you said.
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Well, FPS starts to drop instead of increase past a certain memory frequency on my 5770.
Thanks, +Rep. May I ask what you used to test this/figure this out? GPU Too,l or something else?

Also, going from 1000Mhz on the memory, for me, dropped my FPS in GPU Tool by ~8 frames, but after that it would slowly increase by ~1-2 every 10Mhz until 1160Mhz on the memory, Which caused artifacts from the core.

At that point, I had to drop the core from 985 to 970 to keep stability. Pushed the memory up to 1250Mhz (1253 in Afterburner, but 1250 as reported by monitoring tools), GPU Tool seems to increase in avg FPS consistently throughout, but it drops 1-2 FPS every once in a while during artifact scans. Ex: normally 249.5 to 250.3 as frame ticker jumps, but there will be the occasional 245-247 frame reading for a second before it goes back up. Same for Call of Pripyat, I go from 46-47 FPS standing still to about 43-44 or so. If at stock mem clocks, It hovers at a much more consistent 40-41.

Can anyone comment on this?
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Thanks, +Rep. May I ask what you used to test this/figure this out? GPU Too,l or something else?
Yup, GPU Tool
Performance starts going downhill past 1375 so I run 1365 to be safe.

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Ex: normally 249.5 to 250.3 as frame ticker jumps, but there will be the occasional 245-247 frame reading for a second before it goes back up.
My card does the same, even at stock.
 
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Hello all, just found this thread and am going for it. My card is an XFX ATI Radeon 5870 XXX 1GB card. The stock clock speeds for this card are 875/1300. Up to now I've got 940MHz GPU pretty stable. 950MHz eventually leads to a few artifacts. Still haven't tried upping the memory though - will do this after.

My question is, has anyone tried upping the voltage with MSI Afterburner?
My GPU temperature doesn't go above 44°C and my VDDC temperatures don't go above 65°C (this is at 940MHz, stability testing with GPUTool). This is my cooling setup though:






I have four 120mm fans (each 77.7 CFM) blowing in air from the side, just over the graphics card. There's also a 230mm fan blowing in air from the front. As exhaust I have an 140mm fan in the rear (63 CFM) and three 120mm fans (each 77.7 CFM) on the top. My GPU cooling is a Thermalright HR-03-GT GPU cooler with an Asetek High-Performance (67 CFM) 92mm fan. The GPU cooler is mounted on the GPU with IC Diamond 7 Carat thermal compound and all chips on the card have heatsinks.
    
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Yup, GPU Tool
Performance starts going downhill past 1375 so I run 1365 to be safe.


My card does the same, even at stock.
Good to know it's normal for frames to jump a little bit! Do you happen to get any microstuttering in games? I seem to get a bit more stuttering/quick freezes for Call of Pripyat at 1250Mhz compared to 1000Mhz. More of those split second frame dips.

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Hello all, just found this thread and am going for it. My card is an XFX ATI Radeon 5870 XXX 1GB card. The stock clock speeds for this card are 875/1300. Up to now I've got 940MHz GPU pretty stable. 950MHz eventually leads to a few artifacts. Still haven't tried upping the memory though - will do this after.

My question is, has anyone tried upping the voltage with MSI Afterburner?
My GPU temperature doesn't go above 44°C and my VDDC temperatures don't go above 65°C (this is at 940MHz, stability testing with GPUTool). This is my cooling setup though:
Everyone here uses overvolts through Afterburner.

The cards can take up to 1.3V in Afterburner. Keep the Core temp under 75C and VRMs under 85C-ish or so. The components can really take a beating with max temperature limit at around 100-110C for all components, iirc.

VRM temps jump quite a bit as you increase the voltage compared to the core. Just keep an eye on those with GPU-Z.
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nazi pc? *lol @ coolers*

anyway nice rig but dont try to up memory higher ot it will artifact hard

i say try up 1ghz core and leave the memory at 1300 stock
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nazi pc? *lol @ coolers*

anyway nice rig but dont try to up memory higher ot it will artifact hard

i say try up 1ghz core and leave the memory at 1300 stock
Hahahaha I went overboard with fans, I know.. LOL
I can now happily sit beside my PC for a nice breeze of air coming out the top and from beneath my table, hahaha.

Fair enough about the memory. Perhaps this is why I couldn't seem to get any overclock working in DiRT 2 when I was testing. All my overclocks involved faster memory. I will do that - keep the memory at 1300MHz and just up the GPU. 980MHz seemed stable in GPUTool so I'll go for that first and if it works I'll work up from there. My stock voltage is 1.162V but I've got reports that it can take up to 1.35V or so safely so I might just up mine a bit noting that 1.30V should be more or less where to stop.

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Everyone here uses overvolts through Afterburner.

The cards can take up to 1.3V in Afterburner. Keep the Core temp under 75C and VRMs under 85C-ish or so. The components can really take a beating with max temperature limit at around 100-110C for all components, iirc.

VRM temps jump quite a bit as you increase the voltage compared to the core. Just keep an eye on those with GPU-Z.
Fair do's, thank you, I will do that. 1.30V will be my absolute personal limit but I'll try to keep it under in accordance to temperatures. Someone in a thread I created pointed out that my VRMs were not covered with heatsinks and that I had a heatsink somewhere useless (on top of a plastic case with a sticker). How dumb of me! hahaha
So now it's ok. I've got all the VRMs covered up nicely!
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Great OC guide, much thanks for providing this info. I'd never OCed a video card before. Followed this guide with my new ASUS 5870 (stock 850 core 1000 memory), and got it to 1000 Core @ 1.267v 1300 memory. The stock fan maintains 65c a 67%.

Running the stess test in GPU Tool I do notice a considerable variance in frame rate from one session to another. I have averaged as high as 250 FPS and as low as 226 FPS. Can't make sense outa that...

Also, after using MSI Afterburner to get thru the OC process yesterday, played some BFBC2 for several hours. Now today, BFBC2 won't startup with Afterburner running. Anythoughts on this? Is there potential for Afterburner to conflict with CCC or ASUSes SmartDoctor????
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I'm currently OCing my 5770 to about 900/1300 with 1.149v. I hit 76C while running GPU-Tool stability testing. No artifacts after 20 minutes so I think I'm stable. This is with the fan running at about 50%. I was wondering if needing to up the voltage to hit this point is normal, and should I up the fan speed to reduce temperatures a bit?
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I have just started OC'ing my 5870 as well and I have a quick question. On the GPU tool render, I see like the errors which goes away pretty quick maybe ranging from 1-8 pixel/mega pixel (didn't see it, it flashed away really quick), but I don't see any artifacting on the thing itself (as in the yellow dots), can I still push higher?

I'm currently at 980/1200(Doing mem in a few) at 1.162v
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