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Win7 64bit
CF 5770

Where to get it? What version? Ty!
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Originally Posted by xquisit View Post
Win7 64bit
CF 5770

Where to get it? What version? Ty!
Oh, get the latest one for sure right from here:

http://www.ozone3d.net/benchmarks/fur/

That's the official site.
    
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Oh, get the latest one for sure right from here:

http://www.ozone3d.net/benchmarks/fur/

That's the official site.
Thanks, and I am using it to stress test my GPU.

Highest Res: 1280x1040

What other options should I select?
MSAA: If yes, what number?
Xtreme Burning Mode?
Should I ask it to Log GPU Temp, if I'm already looking through MSI AfterBurner?

I'm sure I click the stability test, but do people use FurMark to benchmark as well?
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It doesn't really matter what res you choose. I usually run it at 800x600. MSAA will actually make the GPU run cooler. Choosing 0x makes it the hottest and probably is the best for a stability test. Dunno about burn mode. I never use it. Probably just makes the card a little hotter. You don't need to log the temps unless you want to.

Just watch your temps. Mines peaks at 76C with the fan @ 70-75%. I have the Vapor-X cooler though so stock is probably quite a bit hotter.
 
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Originally Posted by xquisit View Post
Thanks, and I am using it to stress test my GPU.

Highest Res: 1280x1040

What other options should I select?
MSAA: If yes, what number?
Xtreme Burning Mode?
Should I ask it to Log GPU Temp, if I'm already looking through MSI AfterBurner?

I'm sure I click the stability test, but do people use FurMark to benchmark as well?
MS AA is Multisampling Anti-Aliasing, so I guess you can use whatever you would prefer.

Regarding Xtreme Burning Mode according to oZone3D:
Quote:
Xtreme Burning is a mode where the workload of GPU is maximal. In this mode, the donut is fixe and is displayed in front side which offers the largest surface. In this mode, the GPU quickly becomes very hot:

Logging the GPU temp isn't necessary unless you want to save the temperature results. Fortunately, Furmark displays the temperature at the same time as the test, so there's no need to use anything else to monitor them.
    
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When I run my test @ stock and @ OCd speeds and voltages it starts to flicker. And some things are even on my screen.

Is this normal?
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post #7 of 12
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When I run my test @ stock and @ OCd speeds and voltages it starts to flicker. And some things are even on my screen.

Is this normal?
I don't know, but it doesn't happen to me.
    
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post #8 of 12
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When I run my test @ stock and @ OCd speeds and voltages it starts to flicker. And some things are even on my screen.

Is this normal?
That doesn't sound too good. The entire screen flickers or just the furmark window? And by things on the screen do you mean artifacts?
 
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It happens, only, when I have my second monitor plugged in (attached to same GPU used for the first monitor).

Usually, everything is fin until I open MW2 then the screen gets green flashing lines.

Same thing happened in Furmark. I unplugged the monitor and everything is fine, but it looks like my current specs aren't stable for my 5770s.

I will start all over, and try to find my highest clocks.

I was using the something tool(Uti tool?) to stress test my GPU, and yes I'm very new to over-clocking
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It happens, only, when I have my second monitor plugged in (attached to same GPU used for the first monitor).

Usually, everything is fin until I open MW2 then the screen gets green flashing lines.

Same thing happened in Furmark. I unplugged the monitor and everything is fine, but it looks like my current specs aren't stable for my 5770s.

I will start all over, and try to find my highest clocks.

I was using the something tool(Uti tool?) to stress test my GPU, and yes I'm very new to over-clocking
What drivers are you using?
 
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