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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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    Yes!
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    No!
  • 14% (13)
    Yes and No!
  • 33% (30)
    Don't give a damn about it! (LOL)
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post #1511 of 6429
Here we go

GTX 570 at 850/1700/2000 (not 2050 this time). 3DMark11 score 5589

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/549869

Really strange it capped the FPS to 30 in all tests when using Basic mode, when the picture was scaled down.

So using Advanced mode, selecting Performance preset and stretching the picture (like version 1.00 did) seemed to fix the problem. The counter now showed past 30FPS in several tests...
    
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Originally Posted by donrapello View Post
850mhz with 1.05v? That's very nice indeed! +30mhz with 1.1v really ain't worth it

I'll post my results when i get my own card running.
From what I've seen 850 at 1.05 or 1.063 Volts is pretty average for GTX 570's...

Some get more lucky, or I'm not sure how people are testing their stability, as I've said, I use OCCT. Can game on higher clocks than OCCT show as stable. So...

And some get plain unlucky and need 1.1 Volts for 850MHz.
    
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KingT,

By the way, one of my Q9400@3.6GHz's cores gave error in Prime95 Large FFTs in my secondary system after almost 8 hours Maybe I should up FSB volts one notch or just call it stable. 8 hours should be good enough. Or what?
    
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From what I've seen 850 at 1.05 or 1.063 Volts is pretty average for GTX 570's...

Some get more lucky, or I'm not sure how people are testing their stability, as I've said, I use OCCT. Can game on higher clocks than OCCT show as stable. So...

And some get plain unlucky and need 1.1 Volts for 850MHz.
Unlucky.. i'm pretty familiar with that word

My friends 570 was 830mhz stable with that 1.038. Stock voltage was 1.025v.
850mhz wasn't stable even with 1.078v and then we didn't have more time to try higher volts for it. I guess it would have been stable with 1.1v

I was pretty busy that day.. i had to build his complete rig with wc-setup and overclock the damn i7-950 I Got it stable to 4.2 @ 1.31v. It was pretty nice.
post #1515 of 6429
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Unlucky.. i'm pretty familiar with that word

My friends 570 was 830mhz stable with that 1.038. Stock voltage was 1.025v.
850mhz wasn't stable even with 1.078v and then we didn't have more time to try higher volts for it. I guess it would have been stable with 1.1v

I was pretty busy that day.. i had to build his complete rig with wc-setup and overclock the damn i7-950 I Got it stable to 4.2 @ 1.31v. It was pretty nice.
What did you use for stability testing? OCCT?
    
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post #1516 of 6429
And I don't know where this GTX 570/580 downclocking in Furmark and OCCT comes from. I have been logging my card with GPU-Z, and it does not downclock. It must have been with earlier drivers or versions of those programs.
    
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KingT,

By the way, one of my Q9400@3.6GHz's cores gave error in Prime95 Large FFTs in my secondary system after almost 8 hours Maybe I should up FSB volts one notch or just call it stable. 8 hours should be good enough. Or what?
Call it stable for sure..

As to troubleshoot it would not be worth it..

8h is plenthy even for me (my is 12h stable though)..

I had an error once in P95 LARGE FFT on my Q9550 @ 3.8GHz after 10h and I was so mad that I've decided to tune it again and reun it to be 12h stable LoL..

Now when I look back I see that I was a damn fool..

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Call it stable for sure..

As to troubleshoot it would not be worth it..

8h is plenthy even for me (my is 12h stable though)..

I had an error once in P95 LARGE FFT on my Q9550 @ 3.8GHz after 10h and I was so mad that I've decided to tune it again and reun it to be 12h stable LoL..

Now when I look back I see that I was a damn fool..

CHEERS..
LOL! I too like to be almost past 100% stable I have two choices, either up performance level from 8 to 9 or up FSB volts one more notch...

However, as you've said, almost 8 hours should do it
    
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post #1519 of 6429
KingT,

You read what I found out about my 3DMark11 scores, and my new results? Still, I'm a little slower than your GTX 480. Maybe I should have removed two memsticks and ran 8.5x 458FSB just to be more identical to your setup..
    
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post #1520 of 6429
Check out THIS THREAD from earlier today where guy killed his GTX570 in OCCT with power draw limiter disabled..

He has blown VRM's on his card that was cooled by Accelero Extreme GPU cooler..

So be carefull when testing OC on these cards..

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