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post #11 of 16
Ive never had a problem with the detect settings, adn the card never realy got hot 52c max at 570/1.14, but manualy I could push it as far as 579/1.20 above that artifacts, temps were in the 70c range, I put some AS5 on the core, then was able to crank it up a bit more 582/1.33 with a load temp of 58c on 3D Mark06. Although it doesnt realy mater high high I overclock my card, I realy dont get much more out of it, in 05 I get about 605 more points and I only get a score of 1890 in 06 with a CPU score of 2100 or something. 1 of these days I will get a new card but as is it does all I need(no gaming)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kppowell
holey smokes
how can such a little fuzzy box make my card so hot?
You'll find that "little fuzzy box" heats up your card more than any games you play.
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post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by sccr64472
You'll find that "little fuzzy box" heats up your card more than any games you play.

lol no kidding, my 6600gt freaks out and hits about 90c in about 3 or 4 minutes.
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post #14 of 16
I must agree on sideburns on this one, 1 artifact is 1 artifact too many
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post #15 of 16
what really are artifacts? do they damage the card?
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post #16 of 16
They are the result of the card "mis-stepping", and drawing a texture incorrectly. The artifacts themselves do not harm the card, they are just a sign that to much stress and heat is being put on the card. However, if you run the card so that it artifacts constantly, it could be damaged from the stress and heat.
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