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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Well again, it sounds pretty good so far. Let's see how it does with just a tiny bit less voltage. I mean, if it goes down in steps (or straps, set amounts, etc), then let's go down to the next one.


A stock 470 is indeed slightly better at overclocking than these.
It goes down in .0001 intervals.
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It goes down in .0001 intervals.
Uh-oh, that's not as easy. hehehehe

So I guess we will pick a round number. I can't speak from experience, so let's try 1.080V, and then go down to 1.075V, 1.070V, etc.
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post #2553 of 5083
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Originally Posted by Droogie View Post
It goes down in .0001 intervals.
The voltage steps on Fermi cards are at 125 millivolts, or .0125V.

i.e.
1.000V
1.0125V
1.0250V
1.0375V

You can 'choose' values different in AB, but the voltage will default to the nearest 'step'.
    
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It goes down in .0001 intervals.
Personally, I start raising clocks until I either lose my display, crash, or see some artifacts. Then I will proceed to bump the voltage a notch. Rinse and repeat.

It's nice to have the lowest possible voltage while maintaining complete stability so you can keep your temps down.

This is just how I do things. If your overclock is stable with your current voltage, then you can do the process in reverse (but leave your clocks the same). Just decrease voltage until it's unstable and then set the voltage a notch up from that. I would jump by .005 (e.g. 1.075, 1.070, 1.065, etc.).

Hope this helps!
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They've just accumulated since I first joined. I think the secret is to hope that you get absolutely nothing in return when you help others.
Hehe, thanks for the secret

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Does anyone elses 470 only allow 45% for a minimum on the fan? Is it my bios stopping it from going lower or the card? 45% is quite audible and not needed at all in an AC'ed room at idle.
Mine's at 40% min using afterburner, probably the bios.

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Let me know what you guys think!

1.05v, 825/1652/2050, 70% fan.

It never broke 71 C during Vantage and loaded at 78 C in Kombustor.

That's an awesome score and OC!

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Personally, I start raising clocks until I either lose my display, crash, or see some artifacts. Then I will proceed to bump the voltage a notch. Rinse and repeat.

It's nice to have the lowest possible voltage while maintaining complete stability so you can keep your temps down.

This is just how I do things. If your overclock is stable with your current voltage, then you can do the process in reverse (but leave your clocks the same). Just decrease voltage until it's unstable and then set the voltage a notch up from that. I would jump by .005 (e.g. 1.075, 1.070, 1.065, etc.).

Hope this helps!
I'm so noob at this, do you run Kombustor or OCScanner in between each clock bump? B/c just setting a new core clock in Afterburner doesn't do anything (at least for me), I've set it to 820mhz in one go from stock and nothing happened.
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Hehe, thanks for the secret



Mine's at 40% min using afterburner, probably the bios.



That's an awesome score and OC!



I'm so noob at this, do you run Kombustor or OCScanner in between each clock bump? B/c just setting a new core clock in Afterburner doesn't do anything (at least for me), I've set it to 820mhz in one go from stock and nothing happened.

I'm enjoying my card. The vantage score seems about on par with what it should be so that's always good.


As for overclocking, set your frequency and voltage and test for stability. You need to test after every change to make sure the card is stable at that voltage/clock.
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What is considered stable for OCCT stress tests? Is it having 0 errors, or a small amount of errors, or not crashing?

New to OCCT as you can see

What settings do most people use? As far as resolution, full screen, shadow complexity?
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What is considered stable for OCCT stress tests? Is it having 0 errors, or a small amount of errors, or not crashing?

New to OCCT as you can see

What settings do most people use? As far as resolution, full screen, shadow complexity?
I'm pretty sure complete stability would be 0 errors. I don't use OCCT so I have no idea really.


Just spent 20 minutes playing Bad Company with the 258.xx drivers and it feels much slower than my single 5850. It's tearing a fair amount and actually running about 20 fps less than my 5850 with the same settings.

Should I hold onto my GTX 470s for the awesomeness or should I just use 5850 xfire.



brettjv, you've got experience with both. What's your opinion?
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Can someone do a vantage run on high settings for me to get something to compare to? I would appreciate it. If it has already been done in this thread I apologize, I dont have what it takes to go look for it

My temps are high but just can not not try to OC my cards again
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I'm pretty sure complete stability would be 0 errors. I don't use OCCT so I have no idea really.


Just spent 20 minutes playing Bad Company with the 258.xx drivers and it feels much slower than my single 5850. It's tearing a fair amount and actually running about 20 fps less than my 5850 with the same settings.

Should I hold onto my GTX 470s for the awesomeness or should I just use 5850 xfire.



brettjv, you've got experience with both. What's your opinion?
Hm, it shouldn't be slower fps wise... Are you running in dx10? It's much smoother in dx10. It does tear noticeably more than the 5850 though
    
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