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yes i am not a furmark supporter for testing gpu's. id rather run my favorite game and see where it stands.
    
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post #42 of 80
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Originally Posted by windfire View Post
This 'safety feature' is particularly obvious for the HD5970 because many would like to try to overclock it to the frequency of a HD5870.
The dual gpu cards get hit the hardest by the 300w certification limit. I wonder how overclockable the 6990 will be.
Edited by Draygonn - 11/15/10 at 4:34am
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post #43 of 80
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Originally Posted by Draygonn View Post
The dual gpu cards get hit the hardest by the 300w certification limit.
That's why it's great to be a partner, ie. ASUS and MSI (MARS, MARS II (not released dual GTX480), ARES, Lightning, etc...). When it comes to aftermarket GPU models, you're not limited to any specifications.


Edited by Open1Your1Eyes0 - 11/15/10 at 6:16am
post #44 of 80
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There's no way that is a defensive fanboy response.

No way.

Come on, if I was an nvidia fan I would be disappointed in them for doing this.

Nvidia, you are a schmuck.
    
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I am using Nvidia, AND I own one, and I think it is sad for them to do this, but sense it doesn't affect games its not a major problem, and if someone buys a 500$+ GPU he should allso be able to have extra 60$ for an aftermarket cooler, Atleast I'm buying one soon.
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The whole point of this is.

"Who buys a car with 900 Horsepower and expect it to run 60mpg?"
post #47 of 80
i can see why they did this,

If i were to add another 470 and game on it, my power consumpution would be somewhere around 500W under load

But with a SINGLE 470 in furmark/OCCT I draw 515W from the wall which makes me question whether a 750W power supply is enough for SLI (in furmark/occt)

Had i not tried those applications i would say 750W would handle 470SLI for a joke.
    
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post #48 of 80
I just realized that this:

http://www.legionhardware.com/articl...roblems,2.html

was never posted in the news section.

HEY. What gives? Problems with Nvidia, everyone flocks and clamors to be the first to post. Problems with an ATI card, it's given a blind eye!
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Originally Posted by Kand View Post
I just realized that this:

http://www.legionhardware.com/articl...roblems,2.html

was never posted in the news section.

HEY. What gives? Problems with Nvidia, everyone flocks and clamors to be the first to post. Problems with an ATI card, it's given a blind eye!

I think for that massive card, it would be adequate to have a throttling feature to perhaps save the card from potential danger? I understand throttling is supposed take place somewhere around 105C. If that particular card is daily operated say, around ~103C, potential issue/failures may arise. Regardless, I can't advocate either company for inventing such "features", so to speak.

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I found it here.

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GPU-Z Test Build] Disable power limiter on GTX 580


When the attached build is started with command line parameter /GTX580OCP it will disable the power limitation system of the card until next reboot.

GPU-Z only has to be started once and can then close, it does not have to be running for the rest of the session.



Please use at your own risk. Exceeding the power limitation of the card may result in damage to card and/or motherboard.
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