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Poll Results: Was your previous card ATI or NVIDIA?

 
  • 36% (668)
    ATI
  • 63% (1181)
    NVIDIA
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Anybody?

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I got a hold of some 2133 ram and I'm actually scoring slightly less in 3d11
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I got a hold of some 2133 ram and I'm actually scoring slightly less in 3d11
Are the timings worse?
     
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Are the timings worse?
Yeah, timmings are not the best ones, so I'm just going to return them.

Sadly, something is up w/ my gpu(s). Getting the "red tearing" when oc. Wish I had the MIVE to shutdown each individual gpu . Time to drain the loop and test one card at a time for possible rma
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Yeah, timmings are not the best ones, so I'm just going to return them.

Sadly, something is up w/ my gpu(s). Getting the "red tearing" when oc. Wish I had the MIVE to shutdown each individual gpu . Time to drain the loop and test one card at a time for possible rma


Good luck. Hopefully it's not that bad.
     
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post #4007 of 5998
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Good luck. Hopefully it's not that bad.
Yeah, all I did was just installed the new ram and ran a few benchmarks on the same clocks I've done before. I didn't see any improvement with the new ram so I'm returning that and keeping my sig ram. I'm really mad at myself for not getting the MIVE when I had a great opportunity to get one for $200. The pcie shutoff switches are a useful feature when trouble shooting multiple cards. I missed that feature on my old R3E . I'll have to do it the hard way and pull all cards and just run one at time. I'm going to search for a MIVE as I don't want to go through this hassle again.
post #4008 of 5998
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Yeah, timmings are not the best ones, so I'm just going to return them.

Sadly, something is up w/ my gpu(s). Getting the "red tearing" when oc. Wish I had the MIVE to shutdown each individual gpu . Time to drain the loop and test one card at a time for possible rma
try lowering your mem clocks and see if it still happens. i get artifacs when my mem is too high, the card doesnt seem to like it.
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try lowering your mem clocks and see if it still happens. i get artifacs when my mem is too high, the card doesnt seem to like it.
I've ran 2400 before many times and this just happened after I swap ram. Very unusual, but I have seen the red tearing before and its when a card went bad. Eventually the display drivers crash, when I see the monitor has the amber light (instead of blue). Nice way to start off the weekend

Doesn't happen on stock clocks though.
post #4010 of 5998
Just made the switch from the 5770 to the 560 TI , Also transferred everything from my GD05 back to the ABS. Upgrades for the future, 2500k,and SLI.
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