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Poll Results: Was your previous card ATI or NVIDIA?

 
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    ATI
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    NVIDIA
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post #681 of 5998
you can officially add me to the list (pics soon)
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post #682 of 5998
Can add me to the list:

Pics As follows :-D

3dMark11 Score: http://3dmark.com/3dm11/426819




Edited by Slap Dash - 1/15/11 at 12:21am
post #683 of 5998
Hi everyone add me to the green team I just got my new EVGA GTX 570 today! Here's some photos (sorry about the quality they're taken off my phone):




Here's my desk (I haven't installed the card yet):

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post #684 of 5998
I've got the gtx 570 and here is my proof:

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post #685 of 5998
This is during some testing.
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post #686 of 5998
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Originally Posted by Korak View Post
Mongoloid... your case looks damn good.
But hows the temps&fanspeeds with cards inside obsidian 800d?
Its most beautiful case, but heard not best for aircooling.

Well...im not staying air cooled long...im installing a loop this weekend. H70 keeps my 930@ around 35c idle/65 load and my 580s idle@ approx 40c and load@ 80c on metro 2033. Not the best case for air cooling without heavy modification.
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post #687 of 5998
I have a Zotac GTX 570.
http://img196.imageshack.us/i/14795128.png/

Edited by Micket73 - 1/15/11 at 7:19am
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Hello i am new with Over clocking. I am afraid to damage my card. I over clocked my GTX 570 to 850MhZ 1700MHz 2000MHz.

In furmark everything was running fine for 1 hour at 75 degrees full load. But when i runned heaven 2.1 it was lagging and after 20 sec the screen became black but my pc was still on so i alt tabbed.

Now i was watching at screenshots here from people who had overclocked to 850 and saw most of them had 1063 core volt. Since i don't know what core volt is i did exactly same. And now heaven is working. I played crysis for 1 hour and everything seems ok.

Now i tried to go immediately to 900 MHz 1800MHZ 2200MHz. I saw on people screen shots that they had 1100 volt so i did same. I cannot go higher than that anyway with afterburner.

Now when i start furmark after 7 min the screen becomes black and the card switches 3D out. Same for Heaven what should i do now the temps look OK around 77 degrees with fan on 76 percent.

Can the voltage damage my card? I have with MSI 2 different profiles 1 for gamins witch is over clocked and 1 standard when i don't game. Every time i go in a game i switch to the game profile.

Can constantly switching damage my card? The game profile has more voltage then the default one. Can that damage my card? Is MSI afterburner secured? That means no matter witch voltage you take it will not damage?

Now if the screen switches to black @ 900MHz 1800MHz and 2200MHZ. Does that means my card cannot do that? Since my temps looked ok in furmark? I did 1100 voltage like on the screen shot of people with 900MHz. When can i call something stable? When i play furmark and crysis for 1 hour without artefact's or crashing can i consider it stable?

My friend told me if you do wrong voltage it can burn. How do i know its wrong voltage. ATM i have 850MHz 1700MHZ 2000MHZ 1063 core voltage. When i run furmark for 1 hour max temps is 75 degreed and fan is at 76 percent. Idle i get 37 degrees.

Thank you very much
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post #689 of 5998
pny gtx 570


By gildadan at 2011-01-15
Edited by gildadan - 1/15/11 at 7:57am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Micket73 View Post
Hello i am new with Over clocking. I am afraid to damage my card. I over clocked my GTX 570 to 850MhZ 1700MHz 2000MHz.

In furmark everything was running fine for 1 hour at 75 degrees full load. But when i runned heaven 2.1 it was lagging and after 20 sec the screen became black but my pc was still on so i alt tabbed.

Now i was watching at screenshots here from people who had overclocked to 850 and saw most of them had 1063 core volt. Since i don't know what core volt is i did exactly same. And now heaven is working. I played crysis for 1 hour and everything seems ok.

Now i tried to go immediately to 900 MHz 1800MHZ 2200MHz. I saw on people screen shots that they had 1100 volt so i did same. I cannot go higher than that anyway with afterburner.

Now when i start furmark after 7 min the screen becomes black and the card switches 3D out. Same for Heaven what should i do now the temps look OK around 77 degrees with fan on 76 percent.

Can the voltage damage my card? I have with MSI 2 different profiles 1 for gamins witch is over clocked and 1 standard when i don't game. Every time i go in a game i switch to the game profile.

Too much voltage can. I'd keep it under 1.13V for daily use.

Can constantly switching damage my card? The game profile has more voltage then the default one. Can that damage my card? Is MSI afterburner secured? That means no matter witch voltage you take it will not damage?

Nope, switching profiles does not damage your card. MSI Afterburner can give you enough voltage to kill your card depending on how long you use it for.

Now if the screen switches to black @ 900MHz 1800MHz and 2200MHZ. Does that means my card cannot do that? Since my temps looked ok in furmark? I did 1100 voltage like on the screen shot of people with 900MHz. When can i call something stable? When i play furmark and crysis for 1 hour without artefact's or crashing can i consider it stable?

Could be that 1.1V is not enough for your card to be stable at those clocks. Furmark isn't the stability test to run on 570/580 cards since they were made to limit power output during any burn tests. To me, stability is one pass of 3DMark Vantage, but for gamer's I'd reccomend up to 3 passes. Then of course if it crashes it isn't stable.

My friend told me if you do wrong voltage it can burn. How do i know its wrong voltage. ATM i have 850MHz 1700MHZ 2000MHZ 1063 core voltage. When i run furmark for 1 hour max temps is 75 degreed and fan is at 76 percent. Idle i get 37 degrees.

To me 1.063V is still within limits so that's fine.

Thank you very much
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