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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 #691 of 5998
Thanks for the answer. I play crysis with a temp of 67-68 degrees with the fan on 67 percent is that ok? I am a 24/7 gamer. Same for games as metro 2033 and Black ops.


For the memory clock is there some rule for example if you have 800MHz you cannot go below 1900MHZ memory clock? I saw people with 900MHz And a memory of 2000 and others 2200. Will i feel any difference between 2000MHz memory clock and 2200?
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post #693 of 5998
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Originally Posted by Micket73 View Post
Thanks for the answer. I play crysis with a temp of 67-68 degrees with the fan on 67 percent is that ok? I am a 24/7 gamer. Same for games as metro 2033 and Black ops.


For the memory clock is there some rule for example if you have 800MHz you cannot go below 1900MHZ memory clock? I saw people with 900MHz And a memory of 2000 and others 2200. Will i feel any difference between 2000MHz memory clock and 2200?
Not enough to warrant the wear on the memory chips. We've already had one case of someone bricking his card due to running 2300mhz memory for only 10 days.

I won't push mine further than 2000mhz.
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post #694 of 5998
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Originally Posted by Micket73 View Post
Thanks for the answer. I play crysis with a temp of 67-68 degrees with the fan on 67 percent is that ok? I am a 24/7 gamer. Same for games as metro 2033 and Black ops.


For the memory clock is there some rule for example if you have 800MHz you cannot go below 1900MHZ memory clock? I saw people with 900MHz And a memory of 2000 and others 2200. Will i feel any difference between 2000MHz memory clock and 2200?
Just bump memory if you feel it's a bottleneck. These seem to be sensitive.
post #695 of 5998
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post #696 of 5998
Well i play games at least 12 hours a day. And my PC is never turned of. Idle my card is 38-40 degrees. When i play its max 70 degrees with 70 percent speed fan. My card is over clocked to 850MHz, 1700MHz, 2000MHz and 1063 core voltage. The system is stable but is this safe for a 24/7 gamer? I want to keep the card at least 2 years.

Should i turn back my memory from 2000 to 1900 stock? Or is 2000 still safe.
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post #697 of 5998
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Well i play games at least 12 hours a day. And my PC is never turned of. Idle my card is 38-40 degrees. When i play its max 70 degrees with 70 percent speed fan. My card is over clocked to 850MHz, 1700MHz, 2000MHz and 1063 core voltage. The system is stable but is this safe for a 24/7 gamer? I want to keep the card at least 2 years.

Should i turn back my memory from 2000 to 1900 stock? Or is 2000 still safe.
For 2 years? I'd back off the overclock or admit an RMA is likely.
post #698 of 5998
where can i grab latest AB?
http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/?
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post #699 of 5998
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where can i grab latest AB?
http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/?
http://downloads.guru3d.com/download...4efb3ae87903bc

there you go my friend
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post #700 of 5998
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Well i play games at least 12 hours a day. And my PC is never turned of. Idle my card is 38-40 degrees. When i play its max 70 degrees with 70 percent speed fan. My card is over clocked to 850MHz, 1700MHz, 2000MHz and 1063 core voltage. The system is stable but is this safe for a 24/7 gamer? I want to keep the card at least 2 years.

Should i turn back my memory from 2000 to 1900 stock? Or is 2000 still safe.
No. You should get a life.
Go outside and see the world in 3dSurround. Its FREE.
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