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Well, Nvidia interviewed Patrick Liu from Dice, maybe im alone on this one but I bet Nvidia is paying them to say dual GTX580s so people will buy them/ or buy multiples for SLI/Crossfire of lesser cards.

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Could be way out of line here, but I think your physx cards may be holding you back a little. Might be worth benching without the 250 and finding out.
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Could be way out of line here, but I think your physx cards may be holding you back a little. Might be worth benching without the 250 and finding out.
My 250 was killing my scores as a physx card, I took it out. Letting the 570's handle it improved my scores a decent amount.
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Left score is with the 250, right side is without the 250. I put it in there as it was laying around.
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If you overvolt them, yes. The VRM design isn't the greatest but its not bad either, basically just enough for the card and a bit of headroom but not much more than that. Once you edit the cards bios and allow more voltage than normal you're taking your chances with a reference card, but other than that there should be no problems.
Hmm so if I use daily 1.1volt which is max voltage for my MSI GTX570TFII OC at 950/1100 then it would be stable and safe, is that right Scorpion49?? Temp never touch 80c maybe 73-77c, sorry forgot
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Hmm so if I use daily 1.1volt which is max voltage for my MSI GTX570TFII OC at 950/1100 then it would be stable and safe, is that right Scorpion49?? Temp never touch 80c maybe 73-77c, sorry forgot
It will probably be OK.. guess only way to be sure is to use less volts.

VRMs blowing is nothing to do with the temperature.. I think everyone who blew their VRM happened when the card was not running hot.
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Hmm so if I use daily 1.1volt which is max voltage for my MSI GTX570TFII OC at 950/1100 then it would be stable and safe, is that right Scorpion49?? Temp never touch 80c maybe 73-77c, sorry forgot
Mine have been at 1.1v for 3D for a long time. I use a profile with .913v for idle/2D so they stay cool but 3D has been 1.100v since february with no issues.
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I'm at 850/1700, haven't touched voltage and I'd prefer not to. I'll be going up towards 900/2000 soon now that I see so many people up that high and stable.
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I'm at 850/1700, haven't touched voltage and I'd prefer not to. I'll be going up towards 900/2000 soon now that I see so many people up that high and stable.
Yeah I'm pretty happy with 900/2000 I had the voltage at 1.050v for it, I might try lower but I played a few hours of BF3 with that setting and it's been super stable, max temp of 63C in game with my zalman GPU cooler.
    
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Yeah I'm pretty happy with 900/2000 I had the voltage at 1.050v for it, I might try lower but I played a few hours of BF3 with that setting and it's been super stable, max temp of 63C in game with my zalman GPU cooler.
I wish I could go that low on voltage. One of my cards seems to run at 1.025 stock with nothing changed, so any overclock crashes it. If I take that one out I can OC the other two to 950 pretty easily but that third one just doesn't like to.
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Anyone here with a stock gtx 570 @ 1.025v? If so, how far were you able to push it?
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