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My cards got unstable at 925/2100. Think I'd have to go past 1.1V to go any higher.
Edited by Jarobata - 10/15/11 at 12:05pm
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My cards got unstable at 925/2100. Think I'd have to go past 1.1V to go any higher.

May or may not help but try lowering your mem clock.
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May or may not help but try lowering your mem clock.
Good call, got it to 925/2000.

Is it worth flashing it with a new BIOS to go past 1100mV? Does that void my warranty?
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Yes it would void your warranty but what you ought to be concerned with is a possible RMA being denied due to it. So if you had a problem with the new BIOS that unlocked the voltage, and couldn't flash it back then that would be grounds for them to deny the RMA. However if you had a problem but could get the original BIOS flashed back then they wouldn't know you made a change. Personally I would stick with what you have at least for the next few months, the coolers on your cards can't really handle much more than 1.1v anyway, the most I would really expect them to do is 1.125v or so. I would stick with what you have because 925 if stable is actually pretty freakin' high. You would be hard pressed to notice a difference even if best case scenario you got to 975 with the extra voltage, but you would certainly notice the increased heat and noise (You remember what you're cards sound like at 100%? Want them there always under any load?). If you can get your cards considerable cooler like for example watercooling then that would be a time to consider more than 1.1v but for now I would be very happy with what you have. You don't want to even know how far away from 925 my 570 was at 1.1v... let's just say it was pretty freaking far.
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Yes it would void your warranty but what you ought to be concerned with is a possible RMA being denied due to it. So if you had a problem with the new BIOS that unlocked the voltage, and couldn't flash it back then that would be grounds for them to deny the RMA. However if you had a problem but could get the original BIOS flashed back then they wouldn't know you made a change. Personally I would stick with what you have at least for the next few months, the coolers on your cards can't really handle much more than 1.1v anyway, the most I would really expect them to do is 1.125v or so. I would stick with what you have because 925 if stable is actually pretty freakin' high. You would be hard pressed to notice a difference even if best case scenario you got to 975 with the extra voltage, but you would certainly notice the increased heat and noise (You remember what you're cards sound like at 100%? Want them there always under any load?). If you can get your cards considerable cooler like for example watercooling then that would be a time to consider more than 1.1v but for now I would be very happy with what you have. You don't want to even know how far away from 925 my 570 was at 1.1v... let's just say it was pretty freaking far.
Haha alright, sounds good. It was actually sitting in the mid 70's after an hour running unigine so I'm pretty happy. Thanks for the help.
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Hi guys currently have my EVGA GTX570 @ 850 -1700 with 1063 voltage. I'm water cooling it with a full cover block and temps are amazing. Was hoping to hit 900 but when I run Overclock Scanner the card sounds like a clunking hard drive. Is this normal ?

Just realized it is my PSU making the clunking noise. OHHH NOOOO only does it when I stress test with overclock scanner.
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How many power phase does EVGA GTX570 Classified has? 4+2 or more??
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Is there a stress test that can ensure that the overclock is stable? For example, I ran Heaven 2.5 a couple times with no crashes or visible artifacts, however when I play WoW on higher clocks the card stops responding once a while, this rarely happens when playing on default clocks. Any suggestions?
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Is there a stress test that can ensure that the overclock is stable? For example, I ran Heaven 2.5 a couple times with no crashes or visible artifacts, however when I play WoW on higher clocks the card stops responding once a while, this rarely happens when playing on default clocks. Any suggestions?
I run 3dmark 11, Vantage, and 3dmark 06.

Then I give the Crysis 1 Benchmark with max AA and 50 loops a go. Usually if you pass that, then you're good to go.
    
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Is there a stress test that can ensure that the overclock is stable? For example, I ran Heaven 2.5 a couple times with no crashes or visible artifacts, however when I play WoW on higher clocks the card stops responding once a while, this rarely happens when playing on default clocks. Any suggestions?
Try running furmark or occt for 20 or so minutes. If the clock isn't stable then increase the voltage to the next step or back off the clocks. Also don't really worry about overclocking the memory on the gpu, you won't see much of an improvement in performance and most of the time it just makes a good core overclock unstable. Just go for a higher core clock.
    
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