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Question for you guys... Anyone own a PNY 570 external exhaust?

Thinking about possibly picking this PNY 570 up..


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133401



Thoughts? Opinions? Is $260 for this card a good deal?
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Hi guys,
I've got myself a brand new Gigabyte gtx570 and after hours of digging oc forums i'm plannig to oc 850/1700, 1063v with stock cooling. I've seen some posts about vrams being fried and actually it made me kinda nervous to oc the memory. I will be mostly playing Battlefield 3, so will my vrams be okay with 1063v on stock cooling? thanks...

Should be fine, just watch temps. Every OC is a gamble though. I've read about them frying at the stock voltage, but it's possible people let them get too hot. Either way Gigabyte will RMA your card if anything happens because they won't be able to tell what clock speeds you were running when the card blew (not saying it will blow, but, always a very very small chance). So you're good to go.
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quite annoyed... My card does not OC at all.

tryed so many configurations and it allways crash.

tryed 1100v 900 1900
1100v 850 1900
1034v 800 1900
1034v 850 1900
1065v 800 1900



they all crash on heaven benchmark... i cant even slightly oc damn thing...

quite ironic as it has so many OC advertising on a box, but damn thing does not OC at all... ASUS gtx570.
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okay, i think i got my first proper stable setup

1100v 830w 1900w


It did not crashed on Heaven ( twice in a row ) and did not crashed on Extreme benchmark of MSI kombuster.


my question: my stock voltage on this card is 1013v, is it safe for me to have 1100v even if i only Slightly OCed it?
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my question: my stock voltage on this card is 1013v, is it safe for me to have 1100v even if i only Slightly OCed it?
A better question would be: is it really worth the added volts, stress and heat you're putting on the card for a slight bump in clock speed?
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so will my vrams be okay with 1063v on stock cooling? thanks...
Vram is a term used to describe video memory which is the ram chips on your card. VRM is an acronym used to describe the voltage regulation that gives your card power. Reading your post, it's hard to figure out which one you're talking about.
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quite ironic as it has so many OC advertising on a box, but damn thing does not OC at all... ASUS gtx570.

You cant guarantee overclocking performance its not how things work. You can only guarantee stock clock performance with a very high but still less than 100% accuracy. Supporting overclocking and the chip being any better than the minimal testing for that model yield are 2 different things. Most reference designs support overclocking even though they might not be any different in binning for quality.
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A better question would be: is it really worth the added volts, stress and heat you're putting on the card for a slight bump in clock speed?

it newer went over 51C on bechmarks and now i had a session on BF3 and it went max to 61C max fan speed was 24% Is it very high tempreture for OCed card?
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it newer went over 51C on bechmarks and now i had a session on BF3 and it went max to 61C max fan speed was 24% Is it very high tempreture for OCed card?

Oh not at all man that's an awesome temp to have during gameplay.
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Oh not at all man that's an awesome temp to have during gameplay.

i found this: its 1 to 1 same card i got

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_570_Direct_Cu_II/3.html

by the looks of it it can take alot of beating and voltage changes. that stock cooler looks like a beast. it is 3 slot fat bastard after all...

i will try to run with this setup for awile, it looks like stable and tempretures are low ( from what you said and what others told on web )



i find it weird though, i newer sow this card go with more then 61C on any benchmark, in fact BF is the only one which got her to 61C. though when i tried a few OC setups from here it would crash drivers or heaven benchmark, but Temps newer go more then 54C...
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