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I'm having some trouble overclocking my Evga GTX570 (regular, not superclocked). I've been running it at 1.038v, 810 core and unchanged memory, but I'll get blue screens, freezes, or computer restarts occasionally. It happens about once every 12 hours of computer usage.

The card has a water block and temps never exceed 38 celcius. I also overclocked my i7 2600k to 4.5 ghz. To make sure my CPU wasn't the issue, I ran the GPU at stock for 2 weeks and kept the CPU at 4.5ghz, and I haven't had a single issue.

Also, I've run many 3dmark tests and I ran furmark for about an hour and didn't have any issues.

I want to get the core clock to 850 but I'm afraid I might be pushing the card too far.

Any suggestions?

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I'm having some trouble overclocking my Evga GTX570 (regular, not superclocked). I've been running it at 1.038v, 810 core and unchanged memory, but I'll get blue screens, freezes, or computer restarts occasionally. It happens about once every 12 hours of computer usage.
The card has a water block and temps never exceed 38 celcius. I also overclocked my i7 2600k to 4.5 ghz. To make sure my CPU wasn't the issue, I ran the GPU at stock for 2 weeks and kept the CPU at 4.5ghz, and I haven't had a single issue.
Also, I've run many 3dmark tests and I ran furmark for about an hour and didn't have any issues.
I want to get the core clock to 850 but I'm afraid I might be pushing the card too far.
Any suggestions?

Try bumping up the voltages a notch then do some runs thru Heaven for awhile. Check for artifacts or crashes. Then run it thru gaming for a little bit and see how it goes. You won't mess the card up running at higher voltages. I had mine at 1.1v bout since I had it just cuz I liked having it clocked higher lol.

Also, some ppl say it doesn't make a difference w/ the built in heat regulator...or whatever it is that keeps the card from burning up in high stress tests that the 4xx series didnt have lol, you can run it thru furmark/occt.
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Hey all, playing around with my clocks some more on my 570. What OCCT settings do you use to stress test? Im using shader complexity of 1 currently, should I be using a higher shader level?

So far I haven't gotten any errors at 930/2000 1.063v

Just wondering if this is enough of a stress test for the OC. Let me know if I should either change settings or use a different program for stress test. I want to make sure the OC is stable.

Thanks for the help, will post some results once I test a bit more.
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Hey all, playing around with my clocks some more on my 570. What OCCT settings do you use to stress test? Im using shader complexity of 1 currently, should I be using a higher shader level?
So far I haven't gotten any errors at 930/2000 1.063v
Just wondering if this is enough of a stress test for the OC. Let me know if I should either change settings or use a different program for stress test. I want to make sure the OC is stable.
Thanks for the help, will post some results once I test a bit more.

just max it. shader complexity 8, full screen, with error checking. 20 minutes to an hour should do you good.
Edited by nicodemus - 2/17/12 at 10:17pm
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I'm having some trouble overclocking my Evga GTX570 (regular, not superclocked). I've been running it at 1.038v, 810 core and unchanged memory, but I'll get blue screens, freezes, or computer restarts occasionally. It happens about once every 12 hours of computer usage.
The card has a water block and temps never exceed 38 celcius. I also overclocked my i7 2600k to 4.5 ghz. To make sure my CPU wasn't the issue, I ran the GPU at stock for 2 weeks and kept the CPU at 4.5ghz, and I haven't had a single issue.
Also, I've run many 3dmark tests and I ran furmark for about an hour and didn't have any issues.
I want to get the core clock to 850 but I'm afraid I might be pushing the card too far.
Any suggestions?

bump your voltage(1.1v is safe),level up mem to 1900,don't worry eVGA covers oveclocking thumb.gif
    
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hi everyone, ia have N570GTX Twin Frozr III Power Edition/OC at 770 and it is perfect but when i run furmark 1080 benchmark i get only 15 fps mad.gif while i get 30 in 720 benchmark and 3dmark11 score is 6200 ,so is that normal????
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hi everyone, ia have N570GTX Twin Frozr III Power Edition/OC at 770 and it is perfect but when i run furmark 1080 benchmark i get only 15 fps mad.gif while i get 30 in 720 benchmark and 3dmark11 score is 6200 ,so is that normal????

What is the rest of your system specs? I just ran 3DMark 11 basic last night and scored 6200ish so I 'd say that's the norm. I'm overclocked at 900/1800/2000@1.1v idle temp 25c load 47c.
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hi everyone, ia have N570GTX Twin Frozr III Power Edition/OC at 770 and it is perfect but when i run furmark 1080 benchmark i get only 15 fps mad.gif while i get 30 in 720 benchmark and 3dmark11 score is 6200 ,so is that normal????

720p = 1280 * 720 = 921 600 pixels
1080p = 1920 * 1080 = 2 073 600 pixels

So yea ... going from 30 to 15 fps is normal when your graphics card has to handle more than twice the pixels.
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Hey all, playing around with my clocks some more on my 570. What OCCT settings do you use to stress test? Im using shader complexity of 1 currently, should I be using a higher shader level?
So far I haven't gotten any errors at 930/2000 1.063v
Just wondering if this is enough of a stress test for the OC. Let me know if I should either change settings or use a different program for stress test. I want to make sure the OC is stable.
Thanks for the help, will post some results once I test a bit more.

I use shader complexity 3 (I thought that was what the program recommends for nVidia), error checking on and fullscreen resolution (1680*1050 @ 60 Hz in my case).
Edited by Bloitz - 2/18/12 at 5:25am
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I got mine to 875 clock, 1950 mem, at 1.1v, and i have no problems in occt, furmark, 3dmark, and several games, except minecraft. For some reason, minecraft will cause a blue screen 10 seconds after going full screen. I've even tried reducing the core clock to 850 and same result. Anyone else having this issue?
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What is the rest of your system specs? I just ran 3DMark 11 basic last night and scored 6200ish so I 'd say that's the norm. I'm overclocked at 900/1800/2000@1.1v idle temp 25c load 47c.

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and i think that all problems come from the power supply and i plan to change it
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