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Yes, it could be why it failed. I always use Metro to stability test, because on the highest settings, Metro makes just about any card scream for mercy. Try bumping up the voltage one notch and run it again. Don't use things like Heaven or Vantage to stability test, only for benchmarking smile.gif

By the way, what is your stock voltage?

Stock volts were .987v.

Is that high or low?

Reason I did a half ass job on the SC clocks was that it was late and I wanted to see if it could handle 797 MHz on stock voltage. Lol. Guess not.

Also when it failed and recovered afteburner wasn't displaying gpu temp at all and the fan kept ramping until it hit 85% but everything cleared itself with a reboot.

Scared the hell out of me. Thought I killed the card te first night I had it. frown.gif
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wow, that's quite a nice overclock. You should be careful with the memory clock though. Pewpewlazer managed to brick his card using 2300 stable for a couple of weeks as far as i understood. Besides, going from 2000 to 2290 memory won't give you much better performance, which you might see in benchmarks.
this.

be careful bro

it's not worth running memory clock that high
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Hey crew ..here is my last stable clock at 1.1v to bad i'm limited with the chip..score is not the bast


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nice score but put that full block to use and unlock voltage and try for 1ghz!
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this.

be careful bro

it's not worth running memory clock that high
Oh, jeez it could brick my card having it that high? I mean, I didn't get much of a performance boost from getting it that high, but I hit a wall at 920 core no matter how much voltage I pushed so I figured I would get my memory as high as possible.

What would you guys recommend for a safe memory clock then?
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Oh, jeez it could brick my card having it that high? I mean, I didn't get much of a performance boost from getting it that high, but I hit a wall at 920 core no matter how much voltage I pushed so I figured I would get my memory as high as possible.

What would you guys recommend for a safe memory clock then?
i mean it's not guaranteed to brick your card, but why risk it especially when you dont get a big performance boost from OC'ing it? a member here had his mem clock up to 2400 which proved stable at first but started showing artifacts at stock settings a few days later

personally, i'd keep it under 2100
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i mean it's not guaranteed to brick your card, but why risk it especially when you dont get a big performance boost from OC'ing it? a member here had his mem clock up to 2400 which proved stable at first but started showing artifacts at stock settings a few days later

personally, i'd keep it under 2100
That's a very good point. And I would rather be safe then sorry. The very small boost in performance definitely isn't worth the chance of bricking my card, so I'll probably stick it at 2100 or below.

Thanks for the advice.
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does anyone have the MSI 570 ?" how well does it OC?
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Stock volts were .987v.

Is that high or low?

Reason I did a half ass job on the SC clocks was that it was late and I wanted to see if it could handle 797 MHz on stock voltage. Lol. Guess not.

Also when it failed and recovered afteburner wasn't displaying gpu temp at all and the fan kept ramping until it hit 85% but everything cleared itself with a reboot.

Scared the hell out of me. Thought I killed the card te first night I had it.
That's a bit lower than my stock voltage which is 1.000v. So that's around average, so try bumping it up to 1.000v and see if it's stable at those clocks.
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Yeah my card is dead. Not sure why. Maybe the 2300mhz mem clock did it, maybe baking it in my P182 did it, maybe it was just defective. From experience this makes no sense at all, but **** happens. I saw one or two other people that claim to be running similar mem clocks since the day the cards came out and they're fine. I'm not going to bother trying to push it that far next time, simply out of fear. The gains are also marginal at best.
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That's a very good point. And I would rather be safe then sorry. The very small boost in performance definitely isn't worth the chance of bricking my card, so I'll probably stick it at 2100 or below.

Thanks for the advice.
You're welcome

Btw, I've got a question.

How does the card cope with higher voltages if not with more heat? So far I haven't seen big increases in temperature when boosting the voltage. As far as I've been able to read, it would seem that the stock fan can't cool all of the card, and that some parts of the card gets very hot, which goes unnoticed because the sensor doesn't pick it up. Any insight on this?


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does anyone have the MSI 570 ?" how well does it OC?
It's a reference card, it OCs just as well as any other card
    
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