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Looks like I'm stable at 900/1800 1.093v.... is that fine?
    
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Can overclocking the GPU cause a blue screen?


x124 to be exact.
Edited by Lirik - 8/18/11 at 11:53am
    
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It's just weird, because when I run 3dmark11 everything works fine, no driver crashes, no artifacts...

When I start up Crysis 2, everything maxed out, after 30-45mins my screen goes black which I assume means I should up the voltage.
Same happens to me if I don't use enough voltage.
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Same happens to me if I don't use enough voltage.
Yeah Crysis 1 and even 2 are crazy. No game gets my GPU's hotter and even if I can run every game I have on my OC, I still might crash in Crysis.
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Is 900mhz @ 1.1v viable? I don't want to kill my 570 :|

my highest temp was 70 degrees celc
    
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Is 900mhz @ 1.1v viable? I don't want to kill my 570 :|

my highest temp was 70 degrees celc
That's still fine, these cards are fine 24/7 even if they go up to 80C. Having a Twin Frozr III is even better. My highest is also at 70C and I don't get any crashes in Crysis or Crysis 2. However, I used to get black screens when my voltage was too low... I just increased it and it was fine.
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Can overclocking the GPU cause a blue screen?


x124 to be exact.
Yep

x124 means you need more voltage, although it usually relates too a CPU overclock, ive never had one with my GPU. Is your CPU overclock stable?

An unstable gpu overclock can cause a BSOD but usually causes a driver crash. Ive only had driver crashes...
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It's just weird, because when I run 3dmark11 everything works fine, no driver crashes, no artifacts...

When I start up Crysis 2, everything maxed out, after 30-45mins my screen goes black which I assume means I should up the voltage.
Not sure about crysis 2, but crysis and crysis:warhead, are very buggy games when it comes too overclocking, you really cant play either, especially crysis vanilla, for long when you have a gpu overclock.

Some games are just highly sensitive too overclocks, you can have a stable overclock but crysis can still crash on you.

I would loop heaven for a few runs too determine if your stable, loop it for 30 mins - an hour or so. But personally I just game on stock clocks, (I have no need too overclock with any of the games I own) and bench overclocked
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Seems like 825MHz/2000MHz, is the max for stock voltage(1.000V)?

What increments of voltage you guys do? I never tweaked with voltage on video cards, also your using MSI afterburner correct?
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Seems like 825MHz/2000MHz, is the max for stock voltage(1.000V)?

What increments of voltage you guys do? I never tweaked with voltage on video cards, also your using MSI afterburner correct?
You can get 825 core on 1.0v stably?

Nice.

Anything up too 1.1v is fine as long as your temps are in order. Yeah definately use msi afterburner.
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