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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.
Yep it is stable, artifact scanner didn't pick up a thing in 30min and already gamed a few hours and nothing. That's whats reading on the Volts according to EVGA's OC Scanner.

Well just crashed on BF2, but apparently it was the drivers since it said they stopped working. Or is it because of the high OC for stock Voltage?

So stay in the 80's while stressing/gaming the video card?
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Yep it is stable, artifact scanner didn't pick up a thing in 30min and already gamed a few hours and nothing. That's whats reading on the Volts according to EVGA's OC Scanner.

Well just crashed on BF2, but apparently it was the drivers since it said they stopped working. Or is it because of the high OC for stock Voltage?

So stay in the 80's while stressing/gaming the video card?
Crash was due to the OC, yes. Thats the message I get when Crysis crashed. Yeah 95C is the max operating temp, but staying around 80C will better help your card have a long life.
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Ugh this being a new thread I'm hopping into I'm gonna have to say this a lot. Please if anybody else notices people doing this make sure to let them know.

Things like Furmark, OCCT GPU, Kombuster, EVGA OC Scanner or anything like those programs that are just pure load testers are useless tests for cards with overcurrent protection (OCP).
OCP throttles the clocks down to about half speed in those programs so any information you hope to gain from them such as temperatures, power draw, or stability testing are all inaccurate. For stability testing I recommend Ungine Heaven for about 30-45 minutes, multiple hours of gaming with the most stressful games you own (the Crysis's are good examples), and 3DMark11 in that order of importance in my opinion.

So c0ld your OC is unstable because you weren't actually stressing it with OC scanner. As for voltages, I wouldn't worry about 1.1v at all unless there are extenuating circumstances like 35C degree ambients. For people that are solely gaming on their cards, I wouldn't even have a problem recommending up to about 1.13v for just purely gaming use. The cards will downclock and use lower volts when not under load so as long as you don't game 24/7 for a week the card will be perfectly happy. For things that put a more constant load on your card that is closer to 24/7 then I would recommend sticking to just 1.1v as a max, that would be if you were folding 24/7 on your card. If you were only folding 8-12 hours a day then I would still believe that 1.12v or 1.13v would be fine, the thing that we should look to avoid is 1.3v or higher going into the card constantly (no breaks to lower it's clocks and volts) for days on end.

Speaking of folding I would really appreciate it if everyone in here would look into folding and consider doing it regularly, if not 24/7 as I do then maybe just a few hours a day. At the very least I would really appreciate everyone who is able to look at the couple of links in my signature and please fold for at least the 48 hours of the 22nd to the 24th. Feel free to PM me any questions you may have about folding or GPU OCing.

Oh also guys try to avoid double or triple posting, if it's been less than 24 hours and you are the last post just edit your previous post.
Edited by juano - 8/19/11 at 1:15am
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Ugh this being a new thread I'm hopping into I'm gonna have to say this a lot. Please if anybody else notices people doing this make sure to let them know.

Things like Furmark, OCCT GPU, Kombuster, EVGA OC Scanner or anything like those programs that are just pure load testers are useless tests for cards with overcurrent protection (OCP).
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So c0ld your OC is unstable because you weren't actually stressing it with OC scanner. As for voltages, I wouldn't worry about 1.1v at all unless there are extenuating circumstances like 35C degree ambients. For people that are solely gaming on their cards, I wouldn't even have a problem recommending up to about 1.13v for just purely gaming use. The cards will downclock and use lower volts when not under load so as long as you don't game 24/7 for a week the card will be perfectly happy. For things that put a more constant load on your card that is closer to 24/7 then I would recommend sticking to just 1.1v as a max, that would be if you were folding 24/7 on your card. If you were only folding 8-12 hours a day then I would still believe that 1.12v or 1.13v would be fine, the thing that we should look to avoid is 1.3v or higher going into the card constantly (no breaks to lower it's clocks and volts) for days on end.

Speaking of folding I would really appreciate it if everyone in here would look into folding and consider doing it regulatory, if not 24/7 as I do then maybe just a few hours a day. At the very least I would really appreciate everyone who is able to look at the couple of links in my signature and please fold for at least the 48 hours of the 22nd to the 24th. Feel free to PM me any questions you may have about folding or GPU OCing.

Oh also guys try to avoid double or triple posting, if it's been less than 24 hours and you are the last post just edit your previous post.
Thank you for the info! Ill be downloading ungine then
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Does bad company 2 not like overclocking?

The Witcher 2 / Crysis 2 it has been perfect.

bad company 2, I have been getting flickering when you first join a server and sometimes fire or dust flickers... not all the time
    
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Does bad company 2 not like overclocking?

The Witcher 2 / Crysis 2 it has been perfect.

bad company 2, I have been getting flickering when you first join a server and sometimes fire or dust flickers... not all the time
That's how I am with Crysis. I think it just depends on the game and the OC. Everyone's different but if you have your voltage set at just one increment over where your stable in something, then other games/programs might artifact. I'm stable at my OC at 1.025v, but whenever I play Crysis I have to bump one, up to 1.038v I believe it is. I do this bump everytime I play Crysis instead of just permanently setting it at the higher voltage because I never need that extra voltage except in Crysis so it's not that much of a hassle doing it once in a while.
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That's how I am with Crysis. I think it just depends on the game and the OC. Everyone's different but if you have your voltage set at just one increment over where your stable in something, then other games/programs might artifact. I'm stable at my OC at 1.025v, but whenever I play Crysis I have to bump one, up to 1.038v I believe it is. I do this bump everytime I play Crysis instead of just permanently setting it at the higher voltage because I never need that extra voltage except in Crysis so it's not that much of a hassle doing it once in a while.
1.025v at 870? Wow... I'm at 900mhz @ 1.112v
    
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1.025v at 870? Wow... I'm at 900mhz @ 1.112v
Yeah I had a EVGA 570 HD and was at 950/1900/2250 @ 1.1v. The second EVGA, a DoubleShot, isn't quite as amazing as my first, but it's still as great as one could expect. I can get the DoubleShot up to 850mhz @ 1.013. So I keep SLI at the 870mhz Profile that's below in my system specs, because I don't really need it any higher and the voltage is low, which I like.
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