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I'm testing 800/1600/837 and it hits 100c (With OCCT GPU test @ shader complexity 8)

It just shuts off, gives no power to the display.

I mean, gaming it's stable but 100c in OCCT!

I'm running fan at 100% and those clocks are at 1.087v

Which is the highest I could go with my card on air.

Otherwise I can do 750/1500/837 at .975mV

It's shutting off because it's hitting it's thermal limit correct?

Gaming wise, again it's stable, and can run Crysis, CS:S, and CoD:WaW
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my friends 8800GT went to 95c in furmark at a 5% overclock while at stock it was 93c

OT: i think that OCCT is just using the card more then games so yeah probably why
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Probably hitting the thermal limit. One way to check would be to use Nibitor and checck and see what the thermal limit actually is.
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If it's gaming stable, then stop using OCCT, simple.

They are supposed to withstand heat to 105C, but I would never want to push my card past 95C, which is why I got a TF2, I've yet to see this card go past 70C.

This card is only $245 After Rebate right now, plus Mafia 2.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814127513

IMO, this and the Gigabyte superclocked are the best 470's to get since they are so quiet and cool.

I just finished playing a couple hours of Crysis Warhead and the Max temp was 61C with the fan at 61%, which isn't audible over my NH-D14.
Edited by 2010rig - 12/19/10 at 10:48pm
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post #5 of 16
  1. Turn the heater down.
  2. Open your windows. It's -4°C in Toronto right now. Use the cold to your advantage!
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OCCT will stress a card pretty damn hard compared to gaming. It is indeed shutting itself down due to the thermal limit I believe. I'd do a stability check with some benchmarks and look for artifacting.
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post #7 of 16
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ok thanks guys, confirmed what I thought.

I'm kinda sad I could only do 800MHz core on air and with max volts of 1.087v

But that's ok.

Here's a teaser:

Run #1- DX10 1280x1024 AA=No AA, 32 bit test, Quality: High ~~ Overall Average FPS: 40.375

From crysis benchmark tool

Quote:
Originally Posted by SimpleTech View Post
  1. Turn the heater down.
  2. Open your windows. It's -4°C in Toronto right now. Use the cold to your advantage!
Hahahaha I should shouldnt I?

EDIT: Oh and that teaser is running a E5200 @ 3.2GHz so I'm really bottlenecked right.

Waiting for my Q6600 to come in from Chicago

EDIT2: Here's a DX9 run:

Run #1- DX9 1280x1024 AA=No AA, 32 bit test, Quality: High ~~ Overall Average FPS: 51.18
Edited by jam3s - 12/19/10 at 9:38pm
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I got an EVGA gtx 470 myself and before I got a better case with my crap case I had similar issues. Just mine was worse when I pushed mine on the exact same test I got up to 103c before mine crashed. With my crap case I only could push it to 800mhz at 1.05mV as well. With my new case I never get above 82c and I can push my settings up to 875/1750/2075. So the case makes a huge difference. Also for an even more extreme difference between my new and old case. The test I used that maxed my case to 82c was not OCCT surprisingly. OCCT stresses out the old 200, 9000, 8000 nvidia series hard, but actually the newest afterburner stress out the 400 series even harder then OCCT did. I obviously do not recommended doing this test unless you upgrade your case since your already hitting your max.The only difference is my stock vid is 1.025 not .975, set by the bios. This means I am pretty sure yours is a stock 470, mine is a superclocked.

If you are getting 750 stably without having to push the voltages at all you might want to try something in between like 1.025 or 1.05mV. I know its not as stable as 1.087mV but the difference when stepping up voltages one step is logarithimic and not linear. So even with a small decrease in voltage you can see huge temperature drops. When I drop my OC from 1.087 to 1.062 in both my new and old case I saw an approximate 8c degree drop. if you get a large drop the temp might make a bigger difference in stability then the little extra voltage. Sadly this isn't the same case for me since even with the huge temp drop my max is only 82c so at all settings temperature didn't effect my stability. Though when I had my crappy case it did. I was only able to get 780/1560/1900 with 1.087 and reached up to 800/1600/2000 with 1.05mV. Also even after these tests you will still find that the stability test is only a good approximation, sometimes while passing a stability test, you still crash in crysis or metro 2033, while other games you can push it more then what the test says and still be stable. So all in all you just got to try your settings in games and see how they work for you. Also in games it tends to be a lot cooler in games I average about 65c, and in crysis and metro 2033 my max was 71c. For metro 2033 and crysis I need my fan running 100% but for other games I stay in the 60's degree wise at 70% fan speed even overclocked.
Edited by julabask - 12/19/10 at 9:49pm
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post #9 of 16
Ya, dropping the voltage will also help a bit if you can without it becoming in-stable. I can do around 805 on the core max at 1.037.
What are your idle temps?
post #10 of 16
Could be hitting the thermal limit. Also, you may wanna have a look on this:

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/7783...-suddenly.html

Conflict between monitoring software (e.g: MSI A/B and HWMonitor at the same time) in trying to read the card's voltage might cause the fan stop spinning, thus bring your temp sky rocket.
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