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There's a setting on OC scanner that limits load, check to see where it's set at. Best tool to use to check oc stability is a game benchmark (looped if possible) or folding.

I dont play that much hardcore games, mybe I'l test with game benchmark when crysis 2 com out(defnetely gonna get that baby)
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I dont play that much hardcore games, mybe I'l test with game benchmark when crysis 2 com out(defnetely gonna get that baby)
Do you own Crysis? There's a benchmark for it (not sure if it requires the retail game or not). If not, d/l the free demo for Mafia II and it includes a game benchmark.
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Do you own Crysis? There's a benchmark for it (not sure if it requires the retail game or not). If not, d/l the free demo for Mafia II and it includes a game benchmark.
I will get mafia II and crysis in the future, also metro 2023 just for the sake of having a gtx 570 lol
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The squeal is normal, just the capacitors. Both of my cards (GTX 470 and HD5870) do it under heavy load.
Squealing capacitors is not good.
    
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Squealing capacitors is not good.
really? so what could happen?
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really? so what could happen?




Even solid polymer caps will fail if under a heavier load than they were designed to handle.
    
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0.0 Only when I play minecraft at the start menu does mine squeal. And I have voltage control checked and I have the latest beta version of afterburner but I still cant change voltages.
     
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As the title says, Also I used nvidia inspector and my vid was .962 is that good?
Thats pretty average for idle voltage , very good if 3d voltage , my idle is 916 mV , Bios boosts it to 1V for 3d . Idle voltage of .9v is pretty much the top 1% from what I can gather on forums .

Im @ 797/1594/2000 with my tf3 stock voltage , Beat metro , crysis and witcher 2 nearly maxed out without a single crash or glitch . I was lucky enough to get a 100% stable core with above average efficiency .

Stability is the most important , crash in crysis or metro = immediate RMA, no messing around cuz problem wont go away , because ALOT of these cores are unstable , ive seen brand new 570 cards crash every 15 minutes with stock clocks , my ASUS directCU did that , nothing to do with VRM , just bad unstable core .

Brand new system ,swithced brand new 570 for another , not even a single crash in 100+ hours while my other gave me one 15 minutes after I got it . Wonder what was the difference ? Both were new, both cost me about 360$ ...
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Thats pretty average for idle voltage , very good if 3d voltage , my idle is 916 mV , Bios boosts it to 1V for 3d . Idle voltage of .9v is pretty much the top 1% from what I can gather on forums .

Im @ 797/1594/2000 with my tf3 stock voltage , Beat metro , crysis and witcher 2 nearly maxed out without a single crash or glitch . I was lucky enough to get a 100% stable core with above average efficiency .

Stability is the most important , crash in crysis or metro = immediate RMA, no messing around cuz problem wont go away , because ALOT of these cores are unstable , ive seen brand new 570 cards crash every 15 minutes with stock clocks , my ASUS directCU did that , nothing to do with VRM , just bad unstable core .

Brand new system ,swithced brand new 570 for another , not even a single crash in 100+ hours while my other gave me one 15 minutes after I got it . Wonder what was the difference ? Both were new, both cost me about 360$ ...
No offense, but why didnt you just make it stable?
     
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Because you cant , nothing works to get rid of those crashes , some cards crash some cards dont, simple as that . Only RMA and a prayer can help .

I had my voltage at 1v stock to 1.025 and still it wouldnt work @ stock clocks

If you go to Nvidia forums and have a crashing card nobody answers you basicly ,total silence , they are not trying to solve it either .

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?s...ic=187401&st=0

Theres ALOT totally unstable products out there .
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