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hello, I got my gtx 570 today the factory voltage is .975 and I can run it at sc specs on this voltage 797/1594/1950, if I want more such as 850/1700/2000 I have to raise voltage to 1.050 would these settings be safe for 24/7 usage, as far as longevity is concerned. It is very stable, and never goes over 70c but if these clocks and voltages hurt the life span, id rather run it at sc specs, thanks for the input
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no worries , you can go up to 1.1v safely
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1.1 may be safe but im not sure about it affecting the longevity of the card
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Running an OC 24/7 seems dumb to me. You could just use stock clocks all the time and load an OC profile before going into demanding games. Save power, heat, noise.
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Running an OC 24/7 seems dumb to me. You could just use stock clocks all the time and load an OC profile before going into demanding games. Save power, heat, noise.
Auto profile switching with MSI Afterburner = Win.
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Running an OC 24/7 seems dumb to me. You could just use stock clocks all the time and load an OC profile before going into demanding games. Save power, heat, noise.
If the folders can load their cards up 100% 24/7 I don't see how a little bit of extra voltage and the card downlocking when not using a intensive application is dumb.
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