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What volts were you giving it when doing the 16 hour test confused.gif

1.188v.
temps didn't get above 76C the whole time. afterwards I restarted my computer and it worked great. I played Crysis for about 4 hours. It was working perfectly until 4 days later when my computer shut down in the middle of Crysis Warhead. thats when the card broke.
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post #22 of 81
I will keep this thread for future reference. This surprised me.
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post #23 of 81
LOL 16 hours at almost 1.2v on air, wow, that's just foolish
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1.188v is way too much for 76C.

The more voltage you dump into a chip, and the higher the clocks, the colder it needs to be to be reliable.

For example, I can keep my GTX480 below ~60C with 1.15v and thats about as far as I would go at the temps I'm getting.
not for 570s. go check out some other benches. temps stay amazingly low.
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post #25 of 81
You can still destroy your card with excess voltage but low temps. I put 1.4-1.6 volts through a 470, temps stayed below 60 the whole time.
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post #26 of 81
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LOL 16 hours at almost 1.2v on air, wow, that's just foolish
once again, temps didn't get any higher than 76C
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post #27 of 81
Several of the ASUS 570 cards have the BIOS limit upto 1.20 voltages, so even though what Blameless says could very well (most certainly) be true, I can't find real evidence one way or another stating the max safe voltage for a 570.

What you are saying sounds more and more like something has burnt out, and you are right it could possibly have been defective prior to, and accelerated towards demise when you were benching it/overclocking it.
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Well since you tried separate computers, this does sound like physical damage. I don't normally recommend RMA, but I would consider doing so without any delay, just get it setup and out the door, quick like a band-aid.

I got an RMA approved yesterday and shipped the package!
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I got an RMA approved yesterday and shipped the package!
so what did u tell em, and how did u get RMA approved?
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haha but why would volts above 1.15v fry it when the temps weren't high at all?
In theory a high voltage, even if temps are okay, will still wear the processor, for example i could in theory run my CPU at 1.7v, and it might run at okay temps (most likely not but humor me), but it will still wear the chip down very quickly. Just like it happen in Crysis, my cpu would eventually fail, mabey not right away but it would much quicker than normal.
Edited by Kevlo - 1/13/11 at 1:29pm
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