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@ Cavallino: you will be absolutely fine pushing the clocks up on stock voltages, just make sure you test adequately for stsbility.
Thats what I figured. Thanks +rep!
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post #1002 of 1259
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Sounds good, I did the same, just set to 1.1v and up the clocks until it artifacts, back it off and that's my benching clocks. I'm keeping my gaming voltage/clocks less.
I use OCCT... If it passes that without any errors then the clock can pass absolutely anything you throw at your video card.

You can go higher for benchmarking but the video card is not 100% stable 24/7. I know this because I ran .975v at 800/1600 and it runs for gaming but fluffs up like dandruff in OCCT... Turns out that a month later my overclock freaked out and mass artifacted/froze my screen in BFBC2 so now I use OCCT and I get 1.025v stable at the same 800/1600 with NO problems EVER.. OCCT stable = 100% 24/7 stable.

Time to work on pushing from 1.05v at 830/1660 to 1.1v tonight. I will let you all know how my VRM's handle it. I expect to get about 860 - 870MHz on the core stable.

@ Cavallino: you're welcome, and thanks for rep!
Edited by Talon95 - 5/23/11 at 12:23pm
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Well I am disappointed to say I killed my first 570 tonight. I was running EVGA OC scanner, temps well below 90 at 1.063V and suddenly my PC rebooted. Booted back up ok, went to play BF:BC2 and my PC rebooted before it finished loading. Now starting the PC the fan goes crazy on one card and it outputs no video, and after switching video to the other card the crazy fan one isn't even recognized by Windows anymore. Already contacted EVGA RMA, I guess I dont have to worry about Witcher 2 SLI issues anymore...
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Well I am disappointed to say I killed my first 570 tonight. I was running EVGA OC scanner, temps well below 90 at 1.063V and suddenly my PC rebooted. Booted back up ok, went to play BF:BC2 and my PC rebooted before it finished loading. Now starting the PC the fan goes crazy on one card and it outputs no video, and after switching video to the other card the crazy fan one isn't even recognized by Windows anymore. Already contacted EVGA RMA, I guess I dont have to worry about Witcher 2 SLI issues anymore...

Damn dude, that sucks.... Do you have any more information or pictures?

I got my GTX 570 at its max overclock of 1.063v at 880/1760/2000MHz speeds... If I try to hit 890 it BSoD's or loses signal to the monitor no matter the voltage, so I am kind of nervous and will stop tweaking it..

Final OC:

1.063v
880MHz Core
1760MHz Shader
2000 MHz Memory

It runs perfectly so far!
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I had 850/2200 stable at that voltage for a few months but I tried to push a little further last night. I think I was stressing 900/2300 when it gave out, but I didn't think I was going to kill it by just upping the clocks a bit.
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Do you have any details about how it died?

Did the system just turn off? Would it boot after but crash when you fired up a game? Things like that are helpful.
It lasted 36 days at stock voltages.. The night before it died it ran fine.. Next day I started up my PC and ran Witcher2 for 45 seconds and it shut the PC down like a power outage would.. Rebooted and tried Crysis2 and same thing, it didint even get to the front end and the PC shut it self off.. When the PC tried to reboot it self the fan speed on the 570sc was maxed out and no display now.. The machine used the PhysX card to render a desktop display..

I placed my GTX275 in the 570sc place and now everything is fine.. Waiting on a RMA now..
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I can tell my VRM's are having a heart attack at my settings, I keep losing display with BSoD's now at what was previously completely stable...

I'm backing down to 800/1600/2000MHz at 1.025v which I've been running at for 5 months now... This VRM crap really scares me and I'm in no mood to deal with RMA when the GTX 570 runs everything maxed without a sweat anyway.
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I can tell my VRM's are having a heart attack at my settings, I keep losing display with BSoD's now at what was previously completely stable...

I'm backing down to 800/1600/2000MHz at 1.025v which I've been running at for 5 months now... This VRM crap really scares me and I'm in no mood to deal with RMA when the GTX 570 runs everything maxed without a sweat anyway.
Might as well run it on high clocks till it dies and get the replacement from evga. A good chance you'll get a card with better vrm's.
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Might as well run it on high clocks till it dies and get the replacement from evga. A good chance you'll get a card with better vrm's.
Its an Asus card unfortunately, not EVGA.

I need my GTX 570 to stay alive and well for BF3... And if it doesn't run that well enough, a GTX 680 should do.
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Dangit from reading this thread I regret buying the 570 gtx it looks like the vrm have caused cards to catch on fire or bsod and other issues. I haven't overclocked it and I doubt I will but I started getting bsod recently but that might have been a driver problem. I owned an 8600gt before this and the capacitors on that blew after like a year. I googled that issue seemed it was very common how does this happen is there like no quality control/testing when they manufacture these cards?
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