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Originally Posted by venomblade View Post
I know it's a reference, but you're saying that all reference are bad cards that'll eventually fail? Even at stock?
hell no, These fear trolls are really starting to piss me off.


Its not the reference design that is flawed, its that some of the actual VRMs on some reference cards are weak, and can go pop... If it dies, it was meant to die. If not, it should take whatever you can throw at it..

I love how we got people that dont even own a 570, spreading the most fear about not buying a 570.
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Originally Posted by venomblade View Post
I know it's a reference, but you're saying that all reference are bad cards that'll eventually fail? Even at stock?
No. It's not an over time thing and it would be fine at stock. It's a peak power draw problem, so if you have it clocked too high and decide to run furmark or something else graphically intensive, the gpu draws more current than the power phases can deliver and bam your card dies.
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I know it's a reference, but you're saying that all reference are bad cards that'll eventually fail? Even at stock?
Going to non-reference is the better choice.
Better safe than sorry, even if you don't plan to overclock.
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Going to non-reference is the better choice.
Better safe than sorry, even if you don't plan to overclock.
Warranty.
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Originally Posted by MijnWraak View Post
Warranty.
Non transferable

Registration

Brands like MSI and Asus do not have this problem (and the cards like Twin Frozr III and Asus DCII have zero chance of exploding when OC unlike reference cards, but that's just icing on the cake)
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thx all for the reassurance, i'll just get the pny with a lifetime warranty ^^
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You have the 932 Black Edition?
I have, and I decided to buy a regular 932 door panel with the fan grill to aid my gpu cooling. Got one for less than 20 bucks at the CM Store. I made a post at the HAF Club reporting my gpu temperatures, comparing the solid windowed 932 BE panel to the regular 932 panel with various fans installed:
http://www.overclock.net/13996490-post14674.html
With four 120mm fans on the door panel, you can lower your gpu temps. considerably.
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Interesting. Were you using the video card shroud that comes with the black edition tho?

I prefer the plexiglass side, but it seems the regular side panel with fans is a great aid to cooling performance, a bit more than I had imagined. I might look into it thanks for the tip +1
Thank-you for the rep., I appreciate that
I couldn't use the included video card shroud because it wouldn't fit over the sides of my two 480's. That is because I have Zalman VF3000F coolers on each card, which are triple-slot beasts.
You could try using yours though, if you haven't yet. It will fit over your 570 easily, even two 570's should fit with their stock coolers. I would think it would help provide some airflow to the card, Nvidia recommends something ridiculous like a 110cfm fan for it though, but any 120mm fan is going to help.

I also think the 932 BE solid windowed panel looks a lot better than the original 932 door panel. But the window wasn't doing anything for my gpu cooling, so I decided to go for function over form.

I like your idea for the gpu shroud, I can't use it but it would be interesting to see if it works for your 570.
    
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No recent deaths? Well here's one. My 570 died a few weeks ago after lasting the grand total of nine days. It was on stock clocks and died browsing the web immediately after it had been running the Nvidia Design Garage for a bit. I'm not sure what failed but after it rebooted the computer I would get perpetual stop error 0x116 blue screens in Windows 7, and drastically reduced performance in XP. It was replaced under warranty.
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I have evga GTX570HD (non-reference) at 910/2000 1.100v.
The fan control setting is so important.
going 10c/10% increase all the way up to 90c/90%. made my GPU stable and dropped the temp 4-5c peak.
Also I have 120mm Panoflo (2750RPM massive fan) blowing air to the back opening port/vent of the GPU all the time which helps the heat out of the casing perfectly.
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This is the vrm that is/was burning out on the 570 and 590:

http://www.chilsemi.com/products/mul...llers/chl8266/

It is the same used in the GTX 480 and 580, so its a high quality vrm. The problem seems to be not so much in the quality but the quantity of vrms used. HOWEVER, I do believe that the quality *may* be inconsistent under high loads with the 4+2 vrm phase cards where we may see some vrms blowing out and others not (even under high volts/OC). But when the load is spread out on 6+2 phase vrms as on some non reference cards, the inconsistency factor is removed I believe.
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