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Jae Tao's GTX570 died @ 1.188v
But yeah, OCP was disabled
meh thats nothing !!! Mine died at 1.05v... with limiter disabled of course
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meh thats nothing !!! Mine died at 1.05v... with limiter disabled of course
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post #113 of 1259
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Wow I'm becoming increasingly scared. This is my first desktop build and I have no other graphics card or computer..

Im currently overclocked to 900/1800/2000 @ 1.1V
Gigabyte reference

AM I in danger?

Load temps 72C

EDIT: I don't have any power limit or shizzle disabled.
OCed with MSI Afterburner 2.1 beta 7
That's where I'm at, load 45-50C though, I fold it 24/7 so it runs 97%+ usage, albeit with low memory demand, but I haven't had any issues yet. I've decided not to try more than 1.1v and the max I've gotten was 915-920 range at 1.1 so I just went to 900 for some nice round numbers

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Great, I wont remove the power limiter as I think it is more nescessary than we think.

I would just like to say that at 950 it flies.

Is there a problem with 1.1v?, I could try reducing it slightly and test it with JC2 so I could reduce the load on the VRM.
Congrats on the 950, I could boot at 930, but it would downclock, the highest stable I've had is 920!
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post #114 of 1259
I take it all these problems are with reference design cards ? If one were to buy a non reference card, MSI Twin Frozr II, Gigabyte Windforce X3 or Asus DirectCU II, the power delivery design would be different and able to handle higher overclocks yes ?
Does anyone have any specific details on the three cards I mentioned ? Havent been able to find reviews of any of them yet, though the MSI and Gigabyte ones have been out for some time.
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post #115 of 1259
*posting here on request of xxbassplayerxx *

I had my card on 1.1v at 910/2100 and it passed furmark/occt and when I finally tried unigine my system just went off by itself. When tried to reboot, nothing happens. I took everything off to be safe and re-assembled all the components but the system still refuse to boot. I swear I tried at least 10 times to boot it up and I gave up eventually. I swapped my old card back in and my system was back on.

I brought my card to a local distributor the next day for testing it and god I am lucky I waited at the lounge while they tested my card to see what went wrong and the technician reappeared after a good 20mins and handed me a new card because he told me when he tried to boot my card up it went up in flames and now after seeing this thread.. I think I was pretty lucky it didn't went boom on me when I tried to boot it from my home. * I would probably have alot to explain to the distributor if that happend *

Since then I have decided to just stick to my stock 570 just so I don't have it die on me again or worst goes up in flame.

Btw, it was a MSI 570 OC Edition Twin Froz and no the power limiter wasn't disabled. Nothing was. I had a feeling OCCT probably gave it a good stressing and unigine was just the trigger to sentence my card to death.

* Sorry that I don't have any pictures with me because the technician didn't give me back the burnt card. So can't help with anymore verification of how and what burnt up.
Edited by mistkron - 2/3/11 at 12:58pm
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So what I take from this thread is keep OCP on and try to stay below 1.2v right?

As for stress testing what should one do?
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post #117 of 1259
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I take it all these problems are with reference design cards ? If one were to buy a non reference card, MSI Twin Frozr II, Gigabyte Windforce X3 or Asus DirectCU II, the power delivery design would be different and able to handle higher overclocks yes ?
Does anyone have any specific details on the three cards I mentioned ? Havent been able to find reviews of any of them yet, though the MSI and Gigabyte ones have been out for some time.
Check out the 570 overclocking thread they handle high overclocks just fine. The 570 isn't the only card that dies from overclocking some cards just cant handle it. Anyways people have problems when they go over 1.1 volts or disable the power limiter so don't do that and you will be ok. Even the non reference cards I wouldn't recommend disabling the power limiter or going over 1.1 volts.
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Thanks mistkron! I've added your card to the list.
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post #119 of 1259
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So what I take from this thread is keep OCP on and try to stay below 1.2v right?

As for stress testing what should one do?
I'll say stay below 1.1 to be safe unless you wish to end up as one of the victims here. Use testing app that are closing to gaming rather.. Not an expert, just my opinion.

We humans can never be too contented and we only realized that after losing something. Hitting 850, then we go for 870 then we go for 900 and we end up going higher and higher almost like "sky is the limit". Higher you go more voltage you need, then came unlocked bios ...etc but when things goes up in flame or lies dead in the rig, we wake up to take a better look at what we've done then we'll go meh... I should have been contented. lol
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Check out the 570 overclocking thread they handle high overclocks just fine. The 570 isn't the only card that dies from overclocking some cards just cant handle it. Anyways people have problems when they go over 1.1 volts or disable the power limiter so don't do that and you will be ok. Even the non reference cards I wouldn't recommend disabling the power limiter or going over 1.1 volts.
What I meant was, people have said in this thread that when a graphics card dies from overclocking its almost always the GPU that gets fried, but on the GTX 570 the VRM is what dies, and it does so because the power delivery design on the card is "flawed". Also stated is, that the GTX 580 does not have this problem because it has 2 more power phases. So I just wanted to know if someone knew wether some of the non reference designs had more power phases, so that one wouldnt have to worry about that or the VRMs dieing, but rather the GPU dieing, like most other cards. The Gigabyte Windforce has a 6-pin and 8-pin power connecter(dont know about the Twin Frozr and DirectCU) so maybe it also has the two extra power phases, like the GTX 580. I know that all graphics cards can die from overclocking and that it takes less for some cards, and obviously that disabling safeties increases the chance of it happening. Just wanted to hear if anyone knows what the power delivery design is like on some of the non reference cards.
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