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I got Gigabyte GV-N570OC-13I REV2.0 about 4 days ago. I have it at 900mhz with the memory at 2000 stock volts .975 Card came at 780/1900. I been play battlefield bad company 2/witcher. Also been running kombuster and kmark in demo mode still have not crash.

Can you say that's stable? or is there something better to run? Thanks.

Why is it every time you post it always crash? Back it down to 850 lol.
Edited by beetlespin - 8/25/11 at 7:14pm
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Ha, sucks but 900Mhz is really high for that voltage, kick the volts up some. See this post for why you shouldn't be using kombuster and what you should be using instead.

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Ugh this being a new thread I'm hopping into I'm gonna have to say this a lot. Please if anybody else notices people doing this make sure to let them know.

Things like Furmark, OCCT GPU, Kombuster, EVGA OC Scanner or anything like those programs that are just pure load testers are useless tests for cards with overcurrent protection (OCP).
OCP throttles the clocks down to about half speed in those programs so any information you hope to gain from them such as temperatures, power draw, or stability testing are all inaccurate. For stability testing I recommend Ungine Heaven for about 30-45 minutes, multiple hours of gaming with the most stressful games you own (the Crysis's are good examples), and 3DMark11 in that order of importance in my opinion.

So c0ld your OC is unstable because you weren't actually stressing it with OC scanner. As for voltages, I wouldn't worry about 1.1v at all unless there are extenuating circumstances like 35C degree ambients. For people that are solely gaming on their cards, I wouldn't even have a problem recommending up to about 1.13v for just purely gaming use. The cards will downclock and use lower volts when not under load so as long as you don't game 24/7 for a week the card will be perfectly happy. For things that put a more constant load on your card that is closer to 24/7 then I would recommend sticking to just 1.1v as a max, that would be if you were folding 24/7 on your card. If you were only folding 8-12 hours a day then I would still believe that 1.12v or 1.13v would be fine, the thing that we should look to avoid is 1.3v or higher going into the card constantly (no breaks to lower it's clocks and volts) for days on end.

Speaking of folding I would really appreciate it if everyone in here would look into folding and consider doing it regularly, if not 24/7 as I do then maybe just a few hours a day.

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Hello everyone , can somebody please reaffirm with me, it ok to push my 570's to a 1.1volts & what kind of a oc to be expecting?
     
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Hello everyone , can somebody please reaffirm with me, it ok to push my 570's to a 1.1volts & what kind of a oc to be expecting?
1. Yes if you've got a non-reference GTX 570 with more VRMs, if you don't then do so at your own risk. Some may blow, some may not.

2. Once again it's entirely depending on your particular GPU, you may get 900MHz, 950MHz, or even 1000MHz.

A good reference is to look at the first page of this thread and see what other people have gotten with their GTX 570s.
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Any GTX 570 owners of EVGA do any over volting safely? Just curious how this situation is going? It seems to me that the buzz is any of the reference cards are frying still?

If you own one please post with which one you have and your experience. If your doing any over clocking or over volting.
     
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Any GTX 570 owners of EVGA do any over volting safely? Just curious how this situation is going? It seems to me that the buzz is any of the reference cards are frying still?

If you own one please post with which one you have and your experience. If your doing any over clocking or over volting.
I have two EVGA 570's, one regular HD and one DoubleShot HD. They're great. First one was running at 1.063v 920/1840/2200 and sometimes 1.1v 950/1900/2250. Had it for a little over 4 months now and haven't had any problems. Second EVGA, the DoubleShot, is also running fine at 1.063v and 1.075, but it needs an increment or two higher volts to hit the same speeds so I don't think I'll be going much higher than 900mhz with it. I've been using them in SLI at 900/1800/2250 and temps are 75C-HD/70C-DS and haven't had any problems. Don't you have EVGA's awesome warranty? I have 3 and 10 year warranties on the cards so, if you do too then just keep temps below 90C and if one still blows then, oh well, you got EVGA to replace the card.
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Any GTX 570 owners of EVGA do any over volting safely? Just curious how this situation is going? It seems to me that the buzz is any of the reference cards are frying still?

If you own one please post with which one you have and your experience. If your doing any over clocking or over volting.
Keep it under 1.1v with OCP on and you should be fine.
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yah anything 1.1v or lower with the reference model should be fine and anything 1.15v or lower with the 570 TFIII power edition or the 570 DCUII with more VRMs should be fine.

If you fold I would suggest keeping it 1.1v or lower at all times.
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Just wanted to pipe in again and say my Zotac reference card is still going strong, and it's been set to 1.1V 900/1800/2000 since I bought it about 6 months ago. Never have any issues with it. It's kept nice and cool though by a case filled with 5 Ultra Kaze 3000 though.
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Just wanted to pipe in again and say my Zotac reference card is still going strong, and it's been set to 1.1V 900/1800/2000 since I bought it about 6 months ago. Never have any issues with it. It's kept nice and cool though by a case filled with 5 Ultra Kaze 3000 though.
Damn! Post a vid up and show us what that sounds like.
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