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Originally Posted by PizzaMan;12538369 
It's not MSI's fault nVidia poorly designed the 570 with 4 phases. BTW, your card was likely made by Flextronics just like every other reference design 570 out there. No reason to go yelling at MSI over it. They'll RMA your card hassle free though.

This is also yet another reason people shouldn't be using GPU stress tests like OCCT, Furmark and Kombuster. They cause way to may cards to die.

Kombuster, occt and others are really the only way to test stabability and if the graphics card can't handle it then they designed t bad and Mai should have cooling for the vrm that's what I meant
    
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post #312 of 1259
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Originally Posted by HyperBCS;12540235 
if the graphics card can't handle it then they designed bad
Says who?
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Guys I would really be careful with the new furmark. I just installed a AXP on my new 570 and have been getting fantastic temps and stability. When I did a max settings extreme burn with the new furmark my card turned off and had a minor burning smell but still seems to be working fine. Just a word of warning.
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post #314 of 1259
FurMark is too hard on your gpu, really. It throws loads of amperes at it - kombustor is more moderate, but still a good stability test.
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bottom line is I think cards should be designed to handle this program at stack volts and speeds at least. My old lil 8800 gt can handle as much as I throw at it.
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post #316 of 1259
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i am now using a palit 570 sonic.
no burning to report so far due to it having 6+2 phrases. yet.
I also have a Sonic. Do we know for sure that the Sonic has 6+2 phases? The Sonic Platinum does, but the lesser version may not.

In any case, my card is holding at 875/1750/2000 @ default Palit voltages for now. I had it higher, but even at this speed it went up to 79ºC in FurMark 1.9.0 (1920x1080 full screen, Xtreme burn-in, Post FX on, 8x MSAA, getting 17 FPS) and I didn't want to risk it.
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Hi, can the manufacturer detect if you have overclocked your card if you have to RMA it?, I havent removes OCP or modded the bios, just used MSI afterburner and unlocked the voltage to 1.1v and went from there. If I had to RMA, would there be any problems?
    
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post #318 of 1259
Fixed the mosfet today. Plugged her in and she blow another mosfet immediately.

Mosfet removable. This is the hardest part.
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New mosfet set. Tricky...
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POP! Another blown fet....
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Originally Posted by PizzaMan;12544128 
Fixed the mosfet today. Plugged her in and she blow another mosfet immediately.

doh.gif So what's the feeling, time to get a zombie card going instead of a straight swap for a new mosfet?
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Zombie is in the works, but I need some of the 570's phases to be live also. Gonna order another mosfet now.
    
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