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snip..

Upgraded to EVGA GTX580 SC. 1.15V, 875 core, 2330 mem. Been rock stable 24 hours Furmark.

Definitely the VRMs too weaksauce on GTX570.
WHAT????!!!! 24 hours, you should be slapped .... Poor card

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After killing two cards running furmark, why would anyone run it again on their third card.
QFT...

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It's a 580. And because I can.


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Why? Furmark doesn't work as a stress test and isn't a good benchmark either.
Annddd Thank you.. It also doesn't detect artifacts. So FURMARK stability is kinda pointless. Gaming Ive found to be the only true stress test..
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if we are talking about motors then yes....

as in gpu's...... not yet
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Why? Furmark doesn't work as a stress test and isn't a good benchmark either.
Clearly it is a good physical stress tool since it will blow up cards with weakly designed power regulation circuits in seconds...
    
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Gaming Ive found to be the only true stress test..
Some people don't use these things for gaming you know...so games are not an acceptable stress test for those people.

Nvidia marketed these things as compute devices, and if a GRAPHICS application can do this to the hardware, I do not have much faith if I accidentally write some CUDA/OpenCL app that has enough instruction-level parallelism to activate every single ALU the unit has.
    
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Some people don't use these things for gaming you know...so games are not an acceptable stress test for those people.
Why, BFBC2 is a great stability checker as soon as something isnt stable it will Hard crash.. I killed a 5750 playing BC2, and that was at 750mhz.

Most people play "Games" not stress test/Furmark all day and night for the sake of it. As stability in Games matters.

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Why, BFBC2 is a great stability checker as soon as something isnt stable it will Hard crash.. I killed a 5750 playing BC2, and that was at 750mhz.

Most people play "Games" not stress test/Furmark all day and night for the sake of it. As stability in Games matters.

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I didnt say games are not acceptable stress tests. But they aren't the only stress test tools around. If all you do is play games, I'm sure games will make just fine stress testing tool. Since I use my GPUs for image processing tasks that are highly parallelizable and sometimes takes weeks to crunch (think datasets that are in the TB range..), I want my cards to be able to withstand extended amounts of high-power usage.
    
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Clearly it is a good physical stress tool since it will blow up cards with weakly designed power regulation circuits in seconds...
Except if nothing else blows them up, what's the point?

If I fold, I'll fold and see if its stable, if I use it for another CUDA application, I'll do that (eg. Make it transcode 5 movies at once on repeat 10 times or something), if I use it for gaming, I'll game, if I use it for PhysX, fluidmark it is.

Complaining a card can't run Furmark is like complaining the V8 in a Ford ute can't hit 10k RPM without exploding.
    
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Except if nothing else blows them up, what's the point?

If I fold, I'll fold and see if its stable, if I use it for another CUDA application, I'll do that (eg. Make it transcode 5 movies at once on repeat 10 times or something), if I use it for gaming, I'll game, if I use it for PhysX, fluidmark it is.

Complaining a card can't run Furmark is like complaining the V8 in a Ford ute can't hit 10k RPM without exploding.
Except it doesnt blow up my GTX580 after 24 hours. So now I have high confidence that if I were to leave a CUDA program running overnight I wouldnt have an issues. Whereas I dont hold confidence in that my GTX570 could have handled that.
    
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Except it doesnt blow up my GTX580 after 24 hours. So now I have high confidence that if I were to leave a CUDA program running overnight I wouldnt have an issues. Whereas I dont hold confidence in that my GTX570 could have handled that.
Even though Furmark will be pumping in a good 40-50w of power into your card than any CUDA application or game ever will...It's unrealistic, yeah, it means it can survive that but...You'll never, ever reach that mark with a real workload.
    
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Even though Furmark will be pumping in a good 40-50w of power into your card than any CUDA application or game ever will...It's unrealistic, yeah, it means it can survive that but...You'll never, ever reach that mark with a real workload.
A graphics program is a subset of compute-programs. Therefore, by definition, a compute program can be written that will load up the card just as hard as Furmark

It's trivially easy to write something in CUDA that will load up every single piece of hardware the card has.
    
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