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Evga Sells the most cards so by default they would have the most failures.

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Evga Sells the most cards so by default they would have the most failures.
Yes, but it seems like the % of failures being EVGA is higher than their market share...
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post #623 of 1259
@ Patrol

and your doubts about PSU's over protection against lightning..

well my Tagan piperock 600w survived it. Well it didnt boot at first, but unplugging and replugging it to the outlet fixed it, the only thing that died is one of my onboard NIC.. It stroke into phone line.. it happened ~2.5years ago, im still at the same psu and i oc'ed my cpu even moar..

......

anyway on topic, im very concerned about these 570's weak mosfets and pvm... i was gonna buy one, but now i really need to think about it.

i was set on Asus 570 DirectCUII, but today i found out it has the same issue like the rest..someone @ guru3d killed it

asus direct CUII
gpuv: 1.1v
gpu :870
mem:2002

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=342094&page=6

damn.. i was thinking about Gigabyte windforce but now i saw it has the same crap pvm as TwinfrozrII.. so yea i think i'll have to pass or wait a little more if MSI makes 570 twinfrozr III.
Edited by TheHunter - 4/9/11 at 6:38pm
post #624 of 1259
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Originally Posted by -Apocalypse- View Post
People called me crazy when I mentioned this a week ago...
What did you mention? is there a problem with EVGA?

Also no one still has answerd my questions, here is a quote of them:

Quote:
My new card should be arriving by Monday and I'd like to know whats the real deal about these things? should i not try to overclock my card again? and if i do should i not try to overvolt my card again?

Also what is this "OCP/Power limit disabled" thing? how do i disable or enable that if its not the one i mention on the template?

I also found this post on these same forums that one user says that as long you don't go over 1.1v everything should be fine, so i don't know what to believe anymore here is the link of the post:

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/9647...1-1-above.html
post #625 of 1259
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Originally Posted by TheHunter View Post
anyway on topic, im very concerned about these 570's weak mosfets and pvm... i was gonna buy one, but now i really need to think about it.

i was set on Asus 570 DirectCUII, but today i found out it has the same issue like the rest..someone @ guru3d killed it

asus direct CUII
gpuv: 1.1v
gpu :870
mem:2002

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=342094&page=6

damn.. i was thinking about Gigabyte windforce but now i saw it has the same crap pvm as TwinfrozrII.. so yea i think i'll have to pass or wait a little more if MSI makes 570 twinfrozr III.
Does he specifically say that it was the Asus that died? I see the post you're referencing, but he doesn't specify if it wasn't the DCII but rather a card he had before that. There are multiple DCIIs on OCN that are over 1.1v and haven't died.

Also, the TFIII 570 is on sale at newegg, no picture yet and there isn't any confirmation that they're non-reference PCBs, but every other TFIII (6950/6970/580) are beefed up PCBs.
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Does he specifically say that it was the Asus that died? I see the post you're referencing, but he doesn't specify if it wasn't the DCII but rather a card he had before that. There are multiple DCIIs on OCN that are over 1.1v and haven't died.

Also, the TFIII 570 is on sale at newegg, no picture yet and there isn't any confirmation that they're non-reference PCBs, but every other TFIII (6950/6970/580) are beefed up PCBs.
why?.. check his (Khalam) spec profile.

Videocard: Asus GTX 570 DCII


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anyway i really hope we will see that 570 lightning/twinforzr III too..
Edited by TheHunter - 4/9/11 at 6:58pm
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@ Patrol

and your doubts about PSU's over protection against lightning..

well my Tagan piperock 600w survived it. Well it didnt boot at first, but unplugging and replugging it to the outlet fixed it, the only thing that died is one of my onboard NIC.. It stroke into phone line.. it happened ~2.5years ago, im still at the same psu and i oc'ed my cpu even moar..
Sorry to continue off topic but if it "stroke" the phone line, then why would the PSU be damaged?
The NIC burned out and stopped the current.
By the way, my name is not Patrol.
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why?.. check his (Khalam) spec profile.

Videocard: Asus GTX 570 DCII


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anyway i really hope we will see that 570 lightning/twinforzr III too..
Because it makes a difference. Just because he has that card now does not mean that that card is the one that died.

Ironically, I thought I was about to add a failed DCII to this thread, but it appears my NB overheats now. Details here. 570 works fine.
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I find it hard to believe his DirectCUII died, he even had a 560 die before his 570. Either he is extremely unlucky or something weird going on with his system. Hell I don't even know why he would need 1.1v for an 860mhz oc......

So not only did he have a 560 die (who kills those?) but a DirectCUII as well? something gotta be up
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Sorry to continue off topic but if it "stroke" the phone line, then why would the PSU be damaged?
The NIC burned out and stopped the current.
By the way, my name is not Patrol.
nope, it happened to my neighbor too (i was at his place when it happened), same situation as by me, but he had a cheapo psu and by him it killed psu and mobo, so yea you dont have a clue..


and even less clue of how unsafe these 570/590 gtx are.

End of story.

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I find it hard to believe his DirectCUII died, he even had a 560 die before his 570. Either he is extremely unlucky or something weird going on with his system. Hell I don't even know why he would need 1.1v for an 860mhz oc......

So not only did he have a 560 die (who kills those?) but a DirectCUII as well? something gotta be up
look idc i just said it can happen, yea agree 870mhz and 1.1v is allot but still it shouldn't have died like that.. Anyway im just a messenger as i found this thread by mistake.

Bye.
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