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Yeah it is, most cards I've seen do 900c with 1.06 or 1.05. Look around a bit more and you will notice. Hell I can run 950c with 1.1v.

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It takes me 1.1v to be OCCT stable at 850. In fact, I bet you most of the people who are at 900 at much lower than 1.1v aren't even anywhere near close to error free.

I feel like OCCT is overlooked when it comes to graphics overclocking.
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It takes me 1.1v to be OCCT stable at 850. In fact, I bet you most of the people who are at 900 at much lower than 1.1v aren't even anywhere near close to error free.

I feel like OCCT is overlooked when it comes to graphics overclocking.
I only use occt for stability testing, sounds like you just got a bad clocker.

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Has anyone ever tried contacting Newegg to swap cards and pay the difference? Would EVGA do that also?


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Well, last week i got back from RMA my EVGA GTX 570 and so far is working perfect, im running it 880/2200 at 1.013 only 0.0625 increase, i could probably get those speed higher but I'm limited by my power supply corsair tx750w.

The way i did it was not through software but through bios using nibitor to edit the fermi voltages, Why? because after reading a lot of post about this card everyone says that the problem goes to the lacking of 2 VRM's on reference cards that are not able to sustain a steady voltage because they are designed to throttle and once we set the voltage through software we're setting it at a steady voltage.

So what i did in nbitor was set "Setting 2" on the nibitor fermi voltages at "0" i set it to 1.013v and the rest was left alone and also i set the fan to work between 70 to 100 in auto mode because iv notice that if i set it at a steady speed my previous card use to get unstable while OC'ing.

Now I've notice several things while monitoring the performance of my card with AIDA64 using my Logitech G15 Screen, first of all the current goes way higher than the defaulted ones at full load while running 3dmark, it can get between 65 to 70 amps according to AIDA64 (This is why i say im limited by my power supply because my power supply says it can supply 60A on the 12v), the 3d voltage that was the one i modified varies from 0.988 to 1.023v at load too (0.01v higher than the one i set).

All what I've done is based like i said on my analisys of the posts I've read here on the forums, but one thing that call my atention while monitoring was the rise on the voltage above the one i set, because i dont know at 1.2v how higher can get but that might be a reason too for why those VRM's are poping, cause they are going not only above 1.1 or 1.2v but because they are going higher than what they can give.

I'm not planing on rising my voltage higher than it is atm first because of my power supply limitation and seccond because i dont seem the need to go higher than i am atm and so far my card has been working perfectly without any issues.

Is this a solution for the poping problem? i dont know, im just writing what i did that i think is giving me good results and ill be posting in the future the performance of my card to let you guys know if its still working or it has pop too.

I hope my post can help you guys in anyway, attached is the pic of my fermi voltages in nibitor.



Note: i haven't been able to set my clock in bios cause every time i do it the OC gets unstable and my driver fails under testing, so iv been force to do it with the EVGA Precision Tool.

Edit: those 70 amps are not on the 12v line, those are of the gpu voltage which is set to work at 1.013v so forget what i said about being limited by the power supply
Update 24-04-2011:

I'm currently at 1.063v working at 920/2100/1840 and it's been a week since i started the testing, so far is been working 100% stable 35C idle and 65C load while gaming.



I'll keep posting the results of my experiment

Edited by mediavieja - 4/23/11 at 10:20pm
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I only use occt for stability testing, sounds like you just got a bad clocker.

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I would have got an EVGA if they weren't reference, but I'm not worried about it. I like my DCII, but I know for sure a lot of people who are boasting high clocks aren't OCCT stable.

My VID was 0.988 too, which isn't bad at all.
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It takes me 1.1v to be OCCT stable at 850. In fact, I bet you most of the people who are at 900 at much lower than 1.1v aren't even anywhere near close to error free.

I feel like OCCT is overlooked when it comes to graphics overclocking.
I get around ~1.05v for for ~850/2100 (to game with BFBC2), just did a quick run of 1.1v/900/2100 of metro2033, but I wouldn't game at that speed since I have to have fans on full to keep temps <80*.
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I get around ~1.05v for for ~850/2100 (to game with BFBC2), just did a quick run of 1.1v/900/2100 of metro2033, but I wouldn't game at that speed since I have to have fans on full to keep temps <80*.
Gaming and OCCT are two different beasts. I can run @ 925core for gaming and not see any artifacts, but OCCT pretty much looks like dandruff on my screen as soon as I start it.

The good thing about the DCII is that I don't have to have my fans that high to keep the temps looking good.
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It takes me 1.1v to be OCCT stable at 850. In fact, I bet you most of the people who are at 900 at much lower than 1.1v aren't even anywhere near close to error free.

I feel like OCCT is overlooked when it comes to graphics overclocking.
Im 100% stable at 925mhz core at 1088mv. I can run continous loops of 3dmark11 with no artifacts and no driver crash. I guess i lucked out.
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Im 100% stable at 925mhz core at 1088mv. I can run continous loops of 3dmark11 with no artifacts and no driver crash. I guess i lucked out.
I've done a lot of overclocking in the past with vid cards and never used OCCT. Like a lot of you, I only used game testing, 3dmark, and furmark, but I don't consider any gpu overclock stable without OCCT proof anymore. Call me crazy if you want, but OCCT gained my respect this week.

Bar none, OCCT is the best stress tester imo.
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