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I imagine people end up here after a google.com search of why their 570 has died, and figure they might as well register and participate in this thread. I'd sooner believe that than the fact that there might be a bunch of people who have nothing better to do than register on a website they don't frequent anyway, just to post false information. And 570 death related - my 570 is a few months old now, still chugging away at 1.1V. I've put in a couple 5+ hour gaming sessions with it now too, but I don't even bother with stress testing anymore. Not because I am scared to, but because I have become a "lazy clocker". That is, set the estimated stable clocks on day one, and only adjust further if I get any random game crashes or artifacts. I just don't have the time, nor patience, to do much more than that these days.
post #922 of 1259
Is it possible (humor me) that OCP isnt working properly on some cards and it just simply gets killed (instead of shutting itself down) while stressing?

OT, i sure aint overdoing my replacement like i did 1st one, games will determine if its stable or not on given clocks.
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@disbelievers: Dont know about all the other ppl here, but a ref 570 definitely died on me (and thats a first death for me). Personally I partially blame it on ridiculous AC VRM cooling properties though:

Probably worst vrm blow up I ever saw also I literary saw smoke oozing up from my pc when I entered my room. 1.1 volts and real life gaming situation (Shogun 2, like mentioned many times). Notice the chipped R125 chip.
    
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Yikes, that looks like burnt flesh!
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When I RMA'd the second 570, the guy didn't even ask me any questions. Just sayin.
    
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Would there also be an increased chance to kill a watercooled 570? As I've said I have had no issues @ 1.1V for few months now but I plan to build my first watercooling loop(thanks to the members who helped me out with this) the following days so just asking.
    
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Would there also be an increased chance to kill a watercooled 570? As I've said I have had no issues @ 1.1V for few months now but I plan to build my first watercooling loop(thanks to the members who helped me out with this) the following days so just asking.
It's a matter of luck my friend, cause the problem does not reside on the temps, the problem seems to be residing on the voltage phase change which is administrated by the vrm's the watercooler loop will def lower ur temps but the "kill" factor still remains.

I can tell you right now that I'm working at 1.063v 930/2100 for almost a month now and i haven't got any problems so farm i made a kind of tutorial a few posts ago of what i did exactly after reading a lot to see if it would solve the voltage problem. I don't know if my solution is really working or I'm just lucky but like i said so far i haven't got any problems.
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I don't think it's luck though. It's either bad vrms on some cards or that the protection isn't working. Cards dying at first day or overclock sounds wrong and should not happen.
    
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I'm still of the belief that there was a bad batch of VRMs that made it onto the cards, and that's what is causing the problem moreso than the VRM design itself.
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It's a matter of luck my friend, cause the problem does not reside on the temps, the problem seems to be residing on the voltage phase change which is administrated by the vrm's the watercooler loop will def lower ur temps but the "kill" factor still remains.

I can tell you right now that I'm working at 1.063v 930/2100 for almost a month now and i haven't got any problems so farm i made a kind of tutorial a few posts ago of what i did exactly after reading a lot to see if it would solve the voltage problem. I don't know if my solution is really working or I'm just lucky but like i said so far i haven't got any problems.
After my second GTX570 arrives I'm gonna try your tutorial. The first one died on the 3rd hour (after i overvolted it), the voltage was 1.063v, core 900 mem 2150.
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