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As the title says, I just got a pair of 570's and I am OCing them with EVGA precision and testing them with EVGA OC Scanner. Its only a temp OC until I get my step up 580's then I will be OCing them.
    
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Set up a custom fan profile; 1% fan for 1*C is the usual. Keep it under 90C, I prefer keeping it under 80C though.
Also, I do not suggest going above 1.1v or disabling the OCP power limiters.
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and how do you mess with v with Evga Precision? ok my card was at 900/2000 with no v moding, with auto fan but it was getting right up to 90c. so Should I take Auto Fan off and up the speed and see if it stays cooler? Or is my OC on air to high?
    
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I have the EVGA SC (single) and use the same utilities. Must say I never "crashed" the vid card or driver (real happy about that actually, because my 6950 experienced random crashes to black screen) Anyway, I've run at (up to) 93 C under load, and no tearing/artifacts/crashes. At that temp the GPU fan goes to 58% (in EVGA Precision AUTO). Since I'd like to run a bit cooler (85C) I set the fan at 65% during extended gaming sessions. With that said, Nvidia has temp guidelines that are set quite high (110 C max I believe) But I would never run at that temp, and I believe it is simply a "max" number before damage can occur. I believe Nvidia suggests a nominal temp of 90 C. with that in mind, and based on my experience, I would suggest shooting for 85-90 max, and whatever fan speed is needed to maintain that range.
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and how do you mess with v with Evga Precision? ok my card was at 900/2000 with no v moding, with auto fan but it was getting right up to 90c. so Should I take Auto Fan off and up the speed and see if it stays cooler? Or is my OC on air to high?
First, it is quite possible that is not a stable over clock. 900 core with no voltage adjustment is pretty damn good, but who knows.

I do not use precision, but I do not think you can adjust voltage with it. I would download MSI after burner (the latest beta version), then you will be able to adjust it. However, do not crank up voltage any more until you get a fan profile set up, because you are getting pretty hot (but more than likely nothing damaging).

To set up a fan profile, it will be under the FAN tab under SETTINGS. Adjust the line so it is linear (straight) and gives the 1% fan usage for every 1*C. I also ramp up the fan usage at around 85* to around 2% fan for every 1*C. This gives me some ease of mind, knowing that when I'm about to hit the thermal threshold my fans will go full blast, preventing any dangerous temps. However, I never get to this point.
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just saw your last post.... 90 is probably fine.... but you can boost the fan to lower temp even more.... with Air Cooling.... less noise = higher temp - more noise = lower temp etc. Again at 90, my opinion is you're not at risk.... a few degrees higher however may be pushing it... try this.... continue incrementing your OC in small increments adding as much fan as needed to keep the card at no higher than 85. Sure, you may not get the "worlds best OC" but you'll be close, and you'll be stable. Doing it this way will also make it obvious how much fan noise you can tolerate....
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Ok, I can tun it the EVGA OC Scan test for about 3 mins. and it stays around 85-89 at 72% fan. and I have a little 80mm fan I am going to hook up and blow on the, because my case has fan holes where you can put a fan to blow on the Vcard.

Anyways, in the 3 min test I got 101 articfacted pixials. So what do I need to ajust to get that down to 0. is that Memory? or is that Core? Or should I get the MSI and mess with V?
    
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Ok, I can tun it the EVGA OC Scan test for about 3 mins. and it stays around 85-89 at 72% fan. and I have a little 80mm fan I am going to hook up and blow on the, because my case has fan holes where you can put a fan to blow on the Vcard.

Anyways, in the 3 min test I got 101 articfacted pixials. So what do I need to ajust to get that down to 0. is that Memory? or is that Core? Or should I get the MSI and mess with V?
More than likely the core. Like I said 900core with no voltage adjustment would be awesome, but not too realistic. You either need to turn down your core or download MSI Afterburner and up your voltage, but still no guarantee you'll be able to make that 900 core stable. I still suggest making a custom fan profile though, takes 1 minute and helps quite a bit.
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ok I will download MSi and take a look at it. if they work the same. then I am fine with that. its just that I never messed with OC so I used the program that came with it. And I dont dont care about noise, I want some good preformance. lol. And soon enough they I will be WC the 580's.
    
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ok I will download MSi and take a look at it. if they work the same. then I am fine with that. its just that I never messed with OC so I used the program that came with it. And I dont dont care about noise, I want some good preformance. lol. And soon enough they I will be WC the 580's.
They are all essentially the same program, very minor (visual) details; you will notice they look VERY similar. I use MSI purely for the voltage adjustment.
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