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What voltage? Is it okay if I put the core to 700Hertz cus that's where I want it to be.
Welcome to the club dude - you'll need ~0.988v to be stable at 700MHz. I would recommend driver set 280.19 for this, as mentioned above. My card was stable at 730MHz with 0.988v on that set.
Edited by Smo - 9/7/11 at 11:43pm
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Welcome to the club dude - you'll need ~0.988v to be stable at 700MHz. I would recommend driver set 280.19 for this, as mentioned above. My card was stable at 730MHz with 0.988v on that set.
Guess I'll test it and let you guys know how it goes.
What should my shader and memory clock be?
And afterburner isn't letting me mess with the voltage, I'll be downloading another program I guess.
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Guess I'll test it and let you guys know how it goes.
What should my shader and memory clock be?
And afterburner isn't letting me mess with the voltage, I'll be downloading another program I guess.
Sorry for being such a noob D:
But I downloaded EVGA precision, can't see where I can mess with the voltage there. And how will I uninstall my update?
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Sorry for being such a noob D:
But I downloaded EVGA precision, can't see where I can mess with the voltage there. And how will I uninstall my update?
EVGA Persicion dosen't allow for voltage tweak. For that I'd suggest MSI Afterburner. It allows for voltage increase and supports all GPU's.

I use it to over clock. When I'm not over clocking I switch back to EVGA Precision when I'm just at default voltage. Unless I'm benching.

Most just keep MSI Afterburner on 24/7 which is fine if your keeping the over clock/voltage on all the time.

They are both Rivatuner software shells, so they are very very similar except one has greater flexibility.

Just make sure you don't have both start up with windows settings turned on as they will conflict with each other. I would change my over clock and when windows rebooted it would switch back to the prior OC until I realized I had both running. That was my noob mistake. LOL.

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EVGA Persicion dosen't allow for voltage tweak. For that I'd suggest MSI Afterburner. It allows for voltage increase and supports all GPU's.

I use it to over clock. When I'm not over clocking I switch back to EVGA Precision when I'm just at default voltage. Unless I'm benching.

Most just keep MSI Afterburner on 24/7 which is fine if your keeping the over clock/voltage on all the time.

They are both Rivatuner software shells, so they are very very similar except one has greater flexibility.

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I have MSI too and it's not letting me mess with the voltages ><
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I have MSI too and it's not letting me mess with the voltages ><
Did you go to settings....you have to check the option to allow for it. By default it dosen't have that turned on.


It's in - Settings / General - check 'unlock voltage control'.
     
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@Arizonian why do you only use Afterburner for just overclocking? Is there an issue when running just at defaults with Beta 6?

The reason I ask was the reason I was going to post. I've noticed recently that randomly the 590 fan revs up to 100% for about 2 seconds then goes back to its original speed again. Is this Afterburner causing this? I don't have a need to really overclock the 590 as it handles every game out perfectly at stock speeds...should i just stick with precision? And is this the new Nvidia drivers causing this fan revving? I never had this fan speed up slow down till the last WHQLs came out. With such a pricey card I want to make sure all is kosher.

280.26 Driver
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That is the drivers causing the fan rev, mine and many other have the same thing. Nothing to worry about. But it is a bit off putting.
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Yah no doubt *** all of a sudden things starting to rev up makes you start thinking something is off in the bios, did you forget to change a voltage setting ***? lol

I switched to precision just in case.... i'm checking everything over like mad. Thanks for the heads up man. +1 Rep
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Yah no doubt *** all of a sudden things starting to rev up makes you start thinking something is off in the bios, did you forget to change a voltage setting ***? lol

I switched to precision just in case.... i'm checking everything over like mad. Thanks for the heads up man. +1 Rep
Mine does the same mate - but only since upgrading to driver set 280.26 - it never happened on driver set 280.19. The only reason I upgraded was to test out the new 3D Vision profiles. Admittedly, it seems I've been lucky with the latest driver set, my system is perfectly stable and game performance is better than before.

Currently playing Crysis II in 3D with the DX11 patch and High-Res textures the lowest FPS I've hit so far was 48 - it typically hovers at a solid 60.

The 590 is an impressive card - this is at stock clocks too!
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