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Look at the 12V, VDDC, VDDC current, and VDDC power.

Is this type of fluctuation normal?

Also notice the vdroop.
Edited by skarm - 4/7/11 at 12:03am
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Now I'm not an expert but maybe, just maybe it's OCP kicking in ? Since it was designed not to burn the VRMs on GTX 500 series especially while using furmark and OCCT, I suppose it must do exactly what it is doing for you, regulate the power and "throttle" the voltages ?

I never tried furmark and after reading the threads saying people bricked their GPU with it, I'm not going to either so I can't really compare and tell you if mine does it too...
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STOP USING FURMARK..
Jesus when are you kids going to learn??
FFS it doesn't even tell you if its unstable..
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i'd highly suggest you check this thread out before overclocking your 570

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/929152-have-you-killed-570-a.html
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Originally Posted by whipgeez;13034528 
i'd highly suggest you check this thread out before overclocking your 570

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/929152-have-you-killed-570-a.html

Don't go scare him

Bunch of those cards died with OCP disabled so it should be safe if you keep it on and do not increase voltage past 1.1v. Yeah I know some died WITHOUT disabling OCP but there is so few that I think they were just meant to die... just like regular GPU do.

But yeah, closing line is : don't use furmark and OCCT to test your overclock, don't push voltage over 1.1 and don't try to overclock your gpu to 1ghz on air... and even under water... well.

Just test your OC for stability while gaming, anyway that's where you want it stable, right ?
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i'd highly suggest you check this thread out before overclocking your 570

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/929152-have-you-killed-570-a.html

Stop spreading fear.. I'm really getting tired of everyone saying this...
Overclocking is not killing the cards, unless they were just faulty from the factory.. Its upping the vcore past "safe" limits, and idiots running FURMARK on them...
I have TWO GTX 570s that take 1.1 + like a champ....
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i'd highly suggest you check this thread out before overclocking your 570

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/929152-have-you-killed-570-a.html
I doubt he's harming it.
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Furmark is useless.
Want to test stability ? go and play your games !

Furmark is just a card heater and isn't reliable period.
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mine died at 1.038v with no safeties turned off

just letting him

him know it can be a lottery with the 570
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