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This is already my RMA, my previous gtx 570 died. A second RMA is not possible I would guess?

Anyway the artefacts in crysis seem to be caused by DX10, and if u look around internet there are more people who have these issues, well at least the driver not responding not sure about the artefacts.

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=190920&st=0

So those artefacts are probably caused by crysis alone, im gaming in DX9 and the error would have occured already in DX 10 now.. it happens in 10to 15 min garanteed. So DX9 it is then.

But what i DO find strange is that the artefacts stayed when I started 3Dmark11 after I quit crysis, when rebooted artefacts gone, and 3Dmark11 alone won't produce them.

It really seems like crysis DX10 is the evil here wouldn't you say?

I've gamed for 15 min now and the temp is around 72 degrees with the fan profile I mentioned. Though a bit more noisy hehe.
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post #12 of 42
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Originally Posted by chrisssj2 View Post
This is already my RMA, my previous gtx 570 died. A second RMA is not possible I would guess?

Anyway the artefacts in crysis seem to be caused by DX10, and if u look around internet there are more people who have these issues, well at least the driver not responding not sure about the artefacts.

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?s...ic=190920&st=0

So those artefacts are probably caused by crysis alone, im gaming in DX9 and the error would have occured already in DX 10 now.. it happens in 10to 15 min garanteed. So DX9 it is then.

But what i DO find strange is that the artefacts stayed when I started 3Dmark11 after I quit crysis, when rebooted artefacts gone, and 3Dmark11 alone won't produce them.

It really seems like crysis DX10 is the evil here wouldn't you say?

I've gamed for 15 min now and the temp is around 72 degrees with the fan profile I mentioned. Though a bit more noisy hehe.
You can still rma the card if its faulty it don't matter if you have already RMA'ed it once. Your cars is running pretty warm though, what's your ambients?

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post #13 of 42
no matter wat your card temp is still too hot with stock clock. did you check is there enough airflow in your case or 1 of the gpu fan is not running ?
my card never over 65 in 100% load now
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post #14 of 42
Yup, get that 570 RMA'd. You shouldn't have to change the fan speed to get it stable at stock. I've been seeing a lot of 570 issues lately.
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Ar em ayeeeeeeeeeee
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It's overheating, 89C is definitely too high for comfort.

Set up afterburner, click settings, go to the "fan" tab, and set it so that 10C = 10% fan and 100C = 100% fan.

Also, investing in a side fan for your Thermaltake wouldn't be a bad idea.

Don't get a side fan! cause i notice a side fan increased my temps from 3-5c
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Yeah, I would agree with several others here: RMA it. This isnt supposed to happen out of the box. I´m usually sceptical when one thing is improperly done and start wondering what else is not as it should (quality control slept on the job?).

I just burned a 570 myself and would be concerned. All in all I would return this card, kindly explain that you no longer trust the 570 and ask to get a more robust 580 instead.

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Don't get a side fan! cause i notice a side fan increased my temps from 3-5c
I agree. In my experience side fans only break the natural airflow. It obviously varies between systems of course, but I wouldn bet a lot of cash that it helps.
    
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The msi geforce 570 GTX OC only has 1 fan lol not 2.

Anyway I have 1 intake fan at front, 1 take fan at bottom, 1 exhaust fan rear, 1 exhaust fan top, and am exhausting cpu fan to top aswell at a space next to the other fan.

That gives me a good intaking and exhausting right since hot air rises.

Only thing is the gtx 570 is blowing air to the bottom, and the bottom fan is blowing cold air right at that, not sure if that's best, but no other option.

My ambient is around 20-24 degrees or so.

And my CPU is fine with temps, ok I overclocked it to 4.7 ghz so I can't give a good reference, but if it can do that stable the caseflow should be alright I guess.

So I can RMA a card twice? Does that mean aslong as I have warranty 24 months I believe it doesn't matter how many cards die? For arguments sake. but when the 24 months are over then it's over.

But this card has just been rma'd lol what are the chances?

I guess I could remove the Pci-express soundcard next to it? But in all honesty guys do you think that can make that much a difference?
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post #19 of 42
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I guess I could remove the Pci-express soundcard next to it? But in all honesty guys do you think that can make that much a difference?
Nope. In my opinion you should be able to put your stock card inside a plastic bag without it freaking out on you. I believe that the hs is improperly seated.

For reference my stock 570 cooler were also quite hot on standard fan speeds. I saw 85c come up, but nothing crashed at least. No wonder people give credit to how little noise comes from these new stock coolers, as the fans barely spin up at all.
    
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Yes that's true at 89 degrees the fan was like 63-65%. But you say you got 85 Degrees at stock too? Hmm that doesn't make my 89 degrees sound too strange does it? I mean a 4 degrees difference can be by airflow setup or ambient differences.

And btw im not crashing with crysis anymore problem seems to be solved. Artefacts probably not videocard hardware related. But driver/game/DX 10 related.

EDIT:
Nevermind that it were real artefacts by hardware..
Edited by chrisssj2 - 4/15/11 at 2:34am
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