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Which version of OCCT should i use to stress this card? I get errors when i use the latest beta, yet I don't get any errors using the latest stable version.
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use games, or tessmark, or kombustor, or intense benchmarks (3dmark2011, StoneGiant, heaven 2.5, Alien vs predator, any dx11 nv demo)

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I want to see PCB....looks like they beefed up the VRM's but not 100% sure.
VRM are stronger then default for sure..


here are few screens






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http://www.overclockers.ru/lab/42044...Frozr_III.html
Edited by TheHunter - 6/29/11 at 7:58am
post #433 of 1243
Alright. I can't trust OCCT anymore. i scanned 3 times in total. The first time i ran OCCT i got 0 errors after 35mins. I rebooted and scanned again and got tons of errors within seconds. And then i rebooted again and scanned again with 0 errors. it seems to be stable running everything else too.
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Alright. I can't trust OCCT anymore. i scanned 3 times in total. The first time i ran OCCT i got 0 errors after 35mins. I rebooted and scanned again and got tons of errors within seconds. And then i rebooted again and scanned again with 0 errors. it seems to be stable running everything else too.
Yeah I was initially using OCCT, but I'm not actually sure what it proves. Settled with a 5 hour Heaven 2.5 loop and thus far, I've had 0 artifacts and no fps-throttling problems while playing games oced.
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Alright. I can't trust OCCT anymore. i scanned 3 times in total. The first time i ran OCCT i got 0 errors after 35mins. I rebooted and scanned again and got tons of errors within seconds. And then i rebooted again and scanned again with 0 errors. it seems to be stable running everything else too.
I've had this happen even with cards that don't have throttling, but it's safe to say that with OCP enabled it's probably harder to find errors at times.

I don't think you should use OCCT as the end all be all program to test stability. I just think its an extra tool available for you. If you aren't getting any errors or crashing in real world situations you're probably fine. The easiest thing to do in the long run is just to set it to a point where you believe it's stable and just use it for daily purposes until something comes up and proves otherwise.

MSI is really taking their time with my RMA ... They've had it for over a week now and I've been without my desktop for over two weeks!
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Hi , new to this site

I upgraded my amd athlon 64 for my new rig .

I also bought the tf3 oc/pe , I rma my 570 DirectCU2 because it couldnt run crysys for more than 1 hour on HIGH without crashing 1920 * 1200 , it also couldnt run metro at very high for 5 minutes on this resolution , gave me red artifacting and jittering before the driver crashed closing with task manager

Hope to find stability in my next 570 , most important for me .

Also this one is alot shorter , DC2 sags and I had to install a wooden support and that screwed in my hd box cuz it was sagging so bad .

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Btw i gave a budget to my little brother to build this comp for me , did he do a good job ?
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"We apologize for any inconvenience, but we are currently out of stock of suitable or comparable replacements for your unit(s). In this case we will need to provide you with a refund based on the market value of $310.00. Will you accept this refund?"

Lol MSI, really? I spent 369.99 + shipping on the card and spent 15 dollars to send it back to you. No I won't accept that "market value". It's still the same price as of now on Newegg anyways.

I'm sick of waiting now. I love MSI products, but I don't appreciate that offer. Hopefully they either return the full price or offer me an upgrade for a small additional fee.

I even opted out of the whole gtx 580 amazon mispricing stuff, didn't feel like buying it because I loved this card, now I'm starting to regret it.
Edited by gl0ry - 6/29/11 at 10:53pm
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"We apologize for any inconvenience, but we are currently out of stock of suitable or comparable replacements for your unit(s). In this case we will need to provide you with a refund based on the market value of $310.00. Will you accept this refund?"

Lol MSI, really? I spent 369.99 + shipping on the card and spent 15 dollars to send it back to you. No I won't accept that "market value". It's still the same price as of now on Newegg anyways.

I'm sick of waiting now. I love MSI products, but I don't appreciate that offer. Hopefully they either return the full price or offer me an upgrade for a small additional fee.

I even opted out of the whole gtx 580 amazon mispricing stuff, didn't feel like buying it because I loved this card, now I'm starting to regret it.
That's ridiculous.

I'm noticed while playing bfbc2 that I had some artifacting at stock voltage/clock (i.e. saw a green circle for a split-second and then a pink circle maybe an hour later). Would a small increase in voltage fix this?

EDIT: I'm still within the newegg 30 day exchange deal, looking mighty tempting.
Edited by Infinite Jest - 6/30/11 at 6:54am
post #439 of 1243
Glory was having artifacts at stock voltage too and he ended up having to RMA. Btw, that is a ridiculous offer from MSI. Either refund of the total price paid or an upgrade. Hopefully they don't send you a reference 570 with a 470 cooler on it...
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Glory was having artifacts at stock voltage too and he ended up having to RMA. Btw, that is a ridiculous offer from MSI. Either refund of the total price paid or an upgrade. Hopefully they don't send you a reference 570 with a 470 cooler on it...
crap. I might just newegg it to be safe; stock load voltage is 1.000V which is a bit high anyway. 4 days left of my 30 days. This thing sucks for ocing anyway. Gonna suck to have to wait though.

EDIT: Submitted an RMA request. I'm not getting constant artifacting, but I don't want to be 2 months down the road and have a dead card on my hands, having to deal with what gl0ry is dealing -blobswith.

Btw, my artifacts appeared to be like 1 or 2 green or pink circles appearing next to each other for a split second every once in a while; does that constitute "artifacting"?

Also, now that I think of it, I've been getting green lines appearing during windows start-up occasionally; would that be caused by the video card?
Edited by Infinite Jest - 6/30/11 at 8:20am
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