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Its OCP kicking in to throttle the card.
 
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Haha, I think I'm in the same boat as the OP. I thought my OC was stable on stock voltage (I only took my cards up to 925). Aside from the occasional DA2 crash it seemed solid, and DA2 is so bug riddled IDK if those were OC related or not.

But now that I've picked up Metro, it puts a beating on my cards like none other! Artifacts everywhere! I had to bump my voltage up to 1.025 to re-stabalize it.
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Originally Posted by gl0ry View Post
that is a bit odd. Mine is like a smooth flat line the whole way through. By the way, I use 8 Shader Complexity for my tests.
Shader complexity of 2-4 stresses Fermi more than 8. Just saying.
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If it's OCP why has the framerate started fluctuating only just now? I've not messed with OCP at all. You may be right, I'm just curious.
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Shader complexity of 2-4 stresses Fermi more than 8. Just saying.
Thanks for the info.
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If it's OCP why has the framerate started fluctuating only just now? I've not messed with OCP at all. You may be right, I'm just curious.
yes its just that.. except on something like Asus DirectCUII.

Better test in something like Heaven 2.5 or 3dmark 06 for 1hr and see how it goes.. These stressing apps like OCCT, Furmark, Kombustor are all throttled because of this new active power control management introduced with 570/580/590gtx..



Imo they're all useless and dont really give the most accurate results.


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In order to stay within the 300 W power limit, NVIDIA has added a power draw limitation system to their GTX 570 and GTX 580. When either Furmark or OCCT are detected running by the driver, three Texas Instruments INA219 sensors measure the inrush current and voltage on all 12 V lines (PCI-E slot, 6-pin, 8-pin) to calculate power. As soon as the power draw exceeds a predefined limit, the card will automatically clock down and restore clocks as soon as the overcurrent situation has gone away. NVIDIA emphasizes this is to avoid damage to cards or motherboards from these stress testing applications and claims that in normal games and applications such an overload will not happen. I am still concerned that with heavy overclocking, especially on water and LN2 the limiter might engage, and reduce clocks which results in reduced performance. Real-time clock monitoring does not show the changed clocks, so besides the loss in performance it could be difficult to detect that state without additional testing equipment or software support.
The second picture shows the jumps in power consumption over time while running Furmark. Compared to the GeForce GTX 580, it seems that the card can now enter several low-frequency states whereas on the GTX 580 it could only reduce the clock speed by 50%
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/A...GTX_570/3.html
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