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post #21 of 6530 (permalink) Old 05-02-2014, 04:20 PM
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That is weird your is like your card isn't stable even though its at a stock clock. I did a little OC'ing just now(i don't have heatsinks on the VRMs yet) and i couldn't get a stable clock to save my life higher than 3605:


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I took the heatsinks off and its still crashing.
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I took the heatsinks off and its still crashing.

Well how much thermal paste did you put on? i did a half pea size on mine. I hate to say this but if all else fails put the stock fan back and see if it keeps crashing, if it does i suggest RMA process! Make sure you clean everything up so it doesn't look like it was taken apart; not that they inspect it with a magnifying glass anyways....
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So you said you have heatsinks on the memory. What about the vrms? Just checking.
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welcome off4124,

Have you mounted your g10 yet? do you have any pics of it? dont forget to sign up on the front page!

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made some changes to the main club members post along with a tips section. Let me know if anything else comes to mind

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I think I don't need vrms heatsink ,
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I think I don't need vrms heatsink ,

yes you should defently put some on your vrms. if you look at your old gpu cooler you should be able to see were the thermal pads covered the memory and the vrms. i circled the vrm area on your card. You should really think about trying to put some heatsinks on there.

EDIT: sorry off2124... ment for a diffrent poster... Disregared my post.

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