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Hey, when I use furmark, the doughnut gets these dark areas (quite big, like big ovals) on it. There's no red lines or screen tearing, just the dark area. Is this ok at all?
Plz answer quick!!! =) - my 5850 is at 900/1200 at 1187 voltage(too high?)

Sry about stealing ur thread, but i guess its old so i guess it's fine?
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Yeah, my furmark looks like the ones in this thread: http://www.overclock.net/ati-cooling/732013-5850-sudden-gpu-temp-20c-vddc.html

Is that completely fine?

Thanks a lot!

Edit: Still wanted to ask, if my psu is giving a vddc current of 35,7 A at max to the GPU, is the GPU getting enough power? Thanks again!
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Edit Again: Yeah, max is now 36,6 A and sry bout posting in NVIDIA GPU section =(
 

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Originally Posted by Nafedz;12208565
Hey, when I use furmark, the doughnut gets these dark areas (quite big, like big ovals) on it. There's no red lines or screen tearing, just the dark area. Is this ok at all?
Plz answer quick!!! =) - my 5850 is at 900/1200 at 1187 voltage(too high?)

Sry about stealing ur thread, but i guess its old so i guess it's fine?
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Put up a link to the furmark you are using, and I'll run it and let you know if I get the marks
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