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77C is pretty normal in furmark. It's designed to stress the hell out of GPU's.
 

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Then get even better cooling, or don't run FurMark.
 

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I dunno how good that cooler is supposed to be but I know that furmark will push your card higher than anything else. But judging from straight looks off the cooler, it might be cause of the fans. Are they at max speed? If not try to set them to max then go ahead.
 

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No. Do it in CCC.
 

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Don't use furmark.

There's really no point to it unless you have aftermarket cooling.
 

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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post
Don't use furmark.

There's really no point to it unless you have aftermarket cooling.
I don't call it Bakemark for nothing. 77C isn't bad for a Hawk HD 5770 (that's an aftermarket cooler right there - not stock by a long shot). With that cooler it shouldn't go over 80C anyways. Well the point of Furmark is to check stability first, temperatures second.

If you can run Furmark for 30 minutes and you don't get artifacts nor BSOD/crash then you are golden.
 

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I don't call it Bakemark for nothing. 77C isn't bad for a Hawk HD 5770 (that's an aftermarket cooler right there - not stock by a long shot). With that cooler it shouldn't go over 80C anyways. Well the point of Furmark is to check stability first, temperatures second. If you can run Furmark for 30 minutes and you don't get artifacts nor BSOD/crash then you are golden.
i find your posts info packed, +rep
 

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if i even set them to max, does that void the warranty?
Nope, some companies even include software to control it
 

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Nope, some companies even include software to control it


i got an afterburner disk with mine- LOL

but in ccc EVERY option is greyed out
 

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Afterburner can do it...

and your warranty is safe if you overclock with it (or so I have heard)
 

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Afterburner can do it...

and your warranty is safe if you overclock with it (or so I have heard)

can you make sure of this?
 

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Just use CCC to do it. You have to click the lock to enable overdrive.

I don't have any MSI cards to look over the warranty terms. Maybe someone can help.
 

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Just use CCC to do it. You have to click the lock to enable overdrive.

I don't have any MSI cards to look over the warranty terms. Maybe someone can help.

i dont get your system... is that a 18th century phone?
 

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can you make sure of this?

Even if it was technically against the warranty terms to OC, there's no way for them to ever find out unless you tell them.

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77*C in Furmark is considered a good thing.

Roger that. With a decent OC and increase in GPU voltage mine can start getting close to 100C.
 

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Just use CCC to do it. You have to click the lock to enable overdrive.

I don't have any MSI cards to look over the warranty terms. Maybe someone can help.

wheres the enable overdrive button?

edit: found it

should i click on auto-tune?

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Even if it was technically against the warranty terms to OC, there's no way for them to ever find out unless you tell them.

don't they have cache on it to see what youve done?...
 

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Roger that. With a decent OC and increase in GPU voltage mine can start getting close to 100C.

Yeah GTX295 is a beast of a card. Watercooling is sick as sin on it. These are the temps I had with max stable OC and 1.35v.

 
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