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#16 bizketman101

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Posted 24 April 2013 - 11:15 PM

Guess not.. issue came back :\ also something weird happened.. my Intel Burn test went from 60ish GFlops, to about 107GFlops, both @4.2GHz. i didnt change anything in the bios either.. however, temps rose from 60*C (at 60Gflops) to 71*C (@ 107GFlops) however, when i game for about an hour or so it's only touches 60*C.. should i be worried?

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 04:17 AM

i'd look at your cooling for the cards. what type of psu are you using? 71C is 'ok' for linx, but not really for that oc, unless it's caused by the tim under the ivy cpu lid.

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Posted 01 May 2013 - 01:44 AM

The cards have the stock cooling. and usually (according to MSI afterburner) run no hotter than 65*C. no OC on the cards.. I've heard that ivy runs a bit hotter, but i do not understand why suddenly it flipped on a switch and had such a drastic increase in GFlops scores.. can't say im complaining though :) But i do not understand why games keep crashing on me. Tomorrow im going to remove one of the cards and see if its a dual card issue or not... Ill update you then! thanks for the help mo!!




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