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VirginAus737

Overclocking ASUS GTX 570

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Hello, I was just wondering if anyone knew how to overclock this card. It is the Directcu ii card with custom PCB so I don't think afterburner works with it. Another point is how should I be testing it, I have been using Furmark but I don't know how long to test it for. Lately I have been rung it at 870MHz and 1.063V, I think. However it always resets and I have to reset it after the boot. I would like a more permanent OC that won't really degrade my GPU. Thanks in advance,

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Avoid it. Don't bother trying. Unless you have one of these cards with the super big coolers, or dual fans etc I would avoid it. If it's the stock fan, it'll heat up too much. Not worth the Hassle.

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How did you overclock it then? MSI afterburner should work

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Avoid it. Don't bother trying. Unless you have one of these cards with the super big coolers, or dual fans etc I would avoid it. If it's the stock fan, it'll heat up too much. Not worth the Hassle.
Its this one. BIG cooler!http://www.centrecom...59.html?sort=2aWith the stress test at 900MHZ never exceeded 55 degrees. I use the Smart doctor cos the MSI one doesn't work with the custom PCB. Now I am using GPU tweak which seems a modified MSI Afterburner its nice and I think I have solved the problem.

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Ahhh. Then yes, you should be okay. But it isn't going to do much for FSX

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there's no reason for MSI Afterburner to not work with your card. Mine has a non standard PCB too.MSI Afterburner keeps the overclock after reboots

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Well it works a but but the voltage tuner doesn't work. only the bottom for selections work.
you need to unlock it. Settings -> General -> Unlock voltage control / Unlock voltage monitoring

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