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  1. leemerlord New Member

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    just wanted to know what you other gamers OC your card at and see what a safe voltage is :)
     
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    I'm interested in this answer too, I've got a XFX 5770 on the way.
     
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    normal voltage all the way up to 960, memory cuts out at 1250 for me, i personally set the fan speed in the range of 50 to 70 depending on how long I'll be gaming.
     
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    Crossfire 5770's stock voltage 940 on the core and 1340 the memory.
    One of the cards does get hotter then the other due to crossfire.
    That's with the sapphire vapor-x cooler by the way.
     
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    yea my mem does that doo but my driver also crashes while playing games. been with support from xfx for couple weeks now and nothing they have given me or told me to do has helped it. but i havent tried just stock voltage with just core at 960
     
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    Mine is about the same: 960/1300 with stock voltage. :)
     
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    nice i just wish my driver would stop crashing. maybe i should stop buying cards from fry's lol:laugh:
     
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    where do you go to check your vision of DirectX
     
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    This has always worked for me when there are driver problems: http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=52502
    Follow that, then make sure DirectX and your chipset drivers are up to date.

    Tick that link, tick "download", then RUN. It will open a web installer and it will bring it all up to date for you. If you've never run that, it's most likely not up to date.
     
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    ok i followed your guide (which is awsome :) ) and i found phyx was still installed some of nvidias display drivers where installed. didnt even know that haha. now i did a fresh install of the latest ati drivers avaliable and will see if it crahses or not a lil later got some homework to do but thanks erocker!!!
     

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