Try eVGA OC Scanner X to find automatically artifacts ;)
There is a CUDA and OpenCL memory stress tester (like memtest86/memtest86+): LINK.
But - and that's a big one - the best OC testing program IMO is BF3 on 48-63 servers. Trust me, many have failed with "stable" OC's with that...
Raising the power target is like a two sided blade you know, the core voltage will go up too and then the GPU will reach temperatures above 70*C and the card stars to throttle...
The best GTX 670 OC guide is THIS, please read it carefully, it explains a lot of things.
The lowest memory multiplier is 2.00 with P45 motherboards :(
The available options are [2.00] , [2.40] , [2.50] , [3.00] , [3.20], [2.66] , [3.33] , [4.0+]
Memory Frequency = Host Clock (FSB) * Multiplier
Your RAM can achieve 850 MHz only, as jime said, for 3.8-4 GHz you have to buy...
The G-Reaver uses the Avago 3050 sensor, Omron switches and lower quality UPE feet.
The sensor is the same as in the CM Storm Xornet (I use that :eek: ), it's a mediocre sensor. After many firmware updates I settled down at a 1.8 m/s perfect control speed at the expense of a higher lift off...
Meh, that's not right, you're doing it wrong. From the mobo's manual:
The multi is under the
********DRAM Performance Control ********
(G)MCH Frequency Latch [Auto] <- Probably you must adjust this too, but only after
System Memory Multiplier (SPD) [Auto] <- THIS
That mobo has...
Did you tried the MemOK! - you know, that nasty little button near the RAM slots, above the 24-pin ATX connector ???
Asus claims that this "memory rescue tool requires a mere push of a button to patch memory issues" :rolleyes:
To my knowledge it isn't recommended to use an SSD as a video recording media, because after repeated and longer recordings their write speed starts to plummet.
After the second or third run the sustained/sequential write speed could be lower than a HDD's... and not to mention that this type of...
I have the same motherboard, you have 2 CPU fan connectors, one is with 4 pin (PWM), the other is a 3 pin header.
I'm using both of them, the second (3 pin) is linked with the 4 pin PWM header and it's CPU temperature dependent.
Just set in the BIOS the CPU fan target level to a lower...
Till I got the same error as Shikami...
I'm getting this also:
The game froze and I get this error too. :mad:
Fuuuu, for me BF3 crashed once in the early days, after that for months it was running smoothly... sort of :(
Yep, it's true, see link: PCGH
@ fomoz: you have pretty good GPU usage (at least what am I seeing), I read at another place, that SLI users get lower GPU utilization in BF3 with this driver, it's true?
No, do it like satterth said, I will try it later too.
Another option is to use Tools->Customize->Export Customizations or the cuiexport/cuiimport commands before and after upgrade/change for transferring your settings.
I know, it's a pain in the arse to make all the GUI to your liking. For...
You need a fan, that has a good CFM to dBA ratio.
Another aspect is, if that you will mount it in vertical or horizontal position, because for sleeve bearing fans it is recommended to mount them vertically.
Usually, PWM fans at lower rpm have clicking noise too. Other non-PWM fans when...
^ - that means that you have the 010G firmware for that Crucial M4.
There's a known problem with the latest firmware, the SSD simply disappears after a reboot.
The workaround (from G3D) is:
I hope it helps, dunno :(
For a claw grip the best shape has the CM Storm Spawn or Xornet.
I have the Xornet (was dirt cheap :D ), it's a little mouse, you have to get used to it...
Has the Avago ADNS-3050, with the V75 firmware has low LiftOffDistance and higher PerfectControlSpeed on black cloth pads.
@ DeathSmasher: Most likely you have a problem with BF3's terrible hit detection ;)
There isn't a KB/mouse combo what corrects that problem, so...
If you're looking for a mouse, you should read this thread from ESR, pretty simple.
As for a keyboard, I'm using the same no-name KB that came...
ACPI (Automatic Configuration Power Interface) tries to throttle down the CPU usage when the temperatures are too high.
I assuming that when your 'puter is OC-ed, some power management features are disabled and/or in the sleep state those features aren't applied correctly.
I hate to say it, but you'll need a beefier CPU, there are some interesting threads about that [H]ere:
Q9650 @ 4.4Ghz vs. i5-2500K @ 5Ghz
BF3 64 player MP CPU benchmarks!
Your GPU usage is way to low, if you're using the FPS limiter from MSI:AB, then that's normal. :p