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For example, in this OC session, my applications set includes Fur Mark, 3DMark11, Ungine Heaven 2.1 and Crysis.
As you’ll see in the second part, some OC settings are stable for 3DMark11 but not for Unigine Heaven or for Fur Mark…
) because it pushes the GPU a bit further than Fur Mark 1.8.2. Fur Mark is very good for one thing: GPU temperature and power consumption.
With Fur Mark you can be sure to reach the max possible GPU temperature.
What’s more, you can precisely set every value and this is nice! Remark: I did GTX 560 Ti overclocking session several days ago and at this moment, GPU voltage tweaking in MSI Afterburner was not possible.
Today, with Afterburner 2.10 beta 7, you can tweak GTX 560 Ti VDDC (Vcore in Afterburner).
A simple example: my testbed with a GTX 580 (default clocks) has a power consumption of around 480W when Fur Mark is running.
In the review I found that the maximum stable GPU clock speed under Fur Mark for the default VDDC is 940MHz. To get higher GPU clock speed, we have to rise the GPU voltage (or VDDC).Not fundamental but it’s useful to get a feedback of what’s happening.I always check the GPU temperature and the total power consumption of the testbed to know if things work as expected.There is no absolute overclocking setting (or OC setting) for a graphics card but rather per application OC setting.
The goal is to find among your applications set, the OC setting that is stable for the whole set.
Fur Mark is Geeks3D’s GPU stress test (more tools are available here).