Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by keenan, Nov 7, 2009.
1.35V in Msi Afterburner
When i'm playing a game (cod, cs, pes, etc) after a period of time the game minimize to the desktop... is really annoying
Any1 know how to fix that?
pd: im using 9.11
Does it minimize and say "Display driver as stopped responding"?
Or does it just minimize?
Can this card do 3 outputs? 2 DVI and 1 HDMI?
I have 2x23 inch monitors and a 46inch tv with a 20foot hdmi cable I wanna hook to it.
Yeah it can.
it just minimize
How, everytime I plug the hdmi into the card it makes me turn off one of my monitors
anyone know what is a good voltage for 1000mhz?
Depends every card is difference
i use 1.26 for 1000 on the core
i set mine to 1.237 volt
got it stable at 975mhz
got my memory at 5300
it pass furmark for about 30 min
is there another program to see if my gpu setting stable?
Try these settings...
1.250V @ 1000/1400
Run 3dmark or any intensive game at high resolution (above 1680 x 1050) for at least 10 minutes
That should quickly show any sign of instability...
Some of the benchmarks and reviews I read showed the 5770's a little faster than the HD 4850's, but it seems as if that may not be the case? Compare my SM 2.0 and SM 3.0 scores.
I would say its allot faster than a 4850 tbh
inbetween the 4870 and 4890.
Here's a direct comparison between my overclocked 5770 and your 4850
iplaynaked's advice is incorrect in this regard.
to run three monitors on these graphics cards, you need to have one monitor on the display port. only two of the other ports can be used at a time, ie. 2x dvi, or 1xdvi + 1xhdmi. this is the way ati set it up, and i believe nvidia as well? its something to do with the output controller only handling two dvi outputs, as technically, hdmi = dvi + audio.
Server, thank you. I'll look into a Display Port to HDMI converter
gpu voltage at 1.237 stable
try 1000mhz at 1.26 volt but can't get it stable
Okay that's what I was expecting to see but the first couple of pages didn't have the same results but I guess that's just the variance in systems.
let me get this right-- you have 3 different cards in the one pc? i didnt know you could crossfire 2 ati cards and have a nvidia 3rdcard for physx in the one pc
if you go to that page, you can dl a mod that allows you to run dedicated physx on an nvidia card whilst using ati cards for the raw rendering power.