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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    Now at least the card is idleing at 157mhz instead of 850mhz.I don't think I will try the F7 Bios unless something else goes wrong. Attachment 2507
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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    @john199055 could You try use OC Guru and MSI Afterburner with F7 bios? With F7 works ok too ?

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    I don't really want to mess with it since I have it working good now.I am worried that if I flash it to F7 it may not work right,and it may not flash back to F6 right again,and I know that the F6 Bios is working perfect.I don't think it would over clock that high if it was not working,It would more then likely over clock higher but I don't know what a safe voltage on the core would be.It may have over clocked higher but I was getting scared,and 1048mhz is pretty high.If you can flash to F6 Bios with the Gigabyte Vga@ Bios ultility and use those two programs I know it will work.
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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    I have F7 installed and Afterburner with OC Guru

    I can try it out but what safe amount of volts should I set it at ?

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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by john19055 View Post
    I don't really want to mess with it since I have it working good now.I am worried that if I flash it to F7 it may not work right,and it may not flash back to F6 right again,and I know that the F6 Bios is working perfect.I don't think it would over clock that high if it was not working,It would more then likely over clock higher but I don't know what a safe voltage on the core would be.It may have over clocked higher but I was getting scared,and 1048mhz is pretty high.If you can flash to F6 Bios with the Gigabyte Vga@ Bios ultility and use those two programs I know it will work.
    What volts did you change on OC Guru to achieve 1048 mhz ?

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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    ive read that most stay under 1.2v on the core
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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    I have read 1.2/1.25 is what most cards will do 1Ghz with, some need closer to 1.3 though, I can do 1Ghz Vantage/3D06 using 1.19V but of course that is with the SOC Model.

    I would imagine 1.3 may be safe enough though but you really shouldn't push it there unless you are willing to buy a new $300-400 Card.

    Since the tools stop the voltage there, so surely it is not until after that damage starts happening otherwise they would have limited it to a lower value, but of course temps come into play too, so keep an eye on your temps and as always try to use the least amount of voltage you can!
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    On the core I set it to 1.223V to hit 1048mhz and 1.289v to hit 1100mhz,but whenI flashed my other gigabyte GV-R587UD-1GD I had to take it up to 1.277v to hit 1048 and I went high as it would go to try 1100Mhz 1.302v and it would not do 1100mhz on this card.The highest I could get with this card was 1025mhz at 1.223v even if I tried 1.302v it would not go any higher.I think I will just keep it at 1000/1248 ,but when I go to cross-fire ,I don't know what it will run.The one card that would run 1100mhz at 1.302v the highest the temperture got was 62c.I may try F7 Bios but I don't really want to since it is working fine with the F6 Bios.
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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    Hi,
    I also own the GV-R587UD-1GD.
    How did you people manage to hit 1000MHz+ for the core? are they all Furmark 30min~1hr stable ?
    What tools do I need? I am currently running F7 bios.
    For voltage adjustment, what tool do you use?

    I am currently using ATi Tray Tool.

    Thank You~

    PS: I have also tried the Gigabyte Guru OC from the official page to adjust the voltages and clock frequencies but I am unable to get 1000MHz for the core to pass Furmark. The card would freeze and I am forced to reboot.
    Last edited by KakimotoRift; 05-19-2010 at 03:33 PM.

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    Default Re: GV-R587UD-1GD Problems

    Combination of MSI Afterburner frequency adjustment + Gigabyte OC Guru Voltage Adjustment target 1000MHz still fails Furmark.
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