Overclocking

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terorvlad
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Is there any way someone can find out I overclokced my gpu if I return it to stock clock?

CPU: I5-760 @3.4 Ghz | MoBo: Msi H55M-p31
GPU: 5870 Sapphire | Ram: 8 Gb @1333Mhz
Case&PSU: Antec Sonata 3-500W | OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64
Cooler: Deepcool Icefrige mini FS| Monitor: 23.7' LG Flatron W2443T 1080p LCD

Curt
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I am not 100% sure, but I do know that if it is an eVGA card, the warranty is still valid even if you do overclock it.

Also, I am going to rewrite your question to make it easier to understand what you were trying to say. (maybe english is not your first language)

Is there any way someone can find out if I overclocked my gpu, even if I return it to stock clock speeds afterwards?

Coolermaster Cosmos S | Silverstone Strider 750w | Core i7 930 @ 4.0Ghz | Asus P6X58D-E | eVGA GTX 260 Core 216 | 6GB Corsair DDR3 - 1600 | Samsung 226BW | Razor Deathadder

omally
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i would uninstall the drivers and then reinstall them that seems to work if you have a problem it usally happens with the 5000 series there not all that stable for over clocking

3dgamemandrew
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is my temps good for the 1055t(40c@low)(71c@high)