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Do I need to change Core Voltage 560ti overlocking

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I have a MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin FROZR II and using MSI AfterBurner

I read about people changing the Core Clock and the Memory clock what about the core voltage?

In this http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...nfrozr_2/3.htm

He does max Core Voltage, I'm new to overclocking but I know only do 5-10MHz increments to the Core and Memory clock while running FurMark.

What do people do with Core Voltage?
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Upping the core voltage (in most cases) will help you achieve a higher stable OC. If you're testing it on 5-10mhz increments, you'll eventually reach the max clock you can run on stock voltage. Then you'll need to increase core voltage if you want to go higher.
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