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Not mine. Most games are fine, however its always crysis 2 that freezes when you oerclock too much. F 1 2010, just cause 2, both fine @ 880 / 1375 stock but crysis 2 and dirt2 driver stops responding and locks up. @ 1.75v its fine @ 900 / 1375. I'm quite scared running it at 1.75v though all my fans start to fire up and it starts to sound like a hoover lol. graphics card fan speed is @ 55% about 60 - 70 degrees...is that safe?
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Not mine. Most games are fine, however its always crysis 2 that freezes when you oerclock too much. F 1 2010, just cause 2, both fine @ 880 / 1375 stock but crysis 2 and dirt2 driver stops responding and locks up. @ 1.75v its fine @ 900 / 1375. I'm quite scared running it at 1.75v though all my fans start to fire up and it starts to sound like a hoover lol. graphics card fan speed is @ 55% about 60 - 70 degrees...is that safe?
I think it should be fine running in the 60-70 degree range, when I was running stock cooling on my card it wouldn't lock up until it got to 80.
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