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so back to the basic question. Best way to test stability is using OCCT or GPUTool??? and a solid hour is good to go??
    
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OCCT does not work for me at all. GPUTool it is! I don't know about the DCII model though, did they remove the OCP feature?
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?the OCP feature??? what is that???
    
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so after a few hours of changing settings and using a combo of OCCT and GPU tool im now at 850 core clock with 1700 shader clock and 2300 memory clock at 1.063V and temps never over 76C with fan speed at 60% but after i toss on headphones i cant hear my PC at all. so does my OC sound good for 24/7 use?? i can get more power but i choose not to until i get a new PSU.
    
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so after a few hours of changing settings and using a combo of OCCT and GPU tool im now at 850 core clock with 1700 shader clock and 2300 memory clock at 1.063V and temps never over 76C with fan speed at 60% but after i toss on headphones i cant hear my PC at all. so does my OC sound good for 24/7 use?? i can get more power but i choose not to until i get a new PSU.
850/1700 @ 1.063v is very respectable. Nice balance of volts / heat and performance. Nicely done
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after some real word gaming my temps are even lower then my stress testing lol but i know i wont go past 75C or so and thats awesome
    
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after some real word gaming my temps are even lower then my stress testing lol but i know i wont go past 75C or so and thats awesome
Congrats. Your prolly never stress your GPU as much in day to day activities. I think your pretty good there.

You might even have some head room to go up on volts / clocks.
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Totally forgot about gputool! My favorite gpu stress testing tool of all time =D
    
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Congrats. Your prolly never stress your GPU as much in day to day activities. I think your pretty good there.

You might even have some head room to go up on volts / clocks.
ya i know i still have room but right now my main thing is to get to 3.6GHz giving me a 1Ghz OC on my CPU then i wanna try to hit close to 900Core. well at least 870+
    
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