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Originally Posted by Mokka;13856828 
Do I have anything to lose by pushing the core to the sky, stay belowing 1.1v and moving the clocks up slowly?
Well, there's always some risk involved, but if you're going slow you'll probably be fine. Your temps are amazing for those clocks. My Palits hit the 70s at just 900 core. frown.gif

It sounds like you got a golden chip!

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And post benches so I can cite them in 6950 vs 560 threads biggrin.gif
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I'm gonna try to overclock the memory on my 560 Ti next, but I will still keep testing stability for another week or so until I'm certain the GPU core is 100% stable.
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