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Hey guys i recently got evga 560ti cards in SLI. Anyone know the sweet spot for an overclock?

There are my settings in the afterburner. can i get more juice out of them?

Getting around 9800 in 3dmark 11
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The sweet spot is a bit different for each card. Ive seen overclocks on my same card that were unstable 30mhz lower than my clock speed. Just play with it a bit running 15min sessions of OC scanner or furmark to find artifacts.
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The sweet spot is a bit different for each card. Ive seen overclocks on my same card that were unstable 30mhz lower than my clock speed. Just play with it a bit running 15min sessions of OC scanner or furmark to find artifacts.
should i slide all of them to the right, or just core clock and shader clock?
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