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But wouldn't the the core clock speed decrease be shown in the MSI afterburner monitor? I will take the 1000 core clock speed and use the test you suggest and see if it's stable.

No it wouldn't. I've told you that Kombuster is a useless program to test stability on cards with OCP. What I told you to do was a way that you could verify that OCP was throttling the clocks under Kombuster (you know if you really want to make me prove it rather than just assume I know what I'm talking about), and that is to run Kombuster and then watch it's FPS get cut in half after about 3-4 minutes once OCP kicks in.

So you could do that or you could just save yourself some time and take my word for it (and the two links I also posted, that didn't do anything to convince you that I'm not making this up?), and test stability with programs other than Furmark, OCCT, and Kombuster.
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I can do 930 with +62mV and 2550 with +20mV on memory.
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Right now my lightning is at 900/1800/2100 @ 1.013V with a max temp of like 72c and that is on BC2. Just changed my fan setup though and ive been around 65-68 on bc2.
 
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Wow..I'm kinda surprised on how good my card is doing then compared to others here..

I have mine at 970 core/ 1940 shader/ 2400 memory in Afterburner AT 1100 volts, I haven't tried to go further yet.

Temps are great to..idles at 25-33c and usually gets up to 40-60c in game with sig rig, HAF 932 with performance fans FTW!

(I keep fan at 80% since I can barely hear it)
    
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