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Thanks for all the comments guys, think I've hit my ceiling, started crashing at 940 core 1350 memory. I've dropped to 900 core 1300 memory for now, might see if I can push it further later, but happy with that for my first time overclocking!
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung Spinpoint F3 Crucial M4 Samsung Blu-Ray Combo Drive Corsair H80 
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Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Alienware Optx 23" 3D Alienware Optx 23" 3D Ducky Shine White LEDs MX Blue 
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Thats not bad, bout right for stock voltages. Can you unlock your voltage with Afterburner? I got mine to unlock but there is a bios cap of 1.35v Managed to make it all the way to 1075/1375, but I also have after market cooling.
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