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post #11 of 14
Scorpion49 told me when you got afew crash then try to reinstall driver and start again, I run 900/1100 1/050v or 930/1100 1.075v or even 945-950/1100 1.1volt with no problem mostly mylittle brother plays Dead Island everyday for hours more and no problem, the only problem is when I try to raise my clock abit such as 935-940mhz with 1.075volt then it goes crash Its not stable.
Btw I always run Crysis 2 for 1-2hours or more with max setting 1080p DX11 almost everyday just to test the stability of my overclock, its agood game test
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Seagate Barracuda HDD 1TB SATA3 SAMSUNG Bluray Combo SH-B123L Cooler Master Hyper 212X Turbo Windows 10 Pro 64bit 
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post #12 of 14
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I deleted my drivers and reinstalled the 280.26 drivers using default settings and wiping old profiles. I'm going to do some testing.
post #13 of 14
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Still freaking crashing after testing different drivers. I even crashed about 40 minutes after a slight overclock of 35mhz. The reason for selecting this particular card was for overclocking. I figured the three fans and large heatsink would make it a perfect overclock card. Well, heat is not an issue, apparently this card just can't handle any overclock past the stock overclock. My buddy bought a reference EVGA card at stock speeds and was able to get it past 900/2000. I paid an extra $50 for a card that's stuck at 780/1900.

A word of warning, STAY AWAY FROM GIGABYTE!
I'm going to be calling Newegg to tomorrow to return this POS. I'll probably pick up an MSI, ASUS, or an EVGA
post #14 of 14
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I called Newegg today. I wasn't able to return the card for a refund unless I paid a 15% restocking fee, which would be $50. However, I was able to get them to send me another card for free. I even get to keep using the one I have now til the new one arrives. At least I can still use my computer. I hope the new one will be an overclocker. I've read that a number of people were able to overclock the card nicely. I guess it was bad luck of the draw. I've seen people who had to underclock their cards, this includes MSI and EVGA, so I guess it's not really a brand related issue. I hope my luck is a little better with this one. If I still can't overlcock it I guess I'll have to live with it.
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