Originally Posted by krown
hey, well I got my OC stable at 930/1900 at 1.1v. I had a question though, what does overclocking your memory do? should I lower a bit of my core clock so I can increase the memory clock?
Glad you got it working. I got to 900 MHz stable at 1100mV but then Crysis 2 forced me to lower it to 860 MHz as clearly 900 MHz was only stable in FurMark stress testing.
I would most definitely overclock the memory now. They are separate things so since your GPU is stable now, leave it there and just increase the memory clock speed now. Try for 2100 MHz. If that's stable, go for 2200 MHz. If that's stable too, try 2300 MHz. I don't think you can get more than 2300 MHz out of it, though. Be aware that the common problem with memory overclocking is artefacts appearing (white/black spots, distorted images and textures, etc). If these start appearing, just cancel the testing and lower the memory's clock speed a bit.
I've got my card (same as yours) overclocked to 860 MHz GPU and 2300 MHz memory, all with 1100mV. Keep your voltage there - it's a good value. Now just take advantage of it by overclocking memory as well!