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Oh you have the MSI TFIII PE/OC? I thought you had the EVGA Classy for some reason. The MSI TFIII PE does have a VRM heatsink so you'd be fine up to 1.1 or 1.125 IMO.

Yessir, she's a beauty. How important is not seeing any artifacts in the Heaven benchmark? I'm at 950/2200 @ 1.075 and they're still there... the fellow who started this thread seemed to get the same speeds @ 1.038...
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Yessir, she's a beauty. How important is not seeing any artifacts in the Heaven benchmark? I'm at 950/2200 @ 1.075 and they're still there... the fellow who started this thread seemed to get the same speeds @ 1.038...

every card is differest. No card is built equal
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every card is differest. No card is built equal

I understand, but the difference seems profound to me... maybe I am just not aware.
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I understand, but the difference seems profound to me... maybe I am just not aware.

I have a 5770 that ive gotten to 1050 mhz

My friend has the exact same card model and from the same maker and cant get it past 900
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I really like the look of the NZXT switch. I will sell you my HAF 932 advanced. Basically a little lower end than the HAF X.biggrin.gif

I dunno haha, I just saw the CM Storm Trooper, looks pretty awesome. Hear they're releasing a side window for it later.
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I have a 5770 that ive gotten to 1050 mhz
My friend has the exact same card model and from the same maker and cant get it past 900

Yes, that is quite the difference, but when I posted the same speeds as the OP juano immediately called it out as being unstable...

Either way, 950MHz seems unobtainable for now; I stopped short of 1.1v...

940/2200 @ 1.075 seems to run well though.
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All I know is that I had 2 X GTX 460 (768mb) in sli and this one card, with oc, destroys their performance in every benchmark or game I throw at it. Man, what I would give to SLI this bad boy. biggrin.gif

Same upgrade as me smile.gif cost me around £60-£70 and the sale of my 460's. It was a great move!
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Yes, that is quite the difference, but when I posted the same speeds as the OP juano immediately called it out as being unstable...
Either way, 950MHz seems unobtainable for now; I stopped short of 1.1v...
940/2200 @ 1.075 seems to run well though.

If I was here for the OP's post I would've done the same to him, my 580 Lightning does 840 at 1.031v so 110MHz above that on a much lower binned chip is highly unlikely though not impossible. To answer your "how important is not seeing artifacts" question my answer is how important is actually being stable to you? It's pretty important to me but less important to others as long as they don't crash in games all the time. What I have heard unconfirmed reports of is the memory becoming unstable and deteriorating if you try and run it long term when it's unstable, but I haven't heard anything like that for a 'slightly' unstable core. So as far as I know there is no reason to believe you will do any harm if you want to be unstable for some reason, it just doesn't make much sense to me personally.
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Yes, that is quite the difference, but when I posted the same speeds as the OP juano immediately called it out as being unstable...
Either way, 950MHz seems unobtainable for now; I stopped short of 1.1v...
940/2200 @ 1.075 seems to run well though.

well it does seems unstable cause the defualt voltage @ default on these cards are around 1.05... And you saying that you got to nine hundred and something with 1.05 voltages. It just didnt seem right so GG
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Nope, but for me it says pcie 1.1 @ 16x... No idea why
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Its the reading when the GPU is idle, click the '?' at the of the Bus interface and run the render test. The pci-e value will change.
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