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Seems I just needed to add a bit, ran Heaven for a bit @ 1.150, 1100 core, 1575 mem with no crashes, will try some Fur and BF3 to really see if we're stable.
I was surprised to see such a gain going from 1000 to 1100 though, from 1132 score to 1221

Is it PCS+ cooler model. what temps are you getting at load on core and vrm . use hwinfo32 for logging temps. the scaling for tahiti is excellent. if your core temps can be kept below 70c and vrm temps below 90c you could go higher.
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Is it PCS+ cooler model. what temps are you getting at load on core and vrm . use hwinfo32 for logging temps. the scaling for tahiti is excellent. if your core temps can be kept below 70c and vrm temps below 90c you could go higher.

Using an after-market cooler.

Highest temp recorded is 51c in MSI, highest on vrms was about 50c, that was on a 15min Furmark run.
    
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This is so weird, so, I'm 100% stable with my current clocks, but as soon as I drop in the atipdlxx.dll to enable unofficial in MSI, I get these weird annoying screen tears on my desktop anytime I scroll, move a window, etc, remove it, and it's back to normal.

Wut.
    
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This is so weird, so, I'm 100% stable with my current clocks, but as soon as I drop in the atipdlxx.dll to enable unofficial in MSI, I get these weird annoying screen tears on my desktop anytime I scroll, move a window, etc, remove it, and it's back to normal.
Wut.

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18431335
post #17035 of 38704
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This is the 7970 card my friend has: http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4102#ov
This is the GHz Edition card which has the bios I need: http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4290#ov

I've found one, as soon as the person gets back to me ill post it here. smile.gif
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"The problem is the un-official way throws up some problems in terms of screen flicker"

Ok thanks, had me worried hardcore.
    
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Seeing how far I can push 1.150, so far I'm at 1125 core and 1600 stable in Fur, heaven, and BF3.

Highest temps I hit was 56 during Fur. I have a pretty nice amount of room to go!

Average gaming temp is a high of 45, usually somewhere between 38 and 42.
    
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So low ? Fan at full or auto???
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So low ? Fan at full or auto???

My accelero I usually keep it at full, it's impossible to hear.
    
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post #17040 of 38704
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This cards have nothing in BF3 compared to 680, i mean nothing, the smoothness is far far from 6xx series, i get 55 fps it feels like 40 on 680....even worse maybe. Also the fps stability is nowhere near 680 frown.gif

I feel you mate. I have owned 680 sli(current), 670 sli and 7950 cf, and i too noticed that. Though bf3 was totally playable, it wasnt nearly as smooth as 670/680. But maybe the new 12.11 drivers will change that, reviews show 20-30% performance increase which is freakin amazing.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/6393/amds-holiday-plans-cat1211-new-bundle
http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/46905-amd-catalyst-1211-benchmarked-surprising-performance-gains/?page=3
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Look at the results, and then look at them again. AMD made a specific, concerted point about describing the GCN-related improvements for the Frostbite 2 engine that underpins Battlefield 3 - and by consequence, MOH: Warfighter. We had expected to see a 15 per cent improvement, perhaps a shade less, but the Catalyst 12.11 numbers are 33.9 per cent higher at 1080p and 19.4 per cent higher at 1600p.

We've double- and triple-checked the results and run the test multiple times; the reported figures are consistent. We can logically surmise that our benchmark map is wonderfully partial to the behind-the-scenes improvements present in the new driver. In a semi-facetious way, it makes you wonder what AMD's driver teams were doing for the past 10 months.

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