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hmmm guess I have a **** card then was at 1100/1575 and what im aware of this should be more then capable of getting these numbers

ye since u overclocked it,up voltage a bit...it should solve problem
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hmmm guess I have a **** card then was at 1100/1575 and what im aware of this should be more then capable of getting these numbers

Depends, It looks like most 1.050mv cards only reach 1070 ish on the core before needing more voltage.

Pump the volts and you should get a bit more.

I would think a lower default voltage card would produce less heat so you have that going for you when overclocking, But don't quote me on that.

EDIT: Check to see what your default voltage is, If it is above 1.050 then i guess those clocks are not great. But if it is 1.050 its around about what to expect.
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Depends, It looks like most 1.050mv cards only reach 1070 ish on the core before needing more voltage.
Pump the volts and you should get a bit more.
I would think a lower default voltage card would produce less heat so you have that going for you when overclocking, But don't quote me on that.

in afterburner on stock shows 1112mv on the core voltage
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in afterburner on stock shows 1112mv on the core voltage

Fair enough. Well, Those clocks are not that bad.
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Fair enough. Well, Those clocks are not that bad.

thanks btw upping the volts seems to have worked! btw can an undervolted overclocked gfx card cause system lockups that require me to hold power button for 10seconds?
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Guys, any way of turning the idle mhz up ? When its at 300/150mhz i'm somewhat feeling its making problems for me... Or turning off the idle down thing ?
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Goddammit, I'm having second thoughts on whether to return my card and order a new one or not. It'll be a hassle and I'll have to order from a second, inferior website to keep the price 'bout the same.
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btw can an undervolted overclocked gfx card cause system lockups that require me to hold power button for 10seconds?

Yes..... Had the same !
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thanks btw upping the volts seems to have worked! btw can an undervolted overclocked gfx card cause system lockups that require me to hold power button for 10seconds?

Absolutely yes.
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