Originally Posted by dph314
Well I would see how you do at +93mv before going beyond that. Both of my 2 that only did 1330mhz-1340mhz with +93mv absolutely hated any more voltage, but the one that did 1430mhz actually took more voltage quite well.
OC'ing should be relatively similar to the 7970. Find your max core with a particular voltage, then bump it up for more mhz. Or just skip right to +93mv and see what the card can really do
(on the LN2 BIOS of course). Heaven should give you a decent idea of what you can expect to be stable in most games.
But if you're used to OC'ing the 7970, then I must warn you... When looking at the graph in Afterburner showing your temps- it's not an error, they really are that low
Hahaha, yeah, I'm blown away at how cool this thing is. I believe i found a semi stable sweet spot with it for now, (only have about 5 attempts with this card) and thats + 68mV, +150 on the core, and +450 on the memory. I haven't done too much stress testing yet, I only set the clocks last night, and then played BF3 for a few minutes. I think I need a nice solid gaming session to figure out for sure or not if its stable with that relatively low Vcore.