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Still tinkering,
+100mv(93) , power limit 300, aux +50, core +160, mem +405
cpu @ 4.8 1.355v
unlocked 3a bios, with 310.70 beta bios
Afterburner 2.2.3 no voltage hack

With voltage hack i think i can take these to a stable 1400 with about +25-30mv.

Did you use the art money hack?
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Did you use the art money hack?

He's only at +93 for the voltage, the art money hack is not required to get that high.
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Did you use the art money hack?

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He's only at +93 for the voltage, the art money hack is not required to get that high.

Nope, no art money hack or edited AB profile. I may edit the AB profile to up the volts a bit more, but honestly my goal was just a measly +100 on the core and +200 on the memory. So i am pretty pleased with this, i plan on tweaking a bit more. Will keep ya guys updated.
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Nope, no art money hack or edited AB profile. I may edit the AB profile to up the volts a bit more, but honestly my goal was just a measly +100 on the core and +200 on the memory. So i am pretty pleased with this, i plan on tweaking a bit more. Will keep ya guys updated.

Yea that's a nice overclock on the core...the highest I can get stable with Heaven is +135 on the core....if I'm running 3DMark11 it'll run at +150.
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Yea that's a nice overclock on the core...the highest I can get stable with Heaven is +135 on the core....if I'm running 3DMark11 it'll run at +150.

I see so heaven is more stressful than 3dm11? Im kinda new to GPU stressing. Can find sandy sweet spots in minutes though ha ha.
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I see so heaven is more stressful than 3dm11? Im kinda new to GPU stressing. Can find sandy sweet spots in minutes though ha ha.

Yea in general Heaven is a real good way to test if your overclock is stable. It stresses all parts of the system really well. Whatever overclock I can find stable in Heaven, that's what I consider my rock solid 24/7 overclock.
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Yea in general Heaven is a real good way to test if your overclock is stable. It stresses all parts of the system really well. Whatever overclock I can find stable in Heaven, that's what I consider my rock solid 24/7 overclock.

Good to know!
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What amount of voltage can you run for everday BF3 gaming? Right now I have a 1333/7000 with 25 on core, 20 on memory, 20 on aux. I wish I can push the core more but not sure how I can achieve it without water cooling.
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What amount of voltage can you run for everday BF3 gaming? Right now I have a 1333/7000 with 25 on core, 20 on memory, 20 on aux. I wish I can push the core more but not sure how I can achieve it without water cooling.

That definitely seems fine, if your temps are good then you are re golden.
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Is BIOS 80.04.28.00.3A (unlocked LN2), from the first page of this topic released by MSI ?
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