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You are a silly goose. But I like it. What kind of clocks are you hitting with your 560? And what program do you use to OC it?
    
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You are a silly goose. But I like it. What kind of clocks are you hitting with your 560? And what program do you use to OC it?

Haha glad you like it haha. I just get bored and like making stuff or trying new things. This first thing I did was take the loud ass stock fans off the card and bought 92mm cooler master fans to put on it, at max rpm the fans were more quiet than the stock ones at 50-60%. Kept it cool as well.

Then tried this

I used MSI Afterburner is what i used. Right now i am at 900/1800/2125 with 1.038v. Tried 925 at 1.05v but wasnt stable so might try 1.068v at 925mhz.
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