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test your temps and run prime 95 for like 5-10 mins to test real quick. if it gets above 60 stop the test.

1.5 voltage game crashed. I'm not winning here... Looks like my rig isn't built to overclock afterall. Maybe my case is running hot for whatever reason?
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1.5 voltage game crashed. I'm not winning here... Looks like my rig isn't built to overclock afterall. Maybe my case is running hot for whatever reason?
or you could lower your clock some like do a 3.8
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or you could lower your clock some like do a 3.8

Okay, I'll try that later. Thanks!
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your best upgrade would be a new CPU / Mobo before you start worrying about graphics cards that aren't even released or have benches yet. But I assume a gtx 780 would over-saturate you CPU and bottleneck
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your best upgrade would be a new CPU / Mobo before you start worrying about graphics cards that aren't even released or have benches yet. But I assume a gtx 780 would over-saturate you CPU and bottleneck
I think his cpu would be fine for a single card config but probly would want to oc it. but i do agree on the motherboard.
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if its C2 revision its going to have a hard time achieving a higher OC...
    
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GTX 780 didn't release yet. But I guess it will be 50+% better than a 570. So I guess it will be a worthy upgrade.
What? The 680 is already faster by 50% or more than a 570
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What? The 680 is already faster by 50% or more than a 570

50+%.
The 680 is about 40% faster than 570 on average. on the other hand it is 25% faster than GTX 580.
GTX 670 is about 35% faster than GTX 570. And 20% faster than GTX 580.
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if its C2 revision its going to have a hard time achieving a higher OC...

I'm pretty sure I have the C3 tho.
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My processor was running at 40-42c when idle at 3.8ghz, and when playing a game between 55-62. I went back to stock settings 3.4ghz even tho I seen a huge improvement in Sleeping Dogs when I had it overclocked. I just think I might be hurting the cpu way too much. I don't believe it should be running at 40-42c when Idle. That seems way too high.
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