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Help overclocking MSI TFIII 7950 please

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So I fiished my computer build last night and it is absolutely amazing. I have the boost edition of the card so the stock voltage was 1.125v and the stock core was 960Mhz. I used afterburner and worked my way up and was able to max out both sliders with the core at 1200Mhz and the memory at 1575Mhz at the stock voltage. Is there anyway to increase these numbers anymore? The max temp for my GPU is 68c at full load so I would like to try to raise the core and memory a little more, but is it possible since the sliders are all the way up?
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http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18431335

I did that method last week, but I didn't do the part about driver fusion.

Do 3dmark runs with the memory clock and see if increasing the speed actually nets you any gains because you may get a stable clock of 1700-1800mhz but it may actually be slower because the memory has error correction and while it may appear stable, the error correction may make it slower. On my first TF2, 1450mhz gave me better results than 1500, but my second clocks to the moon.
Edited by Xylene - 1/31/13 at 2:15pm
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I have the MSI Twin Frozr III 7950. I use only Trixxx and disabled all others. You can go way past those numbers if your card holds out with Trixxx. smile.gif im pulling a 10640 (stable) right now in 3dmark but I was able to pull over 11k. it just wasnt stable.
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