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Hello,

I currently own a XFX 6770. I overclocked it on stock voltages with stock cooler (non reference) to 1000 980/1340 on stock voltages (Bios limits voltage to 1.100, which is default. Don't want to flash it)

Is this a good overclock on stock voltages?

I BSOD'd at 1010 mhz core. And upping memory further reduces performance (from errors, no doubt)

Edit: Weird, F1 2012 caused a display driver crash at 1ghz, 990mhz caused the game to crash, but 980mhz looks stable. 1ghz is fine in everything else (tested for 15-30 minutes)
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Yes its a good oc on stock volts. If temps allow for it, why not try to push the volts & speed a little more using AB 2.3.1?


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Yes its a good oc on stock volts. If temps allow for it, why not try to push the volts & speed a little more using AB 2.3.1?
I might, but MSI afterburner doesn't let me change voltages at all, and Sapphire Trixx only let's me reduce it. 1.100 is stock voltage and it's capped out at that.
    
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