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Is there a software i can run to see if my gpu's clock are stable. I dont want to test it in heaven. I know there is a tool that will auto tune to see whats the most stable clock it can do. Any Ideas?
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AFAIK: You can only test stability by looking for instability. This can be done by waiting for a crash (which is never guaranteed to even happen) or, stressing the component to accelerate the probable rate of failure.

For a GPU, what some people do (assuming you have adequate cooling), is run a program called furmark, and watch the pattern and look for any artifacts (basically graphical glitches). If you see artifacts, it is a sure sign of an unstable clock.
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