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Using MSI Afterburner, I have had the memory clock up to 1300 MhZ, and the core c lock up to 1250 MhZ. Worked fine for about a year, now I get some bad artifacts. I reduced the memory clock down to 400 and still get some artifacts. I know it never went above 53 degrees, which is fine while under an intense load like Battlefield 3. Some games, like battlefield 3 get very few artifacts. Others, like Minecraft get alot. Any other settings i could mess with to possibly fix this?


EDIT: Also I would like to increase voltage and shader clock, but dont know how. And dont exactly know the effects of doing this, so inform me?
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Using MSI Afterburner, I have had the memory clock up to 1300 MhZ, and the core c lock up to 1250 MhZ. Worked fine for about a year, now I get some bad artifacts. I reduced the memory clock down to 400 and still get some artifacts. I know it never went above 53 degrees, which is fine while under an intense load like Battlefield 3. Some games, like battlefield 3 get very few artifacts. Others, like Minecraft get alot. Any other settings i could mess with to possibly fix this?


EDIT: Also I would like to increase voltage and shader clock, but dont know how. And dont exactly know the effects of doing this, so inform me?

Try reinstalling your drivers and see if it clears up the artifacts.

If you want to increase your voltage you'll need a program like afterburner, once you hit your voltage limit you'll need to flash a new bios to go past the stock max voltage. Mostly the effects are more heat and instability, like all overclocks it takes tweaking. The key is to make sure your temps are in check when overclocking.
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