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NANs = Not A Number

This is an indicator of an unstable OC, hence "unstable machine".

The usual fix is to apply small increases in mV to the OC until you find it stable.

You can test the OC by either using Heaven Bench and / or 3DMark11. Once stable, run a few WUs and see how she flys.

Please do NOT use furmark, it is not a good indictor of stablitity.

Good luck
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Alrighty guys! I downclocked it just a teensy bit, and gave it a few more +mV, and it seems to be doing pretty well.

Thanks for all your help!
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Originally Posted by Escatore View Post

Alrighty guys! I downclocked it just a teensy bit, and gave it a few more +mV, and it seems to be doing pretty well.

Thanks for all your help!

Excellent, just in time for the FaT - happy folding! smile.gif
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