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Hi everybody,
I recently got a brand spanking new GTX 760 for which I downloaded the PrecisionX software from EVGA. I got a pretty good overclock but my Crysis 3 kept crashing, as well as my Battlefield 3. I reduced and reduced the settings until I almost had no overclock.

I decided to check out other software and download the latest MSI afterburner beta. I applied my original overclock settings which I reached with EVGA's tool and the game has been rock-solid stable. thumb.gif

Just a word for any of you who had problems with this software, I would recommend trying afterburner, as this may allow you to get a higher OC and remain stable. rolleyes.gif

Any body else with this experience?
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Originally Posted by aoc51 View Post

Hi everybody,
I recently got a brand spanking new GTX 760 for which I downloaded the PrecisionX software from EVGA. I got a pretty good overclock but my Crysis 3 kept crashing, as well as my Battlefield 3. I reduced and reduced the settings until I almost had no overclock.

I decided to check out other software and download the latest MSI afterburner beta. I applied my original overclock settings which I reached with EVGA's tool and the game has been rock-solid stable. thumb.gif

Just a word for any of you who had problems with this software, I would recommend trying afterburner, as this may allow you to get a higher OC and remain stable. rolleyes.gif

Any body else with this experience?

PresX is a really good software, you must of used it wrong lol But I also found MSI software to be really good for us AMD guys smile.gif
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