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Too much screen tearing after oc

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ati 6670 igb ddr5

i am having too much screen tearing (even when refreshing desktop or scrolling page in chrome) after ocing my 6670 to 900/1120mhz.......using this tutorial http://www.overclock.net/t/633816/how-to-overclock-your-amd-ati-gpu
how to stop this frequent screen tearing?? please help
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are you running crossfire?
post #3 of 6
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no
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Most likely means that your overclock is unstable. Try dropping your memory clocks lower, or both if that doesn't help.
There isn't much point in overclocking a HD 6670 anyway as I don't think you'll be able to notice many improvements, you're better off saving up for a new card.
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two things i want to say that.............when i change the refresh rate ( let say 60hz to 80hz and vice versa ) from catalyst control center.the screen stopped tearing...
but after restart screen start tearing like hell.........i use lucid virtu mvp but nothing worked after disabling mvp......

other thing is...............screen doesn't tear when i oc my 6670 using amd override but when i use msi afterburner.........screen tears frequently after startup....... and even when i reset to my default speed in afterbuner screen doesn't stop tearing.......
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someone please help me
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