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I can clock up to 1400 just like crazy stuff like >>8ghz RAM and it'll just crash near instantly, and then read it in Heaven

I have no idea how it works or other stuff - i just know that Heaven crashes with a 50-100mhz lower offset than anything else i've tried (occt, 3dmark, various games) and it just happens to read the same as my max OC core clock when it does that. It reads in the low to mid 1200's in AB, but says 1293mhz in heaven - i can boost other stuff so it says 1293 on AB, but not heaven
so how can I test the stability of an oc?
Right now I'm sitting at +55 offset. Fully stable. Could I go higher for bf4?
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Turn it up and see if stuff crashes. If i'm even 13mhz higher than i can be, i see instability within minutes, not hours
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Turn it up and see if stuff crashes. If i'm even 13mhz higher than i can be, i see instability within minutes, not hours

I see - ok thanks smile.gif!
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