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Easiest way is to download MSI Afterburner.

You can also monitor pretty much everything by using HWiNFO + RTSS, but its a bit more complicated to set up.
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at 1440 AA is not needed, turn it off and you should get 60fps + easy
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I'm not sure if I feel safe to overclock it myself >.> Unless its perfectly working and theres no chance of damage. Oddly enough I'm having a feeling its CPU based as I decided to try to turn off my Windows 8 Visual Effects and turned that to performance and now for some reason its running MUCH better.
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