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Has anyone overclocked their 370 and seen any decent gains in performance? What Overclock have you managed, and what is the max temp I shouldn't go over?
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Its a rebranded 7850 so I think my opinion would matter. They seem to overclock quite well provided you have voltages unlocked design. Performance may vary depending on the game as not every game would provide comparable performance increase. I'd say somewhere around 10 - 15%. What games & what resolution do you play at ?
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I play payday 2, CS, TF2 and BF4 mainly and at 1080p. I do find payday i get some stutters from time to time but never dips below 45fps.
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Out of the games you listed, BF4 is the game that I have played that required GPU grunt and hence I had to drop setting to run. So, I'd be more concerned about BF4.
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Well most maps I was getting around 50 fps on high settings, so not too bad my notebook used to get mid 40's sometimes dip to around 35 so still an improvement for me.
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Hi! I use Sapphire Nitro R7 370 4 GB. I'm in overclocking: GPU Clock: 1040MHZ and Memory Clock: 1475 MHz. The voltage I edited in the HEX editor from the standard 1.188 changed to 1.25. The video card began to heat up noticeably in the loads up to 83-87'C. I plan to change the thermal spacers between the chip and the radiator on copper plates. Copper conducts heat well and this should lower the temperature.
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