Originally Posted by Hulio225
I don't think it will give you an reasonable advantage to be honest...
A benefit not mentioned here is that you can double check that the job is done properly, when it comes to the mounting of the hs itself. I thought some of the screws were ridiculously lightly tightened. Of course you dont have to change the tim to do that though
If its worth it is another question, but here we are on overclock.net. Gaining 1 fps really isnt "worth" the hassle of potential unstability etc, but here we are doing it anyways. Hehe.
Originally Posted by Savatage79
Possible, but would it actually show the slight drop in frames? Because that's what bugs me, my osd never shows actual droppage for frames when it happens. But it could perhaps be an unstable OC, is there any way to really test and see, because I can run the settings I'm on with no crashing or anything.
Yea I had it opened. I can try that tho. The one thing about AB when I used it was I couldn't ever remove the osd once I had it up, ever experience that?
Hmm. I really dont know man. What I am referring to was a looong time ago, but you could do the 3dmark stability test to see what it says. It measures stability of clock etc. You can get some stutters if it drops up and down a lot between clocks methinks, at least in my experience. I constantly measure the clock now in the beginning, just to be sure. Oh, and instability in electronic components can pretty much manifest as anything. I guess if you are really lucky, you can crash while seeing a pattern of an elephant made up of many tiny dots of different colors