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I prefer to use RivaTuner for overclocking my graphics cards.

You may want to read through the below thread if you're thinking about SLi;

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Okay, I'll read that.

One more Q: do I increase all three clocks by 10MHz and then stop to check for artifacts, or do I go one at a time?

EDIT: Okay, I got 700/1750/1000, temperature under load is around 65 C. ATITool ran without errors for around 2 hours, but then it had artifacts. I did it again, got errors at 15 minutes; third time there were errors after around 8 minutes. CoD4 was running perfectly, played around three hours at that clock. However... just five minutes ago my screen went black while in-game... :S I imagine that means I'm pushing it too hard, but should I reduce the core, shaders, or memory?
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