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Well i overclocked my vid card 6800 gt and i would like to know if its stable, i game for like houres without crashing... but i think iam losin performance maybe due to bad overclock? or wat?
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Well i overclocked my vid card 6800 gt and i would like to know if its stable, i game for like houres without crashing... but i think iam losin performance maybe due to bad overclock? or wat?
If you can game for hours then the GFX is stable. You won't be losing performance from overclocking it.
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