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You can't clock the core and shader seperately.
They are locked at 2:1. So adjusting the core to 700 would put the shader at 1400.
And use MSI Afterburner 1.6 wich is updated for the GTX400 series.
http://downloads.guru3d.com/Afterbur...load-2559.html
thanks, this one works perfect

now its time for some overclocking..
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dont mean to hijack this thread but when i get into a decent overclock at stock voltages it seems stable but then freezes with white squares all over the screen after some intense gaming. is this because the voltage is too low?
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dont mean to hijack this thread but when i get into a decent overclock at stock voltages it seems stable but then freezes with white squares all over the screen after some intense gaming. is this because the voltage is too low?
white squares or snow-like effect or weird colors usually mean unstable memory, graphical bugs (polygons where they are not supposed to be) etc usually mean unstable core/shader, so I believe your memory is a bit too high, try to set memory to stock clocks and see if it still happens
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ah makes sense. i read boosting memory doesn't help that much anyways...
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ah makes sense. i read boosting memory doesn't help that much anyways...
well, that is correct in most cases. overclocking memory helps mostly only on cards with slow memory and low memory bandwidth compared to the processing power and resolution, and most modern day cards have quite fast memory so in most cases you get only a very little or no boost at all
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