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I get small errors in OCCT. I might actually just game since OCCT is terrible?
I can also game at higher clocks than the Clocks OCCT find stable. However, I like to be bulletproof. OCCT is a good test.
    
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I wanted to do 900 MHz @ 1.1v!

It doesn't crash but it artifacts a LITTLE BIT (Every 5 mins)!
I wouldn't sweat it. You still have a great card.

If you think about it, the 50MHz difference between 850 and 900 only nets you a small performance advantage in real life gaming anyway. In games where you're already getting over 100fps the difference can be large, but you're already above a certain threshold as-is. Where it does matter, in less than 60fps situations, we're talking about a difference of about maybe 5fps.

Unless you're benching, 850MHz on the core is still pretty decent considering that's still a good 118MHz above stock.
     
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I wouldn't sweat it. You still have a great card.

If you think about it, the 50MHz difference between 850 and 900 only nets you a small performance advantage in real life gaming anyway. In games where you're already getting over 100fps the difference can be large, but you're already above a certain threshold as-is. Where it does matter, in less than 60fps situations, we're talking about a difference of about maybe 5fps.

Unless you're benching, 850MHz on the core is still pretty decent considering that's still a good 118MHz above stock.
That's exactly what I'm thinking and also, OCCT is not a game so I will be testing with SC2 and some stuff. I might be able to game at 1.063 but I need 1.1 to be stable in OCCT complexity at 8
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