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Originally Posted by Willanhanyard View Post
Okay, I got 850/1700/2000 with 1.075v. Hows that? Good? Bad?
I see you left your memory the same. Download ATi tool and scan for artifacts. You should be able to get zero artifact reports running it for a solid hour. Keep lowering your memory until you get zero artifacts.

I wouldn't even worry about the core/shader clock until you get your mem under control.
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the GPU core oc can also create artifacts...

i know because i get them when i go over 960Mhz core........

but anyway....

no artifacts = stable....

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