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thank you so much guys, heres a heaven benchmark with my 2500k at 4.7ghz

Second picture is stock gpu,cpu VS OC cpu to 3.7, stock gpu VS OC and unlocked gpu
I get 54.7 with my 870 at 4.3Ghz , cpu doesnt play much role in this benchmark .
    
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Amazon has the XFX 6950 for 289 from CC/Tigerdirect with free shipping lolz. Finger is getting itchy on a 3rd one ouch.
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thank you so much guys, heres a heaven benchmark with my 2500k at 4.7ghz

Second picture is stock gpu,cpu VS OC cpu to 3.7, stock gpu VS OC and unlocked gpu
Here's my heaven bench:



And to compare, my results with and OCed 5970:

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tsm you baller. What could you possibly need 3 6950s for. I can play maxed out Black Ops and still have 100fps O.O
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tsm you baller. What could you possibly need 3 6950s for. I can play maxed out Black Ops and still have 100fps O.O
I'm thinking trifire's 95% scaling will net me greater than 60fps avg in F1 and close to 60fps in Metro, basically the only 2 games I play. Think 5040x1050 maxed...

Just thinking about it, haven't actually thought about how I'd rationalize it money wise lol.
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trifire, the computer equivalent of viagra
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trifire, the computer equivalent of viagra
You sure it isn't more like a five-foot balding guy driving an Escalade?
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I just unlocked my MSI 6950 which went very smoothly, but I'm a little confused as to what to do next. None of the guides seem to cover the overclocking aspect of the process. Do I just crank the clock settings up to 6970 standards? If so, what are those clocks I should be shooting for?

Also, should I raise the Power Control setting by 20% as suggested in the techpowerup article?
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If you used a 6970 BIOS you should already be at 6970 clocks which is 880/1375, if you used the 6950 BIOS with only shaders unlocked the limit is 840 and something, to go higher you have to enable unofficial overclocking. To Overclock use Overdrive in CCC or MSI Afterburner.
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post #170 of 437
I used an Asus 6970 BIOS and my stock clocks are now 890/1375. Still having problems getting a stable OC but I'm starting to wonder if I should bother until I upgrade my system when Bulldozer is released.
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