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Edited by Zyphur - 12/28/10 at 4:50pm
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post #12 of 14
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Okay, here is my latest test results:
  • 815 Core
  • 1630 Shader
  • 2000 Memory

20 minute Stress test with EVGA OCScanner shows max temp of 68 degrees, .

How is that so far?

About to try:
  • 850 Core
  • 1700 Shader
  • 2000 Memory
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Nice of you to try and squeeze out the extra performance but focus on your CPU instead as it is a pretty big bottleneck for now.
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1000 Voltage
850 Core
1700 Shader
2000 Memory
50% fan

OCScanner reports a max temp of 68, and to my knowledge, no errors!

@OJX - Nothing I can do on my CPU

Going to try 900, 1800, 2100 now.
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