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Asus 5770 Overclocking

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hi, can anyone point me in the right direction for overclocking software for this GPU?
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I just use MSI Afterburner
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Easiest program to use is MSI AFB or just use CCC. I had a 5770 before I got 470 and used Catalyst Control Center for OC but if temps are a issue then use MSI AFB for the very simple fan profile setup. Either will due.
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Asus provides their own software but I recommend staying away from it like the plague. I have had nothing but issues with it with nvidia and ATI cards.

I use afterburner for all cards, MSI or not, ATI or AMD.
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Cool thanks guys,
What do you guys recommend putting clock speed and so on up to?
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I recommend going in small bumps of say 10-20mhz at a time until you reach a clock that is unstable. Then adding more voltage until you reach either a peak clock or a OC that makes your temps go to high.

Just remember to go slowly and just because your OC is stable in one program does not mean it is stable in all programs.
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