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post #11 of 15
100...Don't. Even overclocking that fireball of a 480 is safer.
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post #12 of 15
Raisin the PCIE frequency only helps when you really push multiple cards' overclock.
Helps it being more stable. It doesn't affect the performance in any way.

My 580s would not go anyway near 960 until I raised the pcie frequency to 114.

But as said, for a single card, raising the PCIE is completely pointless.
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im at 101, only because my mobo shows 100 as 99.4 so i just pushed it up once now its 100.4 lol.

everyone will tell u, there is no gain in oc'ing the pcie for gaming. maybe some boards need higher for when u reach blk of 220+ like the rest have said.
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post #14 of 15
For my single-card 570, increasing the PCI-E frequency from 100 to 110 actually helped me get it stable whilst overclocking it.

It depends on your situation, really. If an overclock is dependant on the PCI-E frequency being higher, leave it there however don't go higher than 110 or so. There's no reason to overclock it if it's not aiding in stability.
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post #15 of 15
I really can't understand why changing the PCI-E frequency would increase stability when all PCI-E cards are spec'd at 100.

This is most likely one of the reasons SB Bclk cannot be changed because everything is integrated to that frequency.
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