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Also I fear that when the day comes for you to get a bigger screen your previous stable overclocks will not be stable one those higher resolutions.

So if and when that day comes, be sure to retest your overclocks
Untill then..

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Yeah I have used OCCT in the past with my HD4850 and even it displayed errors I (maybe 30 errors in 20 min) I was perfectly stable in every game..

Today I was even stable in 30 runs Crysis GPU bench but driver crashed in Furmark,so I backed down OC to 830MHz,tested again for 20min and it has passed..

In Crysis at 85 - 90C fan ramps up to 62% so maybe if I change profile to like 75% at that temp it would drop temps a bit..

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Furmark is totally overkill. Dangerous. Do not use it for stability testing. It has nothing to do with reality. It is sick. It is much much worse for graphics cards then IBT is for CPU's.

Yeah, I would say that you should aim at 75% when reaching 80 - 85C.
    
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Furmark is totally overkill. Dangerous. Do not use it for stability testing. It has nothing to do with reality. It is sick. It is much much worse for graphics cards then IBT is for CPU's.

Yeah, I would say that you should aim at 75% when reaching 80 - 85C.
Yeah furmark is hard but damn fast and dirty,and I have used it in the past a lot and never had a issue with it..

It's not like I'm gonna run it for hours,just 10 - 20 min would do the trick,and if card fails then so be it as I don't want that weak link in my chain anyway..

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