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A little advice on overlocking my GTX 480 please

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Hey there, I could use some advice.
I have been overclocking this GTX 480 to:
Core: 800 MhZ
Memory: 19000 MhZ
It idles at 35°C and full load is 60°C so my temps are fine.

1)Does overclocking further even get me any kind of increase or is it really just E-Peen clocking from now on?

2)I use Heaven 2.1 to test for stability hence Furmark and OCCT put unrealistic amounts of stress on the card and Crysis doesnt even push it over 50°C. Are there any recommended settings for stress testing on Heaven? I currently have everything maxed out except for the Tesselation, which stays on normal.

3)What voltage would I be looking at to achieve 900 MhZ? Has anyone done it on air yet and can give me an example?

Thanks in advance
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at 1133mv I'm able to achieve 865 on the core and bout 2100MHz on the memory. And that's on the stock cooler from ASUS
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at 1133mv I'm able to achieve 865 on the core and bout 2100MHz on the memory. And that's on the stock cooler from ASUS
Cheers for the help. Just made the jump to 850 MhZ on 1100mV and ran a full Heaven 2.1 run. No artifacts and maxed out at 66°C.
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Nothing like getting a bigger e-peen
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