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Well i can't even get 950/2150 with 1.075 voltage to run in games without it crashing within 10 minutes. And when i say crash, i mean the screen goes black for a sec then goes back to my game, so i check gpuz and it set itself back to default clocks, luckily it doesn't bsod, that would get annoying because it happens so often. I don't know why my card is such a terrible overclocker, i've seen people get these clocks at stock voltage. Those clocks pass 10 minutes of furmark, but once i get in to game it's just a countdown till it resets itself back to default clocks..no artifacts in games, but after a time the screen flashs black for a sec and resets itself back to default clocks..any ideas?
Edited by venomblade - 2/26/11 at 11:07am
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umm isn't that a relatively low voltage for that high of a clock?
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Really? Default voltage for me is 1.000, max voltage on MSI afterburner is 1.15, so i'm about halfway and can't reach an OC that people can reach on stock voltage
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When I looked at your sig I'm starting to realize its the brand you have. I can't surely say that Palit's are not good but I think brands such as Asus, MSI, EVGA are better when it comes to overclocking.

One more question what power supply are you exactly using? I hope its not a generic one.
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Damn i can't remember the name off hand(not home), but i can assure you it's not generic
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Damn i can't remember the name off hand(not home), but i can assure you it's not generic
Very good bro. Glad to know. Its really dangerous using a generic one. Some people don't remind others even its not part of the question started by the OP. You might lose your whole system with a generic one.

Anyways nice card you got.
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Yea it's great, and i don't NEED to OC it, plays all games @ 1920x1080 perfect, including crysis 2 , but I'm just OCD about getting max performance out of my hardware lol.
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Don't go above 1.1 I guess on the stock cooling. Up to about 1.095v will be fine.
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