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Originally Posted by Dimensionzero View Post
Oh alright. Do you know how I could find out what xfx 5850 cards are stably over-clocked at?
Every card is different. Some will overclock pretty high, some will not, even if they are the same brand and model.

You can try and find your max OC by trial and error through stress testing: try an overclocked setting, open up a stress test ( ie. Furmark ), if you see artifacts ( that's basically anything that's abnormal on your display like dots or like) or you freeze that means you either have to up the voltage or lower your overclock.

This is a general guide on how to overclock an ATI card. Good luck xD
Edited by tryagainplss - 3/9/11 at 5:58pm
    
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