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What's more important in an OC?

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Core, shader, or memory? My 560ti won't even let me get to 975mhz on max voltage so i'm hoping that since i oc'd my mem so high and that's perfectly stable that it'll compensate because this is probably the max OC i can get out of this card.
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Core and Shader are linked and will net you the largest gains.

Memory OCing can be a little risky as it may appear to be stable for a short period, but I've heard people experiencing rapid degradation in the VRAM chips with a very high mem OC causing severe problems in the future.
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