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Sapphire Flex 5770 Overclocked.

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Okay, so I got my sapphire hd 5770 flex edition today, and I felt like I could push more out of it, since the temps were simply amazing. I played gta iv on almost full graphics, with only up to 55**°C, so I boosted up the clocks using ATI Overdrive Autotune function. I boosted them up to 950MHz/1305MHz (Stocks are 850/1200) and I get the temps of 57°C max, which I find amazing, yet I want to know if those clocks are safe. Also, among with this, I faced another problem. I only wanned to overclock my high performance clocks, but now on idle clocks stay on 400/900 instead of stock 157/300, which also results in having ~41°C instead of ~28°C ~30°C that I had on normal clocks. Is there a way to keep my idle clocks at stock, and only boost the high performance clocks? (Since they did give me quite a few additional FPS) I also would like to prevent using MSI afterburner, I somehow don't like that program.. Well, any help is appreciated.
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The overclock clocks in CCC are safe clocks.
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Thanks for letting me know. I came up with a solution, since when I turn down the high perf clocks, the idle clocks also go down, so whenever I'm in a gaming mood, I'll turn the clocks up to the stable ones and whenever I'm working with the pc, not gaming, I'll turn them down. Seems good enough for me. Thanks for the reply.
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