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as others have said...

max out your Core/shader clock...

then OC your VRAM... as i did

i ended up with 1.2V 880/1760/2300 (i think i got lucky with the RAM) for Benching...


and 1.1V 800/1600/2100 for a 24/7 OC
Well I can get you 24/7 clock @1050mV haha . But yesterday I maxed out the mV and put my core to 1000 and now I have to go into safe mode to uninstall msi aft cause as soon as I hit apply it reset the comp and now when it loads into OS it resets about 2 seconds in. But a uninstall of afterburner seems to fix it . I think it might be my fault for clicking apply at startup.
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Originally Posted by ThaJoker View Post
Well I can get you 24/7 clock @1050mV haha . But yesterday I maxed out the mV and put my core to 1000 and now I have to go into safe mode to uninstall msi aft cause as soon as I hit apply it reset the comp and now when it loads into OS it resets about 2 seconds in. But a uninstall of afterburner seems to fix it . I think it might be my fault for clicking apply at startup.
lol ...

i can also do that with one of my card... but the second one isn't as good...

such is life...

a 480 at 900 is just as fast if not faster then a 570 at 1Ghz...

so it will still fly....

have you modded the BIOS to allow for 1.2v? if not.. you should do so
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