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I finally managed to get 895 stable at 1.075 (+100). 900 core always crashes.
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hi people, im new around here.

i have a few questions about ocing this card.

1º. what's the max safe voltage i can go? and the temps?
2º i know that ocing the vram isn't very productive, so what's the max core frecuency i should go for 24/7? i play metro last light and i know i could get a better performance ocing this card.

well thanks, and sorry about my english lol
post #1223 of 1243
You can safely go to +150mv on the core. Your temp must not go over 80°C if you want decent clocks! You should be aiming around 900-950MHz, depending on your card.
Good luck!
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When I play Metro last light and I apply SSAA on 2x my card can go to 90C but on off it's never going above 75C. Easy the most demandin game out there. BTW that's on 910C core and 2250 on memory. +93 and + 50
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You can safely go to +150mv on the core. Your temp must not go over 80°C if you want decent clocks! You should be aiming around 900-950MHz, depending on your card.
Good luck!

well thanks mate, really apreciate it!

I was testing the difference between 900 and 950 on metro last light. the diference was 1.5fps. I think is not worth it at the cost of more temps and vcore. I should keep 900mhz then, ;D

at 900mhz I never go above 70°/71° with a custome fan profile of 65%. at the moment I'm testing the exact vcore that keeps stable the oc. but I think is somewhere around +70mv.

see ya!
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well thanks mate, really apreciate it!

I was testing the difference between 900 and 950 on metro last light. the diference was 1.5fps. I think is not worth it at the cost of more temps and vcore. I should keep 900mhz then, ;D

at 900mhz I never go above 70°/71° with a custome fan profile of 65%. at the moment I'm testing the exact vcore that keeps stable the oc. but I think is somewhere around +70mv.

see ya!

That's low. but mine not to bad seeing as I'm running the 2x 570 GTX and a sound card in between the graphics cards.
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should i have my side fan on my cooler master sniper case as intake or exhaust. Currently as intake. BTW running 2 of these cards
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Memory OC helps just a little, 1,5fps difference at best

930/1140 (1.088v, ram 10mv)


930/2270 (1.088v, ram 30mv)

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nice scores.
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Hey bro, i'm posting here, MP it's i'm can't send more than two MP per day, thumb.gif, and pictures stay modding now the card, i'm received this card from transporter at last day biggrin.gif
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