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Originally Posted by HomeDepoSniper;13164024 
That's what they all say, till the BSOD start occuring ;\

That's when you pop open smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif and curse and increase voltage and repeat.
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Well if i was gonna get a BSOD it would have happened by now from play games like Fallout New Vegas and Mass Effect 2 with maxed out setting for several hours
    
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this is what its currently set at just using MSI Afterbuner i was wrong about the GPU it was actually at 975 MHZ look at the clock speeds
    
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post #14 of 17
you can get that at stock voltage :/ it takes me 1.075v to stabilize my OC
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Definetely going to follow this thread when I get my MSI 560 TF2 in the next week.
post #16 of 17
There's nothing wrong with upping the voltage a little. I had it at 1026mhz@1.07v. But after running the same level at multiple frequencies and benching with fraps, there wasn't a big difference, so I downclocked to stock, for now.

I figured, as long as my min fps is above 60, then I don't need to overclock.


But I will do some more testing in the next couple days. I got a p67 board and a 2500k. I'm going to run the same game levels and see if it makes a difference in actual gameplay, not synthetic benchmarks. I don't play heaven or 3dmark, so I don't really care how they do in that.
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post #17 of 17
You can definitely go 1Ghz easy considering you're in the high 900's in stock voltage.
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