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Be stable, please

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Now, i just overclocked my Radeon 5750 from the deafault at 740MHz core, to 840MHz, and the memory clock, from 1200 - 1335. Now ive been playing some games, and there is no problems. Been playing Shogun 2: Total War, and Mafia 2, and it seems stable. I also ran a Furmark test, with 2x MSAA (anti-aliasing).
And it only reached 78*C, after running it for 20m 30s. With an amd stock cooler, and automatic fan speed.

Stable, or unstable? Less or more overclocking?
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And, i think i should say, that i ran the FURMARK test at 1680x1050 (the resolution i normally play in)
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500GB SATAII WD HARDDISK, 7200RPM Windows 7 HP 64bit ASUS VK222H 500W Power Supply 
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i would say its pretty stable actually just be careful if u make it go any higher because of ur stock cooling

u need to make sure u dont over ride ur gpu or anything else,
because the more u raise the performence, the more heated it will get

i think u should keep it where it is (:
good job on the overclocking!


i hope i helped you out !!! (:
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