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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 01-05-2017, 08:40 AM - Thread Starter
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So I bought Gigabyte G1 RX470 4GB and recently I decided to overclock it. I am struggling with stability and voltage side of things. I wanted to do somewhat super-safe overclock without putting lot of extra voltage to the card. For now it is like this. The problems is that the highest setting which is 1340 (1.1v) and 1750 (0.95v) passed every test I gave, loope heaven, fire strike and benchmarks from metro, tomb raider and rainbow six siege. But sometimes it crashes in battlefield 1.
Is my voltage is high or to low for an OC. What is considered safe voltage for this card?
I read that everyone uses maximum power limit which is +50%, is this setting going to shorten lifespan of the card?

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