As long as you have proper cooling, and a good PSU, the "Tool" should be able to overclock your card quite a bit. The best part is, its automatic. It will increase the core and memory (seperately) in small increments, while heating up the card, to find the max stable core speeds and memory speeds.
You may also set two different profiles, one speed profile that starts when windows is used (example: 2D apps) and also a 3D profile that will overclock the card just for gaming instances (and of course benching)
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