Even if you haven't, do you think this cooler's VRM and RAM heatsinks will help eliminate the dangers in overclocking this card? A lot of people I have found on here have said that the GTX 570 had some issues with burned-out VRM's.
The only reason why I haven't gone further with mine is because I'm on a reference cooler and this card generates a metric ton of heat. My card hits 90C at load.. kind of ridiculous and yes it's completely dust free ^-^
Once upon a time I tested my cards limits and it couldn't get past 860MHz, no matter the voltage.. In fact it became worse with more volts, so I just stuck to 100 MHz over stock considering the heat. My card's a rather weak clocker but most people can hit 900Mhz just fine.
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