Well, +10 more in MSI afterburner and the GPU crashes, so it's in the border.
I was thinking that more pixels in the screen = more effort doing the same. Will it crash in a stress test maybe? Or will just increase the tempeture and speed fan?
If tested properly you don't have to decrease it. But you are right, the higher the resolution the harder the work will be for your GPU and because of that it is easier and faster to detect and point out an unstable OC
Thank you guys. I made some benchmarks with valley and i had a "stable" overclock, but after playing Evil Within a while, I had to decrease it. Maybe i will have to do the same with a 1080p resolution.
Btw guys, what is better to have at GPU-Z: a VOp PerfCap Reason or a Pwr PerfCap Reason?
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