|28 Nov 2011||#11|
Also if you are overclocked CPU that is RAM etc that will effect your GPU
and cause it to crash as well you don't need to boost it to the max just enough to see a slight frame increase which in your case won't be much about 2-4 fps if any
I would save and get a more powerfull Gpu if you want true performance without to much Overclocking
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