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Windows 7: No artifacts when overclocking

09 Jul 2010   #11

Win 7 & 10 x64

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In all seriousness you should be able to use autotune in CCC and it will tune it to the highest possible speed and stress it at the same time, you need to hit escape to end the testing and your clock ill be adjusted to optimal settings, i.e. fps, no artifacts and use of CPU. Other than that using Unigine Sanctuary at 1024x768 Full Screen, 3DMark06 and Vantage will show how the card responds to the autotune from CCC.
autotune freezes my computer after awhile.
That may be due to your drivers version, I have had good luck with CCC 10.3 and am testing CCC 10.6 in the next couple of days did not care for 10.4 and 10.5
I have driver version 10.6. It froze for me when I had 10.5 45 minutes into autotuning

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10 Jul 2010   #12


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Ok currently my HD 5770 is stable at 880 mhz and 1215 mhz with no lost of performance according to 3Dmark vantage and no artifacts when playing different games.. Should I continue increasing my memory clock (Can't increase gpu clock any further) and/or increase my voltage with msi afterburner as smarteyeball suggested?
If you are happy with current speeds - then increasing the memory doesn't have as much impact as increasing the core itself.

Keep in mind that extra volts = extra heat and there is still no guarantee that you will 'break the barrier'. Each chip has a wall, regardless of voltage

Also is it good to test custom clock speed in CCC?
Personally, I've never bothered with it.

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I have driver version 10.6. It froze for me when I had 10.5 45 minutes into autotuning
That's one of the reasons I don't use autotune. Clocks too high - insufficient voltage/wall = freeze.
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