I know how to OC my card (using software) and I know how to monitor the temps. My 'general' question is this: The only thing stopping from overclocking is the heat, correct? Like, I can go as high as I can get until it gets hot? Or can my card just fry anywhere? I am not sure how to word it, but.. right now I will give an example: My card with stock cooling and default cores run at: 513 for the GPU and around 640 (1280) for the memory. with stock cooling I can get it to around 540/690 without artifacts or problems, idling at 50c and with a load up to 80ish.. I will be putting the Accelero x2 fan on the card soon which should drop my temp down 8-10 for idle and load, but I am wondering even with proper cooling ... is there still a chance I can screw things up? Or, as long as I keep the temps at a not-so-hot place, everything will be okay? Thanks.