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Overclock my GPU

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Hi i've a Sapphire 295X2 with catalyst 14.6 rc2, how i can to perform the best overcloking on this card? i use the last MSI Afterbunner Beta. Settings are welcome

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Download the sapphire Trixx software. It should be straight forward using that. Also, you bought a £1000+ graphics card and don't know how to overclock?
Golly gosh.

EDIT. That sounds cheeky, I apologise! It is just unusual to hear. Increase core on each card by 25mhz increments and test using a decent bench. Unigine Valley is susceptible to bad clocks. When the overclick is unstable, you can try increasing voltage by an increment until stable. Rinse and repeat. And be careful, over clocked that card will be very power hungry on your PSU.
 
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#3
Download the sapphire Trixx software. It should be straight forward using that. Also, you bought a £1000+ graphics card and don't know how to overclock?
Golly gosh.

EDIT. That sounds cheeky, I apologise! It is just unusual to hear. Increase core on each card by 25mhz increments and test using a decent bench. Unigine Valley is susceptible to bad clocks. When the overclick is unstable, you can try increasing voltage by an increment until stable. Rinse and repeat. And be careful, over clocked that card will be very power hungry on your PSU.
And vram frequency?
 

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Start over clocking the core first. Once you have found your max over clock, then return the core to default and start finding the max for your memory.
 
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#5
Start over clocking the core first. Once you have found your max over clock, then return the core to default and start finding the max for your memory.
Thanks man ;)