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Pixel overclocking?

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#1
Anyone trying this with an invidia titan card? Or any older invidia card (according to RPS it works on older cards as well).
 

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#2
check my titan review. and yes it works on older cards, too
 
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I wonder if AMD will have an alternative.

I know powerstrip can do this, but its confusing somewhat.
 

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I haz a sad it doesnt work with my monitor the Samsung T24A350 get weird stretching and crazy shit when I push it even 1hz.

was hoping I could push 70hz but no dice.