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Static across screen during overclock

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A couple of static lines will come across my screen like a TV losing signal (Black and white dots) when I overclock my 5970 to 800MHZ Core clock from 725MHZ

Any answers?

I take the clock back down adn it's fine... I havent touched it since cause I dont wanna damage my card
 

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#2
A couple of static lines will come across my screen like a TV losing signal (Black and white dots) when I overclock my 5970 to 800MHZ Core clock from 725MHZ

Any answers?

I take the clock back down adn it's fine... I havent touched it since cause I dont wanna damage my card
temps?
voltages?
 
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#3
Teams and V's dont change
 

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#4
that's artefacting buddy * overclock to high) back your clocks down 5 to 20Mhz or until it stops then back it down 10 moar after that
it wouldn't cause damage its just the card "telling you hey I can't go that fast"