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[font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]Just out of curiosity from you Neowinians :D[/font]

[font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif][b]Gigabyte GTX 670[/b][/font]

[font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]GPU: +168[/font]
[font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]Memory: +750[/font]
[font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]Voltage: Default (1.175)[/font]

[font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]Still haven't figured out my maximum clock yet so this is the highest I've tested.[/font]

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Running my [b]EVGA GTX670[/b] on stock, I generally don't tinker with my GPU out of fear of borking it :laugh:

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I just leave mine on Stock. It already needs high fans on some games (Guild Wars 2, Far Cry 3) so overclocking it for a measly few frames will do more harm than good.

It's not like it doesn't play games on high / ultra quality with good frames anyway.

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[quote name='Xerxes' timestamp='1356859405' post='595423054']
Running my [b]EVGA GTX670[/b] on stock, I generally don't tinker with my GPU out of fear of borking it :laugh:
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I have an EVGA GTX650 Ti SSC
and have overclocked it a fair bit, even past the good clock it comes with
EVGA honor all warranty, even if the card is clocked (with EVGA Precision)

They are one of the only manufacturers I know that do

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Running on stock. I can't be bothered by few FPS. :cool:

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