Re: overclocking the POwercolor HD4870 how hig can it go ?
Might be, you may find that you will have to increase the fan speed to clear up the artifacts, if not then you have hit your limit. However 810/1GHz should be fine. Having a 3rd party cooler will bring noise down and increase overclocking head room in most cases.
"Never interupt your enemy when he is making a mistake."
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