Radeon 5670 overclocking

HI GUYS
i have XFX radeon 5670 , 1gb ddr5 card.

My system Spec.

Corei3 560 3.34ghz
Ram: Kingston 4gb 1333mhz
Board: Asus ph55mlx

I want to overclock my GPU..but i dnt know how to properly use the ATI Overdrive..

I will be thankful if u help me.
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  1. Check the Enable Graphics Overdrive box.
    Use the sliders.
    Mine are max on my 5850.
    Select a fan speed.
    Ati doesn't offer crazy overclocking functions.
    It's all within safe limits.
    Use a program like GPU-Z to monitor temps.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2092/TechPowerUp_GPU-Z_v0.5.8.html
  2. use auto tuning of catalyst control center
  3. davcon said:
    Check the Enable Graphics Overdrive box.
    Use the sliders.
    Mine are max on my 5850.
    Select a fan speed.
    Ati doesn't offer crazy overclocking functions.
    It's all within safe limits.
    Use a program like GPU-Z to monitor temps.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2092/TechPowerUp_GPU-Z_v0.5.8.html



    another question dear... i have recently played Battlefield 3 and COD MW3, and NFS the Run on my unclocked 5670 ddr5 1gb card..
    All games runs smoothly without any problem on Max setting...so should i overclock it or keep it as it is working now... no game feel laggy or slow...i even posted my game play here

    http://youtu.be/1-0tkEk-Bx0

    you can watch in 720p hd also

    so what u say should i overclock it or overclock it when it get slower
  4. overclock is only needed to squeeze extra juice from what you have when their is no other option or do not want to upgrade

    and since you can play all your games then no need to overclock any thing

    overclocking have some sort of risk always
  5. Totally up to you!
    Like i said i have my card maxed on CCC.
    The only thing i fiddle with is fan speed.
    I use a set speed for everything else and bump up the fan only when gaming.
  6. ok thanks to all of u dears
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