How far can I "safely" oc my 7770GHz ed?

I just don't feel that I am getting the absolute best performance out of my card. Some suggested overclocking, but at this level and seeing that it is factory overclocked, I don't know how effective that would be. If anyone can help me on this, that would be awesome.
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  1. Well, to start of what kind of card is it? If it has a good non reference cooler im guessing you can take it to 1100MHz on the core with +20% power limit
  2. ndslite said:
    Well, to start of what kind of card is it? If it has a good non reference cooler im guessing you can take it to 1100MHz on the core with +20% power limit

    Sorry, I forgot to include this. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202011
  3. I tried as hard as possible to look for a solution myself but wasn't able to.
  4. watch the temps and voltages.
    the last thing you want is a big expensive paper weight
  5. since it is oc'ed already, dont expect much
  6. The card the OP linked to is a just a standard clocked 7770.

    I typically run my 7770 @ 1200Mhz core and 1300 Mhz memory with no issues. Temps have never been above 65 C.

    I have pushed my card to 1280Mhz core and 1400 Mhz memory but would have random display driver crashes. The few benchmarks I was able to get past did not show any signifigant gains at these speeds so I set them to the 100% stable speeds listed above.

    This is my card - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102967
    My 3dmark vantage score - http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4542270
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