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    Use Battlefield 5 as your stability test.

    1) Set voltage to 100%.
    2) Set Power Target/Temp Target to the maximum and click apply.
    3) Fire up Battlefield 5.
    4) Once the game starts, ALT+Tab out of the game and slide the boost clock up one notch and click apply, ALT+Enter to return to the game. Play for a minute to see it's stable. If it's stable, keep doing this until artifacting, freezing or crashing occurs then back it off a notch or two.
    5) Do the same thing with the Memory Clock, you can use 100MHz increments at first.
    6) You can set the fans manually or set a fan curve, I set mine to where the fans are running 100% at 60c.

    Don't forget to click apply every time you make a change in GPU Tweak II.

    Let me know your final overclock with Battlefield 5.

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