Is it better to overclock with the standard drivers and powerstrip or use the Omega drivers? I now know what to use to duplicate Adam's experiments, but has anyone else used or have any opinions on overclocking programs such as powerstrip or rather use driver based overclocking via Omega?
ok. I don't really like the program though. Its controls are not very intuitive. Is it better for you then to not boot the computer with the overclocking already enabled? Would it really affect the lifespan of the components and/or battery life by individually controlling oc?
Well, we've had our 8790 in for a few days now and have played with the clock frequencies. Generally have found that it's only possible to go about 40MHz over on core and less than that with the mem (around 20-30 extra MHz) - got some really nasty artefacting at anything more than that.