To reiterate, half the problems I noted have nothing to do with unofficial overclocking, but CF. To make sure this was true, I reflashed my 6950s into 6970s and applied the hex code Unwinder mentioned earlier in the thread. This would allow me to forgo the unofficial overclocking and simply apply the normal overclocking and overvolting. And yet, I ran into the same problem with overvolting - one card will overvolt, but the other will not. Further, when enabling "force constant voltage", and then disabling it, the voltage of the one card to which the voltage settings did apply remain stuck. To summarize, there are issues in CF that make it unusable for OCing, with or without unofficial OCing. If you want to throw a fit about it, do not take to blaming me. I am merely stating facts and providing feedback as a user since Rivatuner and Geforce 2 Pro days. Part of being a professional is learning to deal with feedback - and, yes, criticism (although I never even criticized your coding ability or disparaged the software, at all). Still, ability to retain composure is a valuable thing to have whether you are making software or doing anything else in life.