First of all, thanks to everybody for the answers. Now, I'll try to answer: @tensai28 That's also what I thought but I did not try yet, gonna do it soon. @Mufflore Exactly for which parameter should I enable the monitoring? The power limit percentage is on already and as I said it rarely goes past 120%. @gerardfraser I am using the frequency/voltage curve to tweak the GPU already (which is actually the best tool to overclock more effectively). Basically what I did for now was to set 1.081/2050MHz. Then I saved and I did not touch anything else. The Strix OC even allows me to keep the temps under 62 degrees C, which in my case is the point where frequencies start to be cut. Are you suggesting me to try a lower frequency with a lower voltage as a starting point and try to go up till the card starts to limit the core clock again? Based on my experience, the only frequency which stays locked in every scenario is 2025 MHz. I wanted to go a bit further just for fun though and see if I could get some more of that green juice. EDIT: the card behaves exactly as you described in your short guide. I ran Superposition again (4k Opt) @ 2038MHz/1.025V. Soon after I started the bench core went to 2025, after a while it went down further sitting steadily at 2012MHz. So, now should I try to give a bit more voltage to see if it keeps the desired OC?