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Re: Not enough voltage or bad drivers?
GDDR5 has built-in error-correction capabilities (although not ECC itself), so usually you see performance start to decline before outright instability when you overclock the memory too far.
Definitely try leaving the memory at stock speeds. It's always a good idea to test each portion of the device individually when overclocking. I start with the GPU or CPU first, then move on to the respective memory for whatever I'm overclocking.