Overclocking options help?

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/BmC4bj
So I'm pretty sure I can't OC my cpu, because my motherboard doesn't let me.
But I was curious about overclocking my RAM and Gpu?
I have messed around overclocking my gpu before and I seemed to be able to get 1100MHz with no problems. Just wondering If I can go higher? Not really sure what I should shoot for so let me know what you think. I need an experts opinion for sure on this.

Also just an fyi, my case is quite small and doesn't have good airflow.
Let me know if you need more info. Thanks.
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  1. You can't overclock your RAM with that mobo, but GPU overclocking is independent of what mobo you have as you've discovered. Every GPU will overclock differently, no one can say what your max OC will be. Just keep increasing the overclock until the card starts getting too hot or loud, or starts becoming unstable (graphical artifacts, driver crashes) while running a GPU stress test.
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  2. TJ Hooker said:
    You can't overclock your RAM with that mobo, but GPU overclocking is independent of what mobo you have as you've discovered. Every GPU will overclock differently, no one can say what your max OC will be. Just keep increasing the overclock until the card starts getting too hot or loud, or starts becoming unstable (graphical artifacts, driver crashes) while running a GPU stress test.


    On my amd radeon settings for overclocking theres a memory clock option, Is that also for the GPU clocking?
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  3. Yeah it's gpu memory overclock. Usually memory clock can be easily oced higher than the core oc ratio. Try ocing memory until there is a shutter or driver crash and find the stable oc on both core and vram.
    Reply to parani
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