So I am running a gtx 1650 super with an i5-4440 (12gb of ddr3 1600mhz), and I noticed my CPU was not maxed out in certain GPU intensive titles, so I decided to overclock to get the most performance I could, to do this I used MSI afterburner (as one should) and tested it with MSI kombuster and uniengine heaven benchmark (I only wrote down the MSI kombustor scores) so at stock clocks, I got a score of 1602 in MSI kombuster, so I found my max stable core clock increase was around +140mhz so I went with that and with that increased (no memory increase) I got a score of 1690 in MSI afterburner. So then I decided to increase the mem clock, I did +100mhz for a score of 1707, then +200mhz for a score of 1715, but then when I went to +300mhz my score dropped to 1702, then with +400mhz my score was 1684, which is lower than at stock memory clock! I finally decided to go with +200mhz because that's where I got the highest score, I saw my performance in games go up quite a bit, but I am still puzzled at why my performance was less with a higher memory clock. I would like to hear your input on why this might be happening and maybe learn some performance-boosting tips on the way. (I have the Asus tuf model of the gtx 1650 super if you need that information) Thanks so much for the input!