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Overclocking Intel Core i5 6600k and Zotac Gtx 1050 Ti 4Gb OC edition

Hey guys! I'm new to overclocking components as well as building a pc so I just want to make sure that my overclock is done right and maybe there is even much more room to overclock. I just don't want my cpu and gpu's life to shorten. Thank You!!

My Specs:
Intel Core i5 6600k OC at 4.4Ghz
Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo Cooler
AsRock Fatal1ty Z270 K4
HyperX Fury DDR4 2400 2x4Gb
Zotac Gtx 1050 Ti 4Gb OC Edition
WD Green SSD 240 Gb
Seasonic S12II 520 Watts 80+ Bronze

Overclock Settings:
GPU


Unigine Benchmarks
http://imageshack.com/a/img924/7530/m1fkhW.jpg
http://imageshack.com/a/img924/9785/YiksJE.jpg

Cpu Stress Test Results:
http://imageshack.com/a/img922/8220/mEDfLH.jpg
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  1. as long as you dont mess with voltages your cpu/gpu life wont shorten
  2. You will more than likely upgrade LONG before you kill a gpu with any overclock you could do in msi afterburner, even messing with the voltage, they don't let you add very much with the stock bios. 2113mhz core is really very good for a 1050 ti, are you sure that's stable? If so you have a good 1050 ti on your hands.
  3. Dunlop0078 said:
    You will more than likely upgrade LONG before you kill a gpu with any overclock you could do in msi afterburner, even messing with the voltage, they don't let you add very much with the stock bios. 2113mhz core is really very good for a 1050 ti, are you sure that's stable? If so you have a good 1050 ti on your hands.


    Thanks for the reply Dunlop0078! Yup it's stable didn't experience any crashes or artifacts on my Unigine Heaven Benchmark. Is my overclocking right though? the +110 on Core Clock and +100 on Memory Clock to be specific.
  4. Vitto17 said:
    Dunlop0078 said:
    You will more than likely upgrade LONG before you kill a gpu with any overclock you could do in msi afterburner, even messing with the voltage, they don't let you add very much with the stock bios. 2113mhz core is really very good for a 1050 ti, are you sure that's stable? If so you have a good 1050 ti on your hands.


    Thanks for the reply Dunlop0078! Yup it's stable didn't experience any crashes or artifacts on my Unigine Heaven Benchmark. Is my overclocking right though? the +110 on Core Clock and +100 on Memory Clock to be specific.


    Yeah that's fine if its stable. You can likely go farther with the memory clocks if you want, many will do an offset of +200-300.
  5. Best answer
    Dunlop0078 said:
    Vitto17 said:
    Dunlop0078 said:
    You will more than likely upgrade LONG before you kill a gpu with any overclock you could do in msi afterburner, even messing with the voltage, they don't let you add very much with the stock bios. 2113mhz core is really very good for a 1050 ti, are you sure that's stable? If so you have a good 1050 ti on your hands.


    Thanks for the reply Dunlop0078! Yup it's stable didn't experience any crashes or artifacts on my Unigine Heaven Benchmark. Is my overclocking right though? the +110 on Core Clock and +100 on Memory Clock to be specific.


    Yeah that's fine if its stable. You can likely go farther with the memory clocks if you want, many will do an offset of +200-300.


    lel I did +525 and stable <3
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