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Gigabyte GTX 750 TI 2Gb overclock

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I have a Gigabyte Gtx 750 Ti 2gb and I'm looking forward to overclock it. I have overclocked the core clock and the memory clock.I don't know how much more can I overclock it. I don't want to use the core voltage.What is the safe limit?
Gpu:http://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N75TOC2-2GI#kf
Overclock: Core Clock:+ 150 MHz, Core Memory:+450 MHz
Temp.: 62-63 °C while using Heaven Benchmark 4.0
Psu:http://www.fsplifestyle.com/PROP161000099/
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    the gpu will tell you how much you can push, do small steps, 50mhz per time untill you see artifacts or a sudden pc restart or a hard crash of any benchmark used

    both in ram and gpu do that

    are you going to use msi afterburner or what tool?

    sometimes the core can't be touched or any modification will make the overclock unstable so start only wti hram and gpu, then try other values
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  2. atljsf said:
    the gpu will tell you how much you can push, do small steps, 50mhz per time untill you see artifacts or a sudden pc restart or a hard crash of any benchmark used

    both in ram and gpu do that

    are you going to use msi afterburner or what tool?

    sometimes the core can't be touched or any modification will make the overclock unstable so start only wti hram and gpu, then try other values
    Yes, I'm using msi afterburner. Thank you for answering my question.
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  3. remember that this card has not extra power, only what it can get from the pci express slot, so the overclocking capabilities are limited, perhaps you can push 5 fps more maximum, possibly 3 only, but perhaps you are lucky and it gives you a better surprise
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  4. those results looks like a file in your c partition, we can't see the results

    if you want to share results take screenshots and use a service like postimage or any other free image hosting service, once uploaded share the address of the image
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  5. atljsf said:
    those results looks like a file in your c partition, we can't see the results

    if you want to share results take screenshots and use a service like postimage or any other free image hosting service, once uploaded share the address of the image

    Before : fps:31.0 score: 781 Min fps:20.7 Max fps:58.5
    After: fps:35.6 score:896 Min fps:18.2 Max fps:67.4
    Resolution:1920x1080
    AA:4x
    Quality:High
    Tessellation: Normal
    Unigine Heaven Benchmark
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  6. 5 fps on average? those are great results, perhaps you can try to push apart from core and ram now but i think you are close to the limit

    is it a noisy gpu now? as a mini gpu shouldn't be hot or noisy but since you are pushing it alot, perhaps is now?
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  7. atljsf said:
    5 fps on average? those are great results, perhaps you can try to push apart from core and ram now but i think you are close to the limit

    is it a noisy gpu now? as a mini gpu shouldn't be hot or noisy but since you are pushing it alot, perhaps is now?

    It isn't as noisy as I thought it will be. The fans are on about 49% while using the benchmark and the temp. is 62-65 °C.
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  8. perfect values, it can go up to 70°c without problems
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  9. I have the same Gigabyte card, base clock 1033 boost 1111.

    I use MSI Afterburner to overclock to Core +325 and benchmarked using Unigine Valley.

    How do I stress it? Just leave the Unigine Valley running for several hours? The benchmarking is quite fast, 18 tests.
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