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Rate/Check my EVGA GTX 1060 3GB SC overclocking

hey guys,

after several attempts i added 140 mhz to the core speed now it reads 1747 mhz (1607mhz default) and added 100 mhz to memory clock and now it reads 2052 (default 2002mhz) and the boost clock is set to 1975 mhz (default 1835mhz). Power target and temp target are set to maximum
i did run furmark stress test for 6 mins and no crashes whatsoever and the temp reached 68 max.

i was using EVGA for overclocking and EVGA OC scanner for stress testing

these are the max values during stress test


how good did i do ? is what i did even worthy ? and can i push it further ?
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  1. What's your max boost speed your getting in gaming?

    For my 1060 I put in an offset of 120+mhz and 500+mhz on the memory and I get 2100mhz (max boost) and 4500mhz on the memory.
  2. it goes up to 2165 mhz max and then gets lowered to 2130ish. Now i noticed some random green or red colors that flickers for a second and disappears. i think i pushed it a little further and i need lower my clock values.
  3. TechyInAZ said:
    What's your max boost speed your getting in gaming?

    For my 1060 I put in an offset of 120+mhz and 500+mhz on the memory and I get 2100mhz (max boost) and 4500mhz on the memory.


    ive set my values like yours and the boost hits 2120 and after a while playing on max settings the boost comes down to 2088 mhz and doesnt move. its not worth the oc imo

    im i doing something wrong ?
  4. moking01 said:
    TechyInAZ said:
    What's your max boost speed your getting in gaming?

    For my 1060 I put in an offset of 120+mhz and 500+mhz on the memory and I get 2100mhz (max boost) and 4500mhz on the memory.


    ive set my values like yours and the boost hits 2120 and after a while playing on max settings the boost comes down to 2088 mhz and doesnt move. its not worth the oc imo

    im i doing something wrong ?




    Your doing perfectly fine. Not sure why you would think your doing something wrong.

    You'll have to increase voltage if you want to overclock higher. I can get to 2200mhz on max voltage, but that's way to much for 24/7 use.
  5. i think that cause im an oc beginner lol.
    GTA 5 on those settings runs like butter, but when i play LoL some thin lines (black and white) appears and disappears on the screen.
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    moking01 said:
    i think that cause im an oc beginner lol.
    GTA 5 on those settings runs like butter, but when i play LoL some thin lines (black and white) appears and disappears on the screen.


    Means your OC isn't stable enough. The best way to go about stress testing is to run either uningine heaven or valley, run those for 1-2 hours strait, if it doesn't freeze up your good to go. :)
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