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Game stutters after OC

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So I overclocked my GT 610 to 970 core(810 default) and 670 mem(535 default) and I run heaven for 40 minutes and it didnt crash. I played csgo yesterday and today just fine, but my last match I had some stutters , 2 seconds each.

What should I do? is it the OC? should lower the core or mem? or both?

I appreciate it if you could help me! thanks!
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  1. overclocking using msi afterburner?

    how is the cpu load?

    that game and that gpu, bad combination, you need at least a gt 730, that 610 is more to watch bluray movies and burn it with overclocking like you are doing now
  2. atljsf said:
    overclocking using msi afterburner?

    how is the cpu load?

    that game and that gpu, bad combination, you need at least a gt 730, that 610 is more to watch bluray movies and burn it with overclocking like you are doing now


    The load is like 95 and I used msi afterburner indeed. the game runs fine like 70 fps and my temps are under 70°c. I know its a bad combination, but I really want to play games and I dont have money atm (searching for a job). But what sgould I do? lower core, mem or both?
  3. don't overclock it that much, i would touch both core and mem in small bumps and confirm with benchmarks and games, small changes to find the stable spot, i would push 20 mhz each attempt, any value lower thna what you have now, especially on core

    is it a fanless model?

    anyway, the definitive solution is medium settings at 1600x900 more or less and that is asking alot for this card, is not a gaming gpu so be patient with it
  4. atljsf said:
    don't overclock it that much, i would touch both core and mem in small bumps and confirm with benchmarks and games, small changes to find the stable spot, i would push 20 mhz each attempt, any value lower thna what you have now, especially on core

    is it a fanless model?

    anyway, the definitive solution is medium settings at 1600x900 more or less and that is asking alot for this card, is not a gaming gpu so be patient with it


    So I should overclock it again from scratch? why would that help? I dit it in bumps of 20 and It has a fan yes its from palit 2gb version. Thanks for helping me out, but isnt there another solutions?
  5. atljsf said:
    don't overclock it that much, i would touch both core and mem in small bumps and confirm with benchmarks and games, small changes to find the stable spot, i would push 20 mhz each attempt, any value lower thna what you have now, especially on core

    is it a fanless model?

    anyway, the definitive solution is medium settings at 1600x900 more or less and that is asking alot for this card, is not a gaming gpu so be patient with it


    I just lowert both core and mem by 5 mhz and no stuttering. Is it stable now? how can my gpu not be stable after I run heaven for 40 min withouts crashing? Is it not jsut something else? I am so confused..
  6. Best answer
    the stability of a overclocked card is determined by no artifacts, no defects on image, no weird stuttering, no weird colors and no sudden crashes or restarts form the gpu or the pc itself

    if you manage to make it work for hours without crashes, issues, no temperature problems i think you can say it is a stable overclock

    remember that overcloking a gpu is a temporary setting, if you overclocked it yeaterday, the settings vanish when you restart unless you use msi afterburner and tell it to remember the settings on a profile and apply those settings on system start

    overclocking is a software order telling a part to do a specific change to obtain a bit more performance from it

    if the order you give is bad, the part doesn't like it and you see bad results or a suden crash, you give it another with different values untill you find the right one

    that is why you try multiple values and see how it responds, small bumps in speed on gpu core and ram will let you know precisely where to stop overcloking, when is stable and doesn't get too hot
  7. atljsf said:
    the stability of a overclocked card is determined by no artifacts, no defects on image, no weird stuttering, no weird colors and no sudden crashes or restarts form the gpu or the pc itself

    if you manage to make it work for hours without crashes, issues, no temperature problems i think you can say it is a stable overclock

    remember that overcloking a gpu is a temporary setting, if you overclocked it yeaterday, the settings vanish when you restart unless you use msi afterburner and tell it to remember the settings on a profile and apply those settings on system start

    overclocking is a software order telling a part to do a specific change to obtain a bit more performance from it

    if the order you give is bad, the part doesn't like it and you see bad results or a suden crash, you give it another with different values untill you find the right one

    that is why you try multiple values and see how it responds, small bumps in speed on gpu core and ram will let you know precisely where to stop overcloking, when is stable and doesn't get too hot


    Thanks alot for helping! I got it stable and no stuttering! great :) temps are also great at a solid max 70°c while on load.
  8. great

    how good are the improvements, before overclock and after?
  9. atljsf said:
    great

    how good are the improvements, before overclock and after?


    about 7 to 10fps more
  10. great results
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