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Asus gtx 1060 Dual OC clocks

I hit 1945mhz on boost clock and 9208mhz on my memory clock. Are these good and could i push it any further? My power limit is also 110%. Thanks.
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  1. Michael_313 said:
    I hit 1945mhz on boost clock and 9208mhz on my memory clock. Are these good and could i push it any further? My power limit is also 110%. Thanks.


    Well, it depends on what it can handle. Push it as much as your PC can handle it ( no crashes, or problems )
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    I run 1975mhz on the boost clock and 9808mhz on the memory clock but only on new games like DOOM, and Mafia 3. With +50 on voltage and power target at 116%. No crashes. Fan has to run at 70% to keep temps at 62-65 or it will crash at higher temps like 72-75.

    But on older games like shadow of mordor and batman origins i seem to get more crashes randomly in game play. So i back it down to 1935mhz BC and 9508mhz on MC with other setting the same as above.

    My advice to you is raise your power target to the max 116% to allow GPU to pull that power extra power if needed. try 50 on voltage and increase fan speed if u haven't tried this already.

    i5 6500 NO/OC
    GTX 1060 Dual 3GB
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