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Have i hit silicon lottery with my gtx 1060 3gb

so i dont normally look at thermals or clock speeds but with my asus gtx 1060 dual 3gb, i now went to go overclock it in cam with the following settings a 10% increase in power limit, 200mhz offset in core clock speed, and also a 200mhz offset on the memory clock. i ran unigine heaven for 20 minutes on these settings and it was running at a stable 2100mhz core clock 4200mhz on the memory and the temps were at 72c, the fans were at 65%. I feel i have hit silicon lottery to the max but correct me if im wrong, and correct me if im actually damaging my gpu. Thanks!

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  1. Thats actually a better oc for gtx 1060 .Most cards dont even hit 2050mhz stable.Set the fan to 85% for better temps .It won't damage the card .
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    jack4404 said:
    so i dont normally look at thermals or clock speeds but with my asus gtx 1060 dual 3gb, i now went to go overclock it in cam with the following settings a 10% increase in power limit, 200mhz offset in core clock speed, and also a 200mhz offset on the memory clock. i ran unigine heaven for 20 minutes on these settings and it was running at a stable 2100mhz core clock 4200mhz on the memory and the temps were at 72c, the fans were at 65%. I feel i have hit silicon lottery to the max but correct me if im wrong, and correct me if im actually damaging my gpu. Thanks!

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    2100 is decent, but not a world beater. You got a decent card.

    No, you won't hurt anything by overclocking your GPU. There's nothing int he stock bios that will allow you to hurt it. Just make sure you keep it as cool as possible, with a custom fan curve.
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