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I have a gtx 770 Msi twin Froza, what's a safe overclock using afterburner?

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2 years ago#1
I can't seem to find any guides that outline exactly what to do. They all say to play around with rising temp for boost 2.0!

Obviously I'm ignorant to oc on a gpu, help please!
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Mythlogic-Pollux 1612, Clevo P150em, i7-3720QM, 2GB GTX 680m, 16g DDR3, 128 MSata drive, 750 7200rpm HDD
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2 years ago#2
Get precision X brah.
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2 years ago#3
Increase your target temperature, and your card will boost higher. If you think you can get more out of it, increase the clockspeed offset, and it may boost higher still, but may also become unstable.
Overclocking Kepler is super easy, since the card does most of it for you.
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2 years ago#4
So just overclock my top temp? What temp would be good? 85c? 90c?
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Mythlogic-Pollux 1612, Clevo P150em, i7-3720QM, 2GB GTX 680m, 16g DDR3, 128 MSata drive, 750 7200rpm HDD
PowerFAQs 1.10
2 years ago#5
However high you're comfortable with. Higher temperatures translate to shorter life expectancy of the card. Anything below 96 shouldn't result in a significant impact.
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Want that Shield!
Ball and Cup on ps mobile has framerate issues. -stargazer64
2 years ago#6
Use Precision X set temp target to 89c/104% power use +80 on GPU clock, +350 on mem clock as a starting point then just keep adding til you find the max you can keep stable.
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