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Old 07-09-14, 02:05 PM
Eldast4Thech Eldast4Thech is offline
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Exclamation MSI GeForce GTX 760 OC [OVERCLOCKING INFO]

Hi mates. I have a MSI GeForce GTZ 760 OC GPU. It's mounted in an HP desktop. The coolink system is stock. I've overclocked it with MSI Afterburner software. I put the core voltage on +2, the core clock on +44 and the memory clock on +42. With an atmosphere temperature of 30-32° C I reached the GPU temperature of 91° C. Is is a good value? Is is safe for the GPU?

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Old 08-09-14, 02:29 PM
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Have you tested first without voltage being added? Usually there is some core clock headroom without needing to increase the volts (and temps).
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Old 14-09-14, 12:15 PM
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91*C is pretty nigh. I don't feel comfortable with my 760 twin Frozr going over 70*C. I'll be getting a Kraken bracket in the near future to bring the temp down... I may be wrong here, but I thought the nVidia GPU boost would enable the chip to reach higher clock speeds as long as the GPU was cooled sufficiently? Possibly worth looking into that and you can get a Kraken and a Corsair H55 for around £75. That will help you out no end.

But I agree with the above post, there are a few other little things you can do with the settings to increase performance on the card without having to add anymore juice to the chip.
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Old 14-09-14, 04:26 PM
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my 780 sits at 80'C no problem, not fussed at all
but yeah 90+ ill be wary of.
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