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I finished the video: he was speaking very quickly, however I didn't detect any moment where he recommended reinstalling the driver.
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post #12 of 22
Thread Starter 
Noobie Questions:
What do I want high and what do I want low to make my GPU awesome.

I think its like this
High for:
-Core Clock
-Shader clock
-Memory Clock
Low for:
-Core Voltage
-Fan speed

What will wear down my GPU?
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post #13 of 22
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
I finished the video: he was speaking very quickly, however I didn't detect any moment where he recommended reinstalling the driver.
Its in his comment section / Video details thing.


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Thermal Throttling - An automatic unchangeable system where newer graphics cards will return itself to Standard 2D settings and lock itself there. If your GPU hangs, which it should when you hit the max Core Clock, go to the nVidia/ATI website and download and reinstall the lastest drivers for your graphics card.
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post #14 of 22
If you're raising your clocks, you'll have to increase your fan speed to keep temps in check. Heat is generally enemy no1 to PC hardware. Most people will recommend a 1:1 (temp to fan speed %) fan profile.

Overvolting may shorten the lifespan of your card, but there's no way to say by exactly how much...

Unless it's a 570 or a 590, then the lifespan is shortened by 100%
post #15 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by VisitorQ View Post
Its in his comment section / Video details thing.


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Thermal Throttling - An automatic unchangeable system where newer graphics cards will return itself to Standard 2D settings and lock itself there. If your GPU hangs, which it should when you hit the max Core Clock, go to the nVidia/ATI website and download and reinstall the lastest drivers for your graphics card.
Oh. heh. Then he really doesn't know what he's talking about.

All you really have to do with the GTX 560 is find the highest core clock while staying under whatever voltage people say to stay under while staying under the temperatures people say to stay under, and you're golden (I haven't learned yet what's safe and what's not in terms of the voltage and temps for the GTX 500 series).

His video is over a year old, and he's talking about overclocking a GTS 250.
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1:1 (temp to fan speed %) sooo 60 degrees would want to be 60% fan speed?
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post #17 of 22
Quote:
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1:1 (temp to fan speed %) sooo 60 degrees would want to be 60% fan speed?
Yup yup.
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I like to take a simpler approach with the fan speed: I use 100% when running a stress test, and about 60-70% when playing Crysis.
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GPU hung = 6990
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remember to reboot every time your driver crashes
@twocables hey i didn't know u play crysis. me too
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