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Hey wahts up guys im new to over clocking.... and had a few questions

i have a asus nvidia engtx550 ti dc

with current settings vcore 1.125 engine 910 and mem 4101

card runs games like starcraft 2 and WoW on ultra no problem

however there are some areas in WoW where the fps will get down to like 30 FPS so i wanna see if a slight OC could help out with that

with current settings gpu temp never gets above 65*C

It looks like OCing the card is fairly simple with the three sliders provided

My only issue is I dont know the constraints to set them with...

from the factory
vcore 1.125 with a max of 1.187
engine 910 with a max of 1310
Memory 4104 with a max of 4704

so for example if i wanted to bump the engine up to 1200 what do i needa bump Memory and voltage up to?

thanks so much guys any help would be great
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Fill in your system specifications here:
http://www.overclock.net/specs.php?do=addsystem

I doubt you will obtain even 1100MHz Core Clock(Engine) on your card. It may be possible to get to around 1000 Core, if you max out your voltage.
    
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bump system specs are up
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