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Im currently overclocking my gigabyte hd 6700 series GPu with MSI afterburner . can i know my GPu cannot be over what temp ?
And the temperature show different in my MSI kombustor and GPU-Z . which one is the true ?
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Im currently overclocking my gigabyte hd 6700 series GPu with MSI afterburner . can i know my GPu cannot be over what temp ?
And the temperature show different in my MSI kombustor and GPU-Z . which one is the true ?

for temperature monitoring using HWinfo32. it provides both GPU and VRM temps. the safe temps for GPU are below 70c. VRM temps below 90c.
And use apps like Heaven, 3D Mark 11, BF3 and Crysis 2 for stability testing. avoid furmark, kombustor etc.
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for temperature monitoring using HWinfo32. it provides both GPU and VRM temps. the safe temps for GPU are below 70c. VRM temps below 90c.
And use apps like Heaven, 3D Mark 11, BF3 and Crysis 2 for stability testing. avoid furmark, kombustor etc.
is it i just need to adjust core clock and memory clock in MSI afterburner ?
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