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What clocks did those voltages net you two and how much of a performance increase, benchmarking and gaming performance if you dont mind me asking?
Oh and what are the chances of you igniting your card on fire (not litterally, temps really) and does playing with the voltages like that void MSI warranty? I'm not too sure but I think MSI had a decent warranty/rma procedure if your card ascends to hardware heaven, just wanted to make sure tongue.gif



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I'm sure MSI would void my warranty with all the stuff i've done to it. All testing with stock cooling and -10C Ambient
Edited by Stay Puft - 3/21/14 at 2:00am
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Hello guys!
My first post and yesterday I have joined the club.
eVGA Geforce GTX 760 SC 2gb ACX.

I am happy. I came from eVGA 650 Ti Boost 2gb SC (very nice card too).
I was doing some tests with OC and seems my card is bad for it, almost no room.
I started with +60 core and only +100 memory and my Heaven Bench crashed.
Am I doing something wrong guys?

PS: very newbie question... overclocking with evga precision, no mods, Am I voiding warranty? Or is it safe?
Edited by IronRush - 3/21/14 at 6:33am
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Hello guys!
My first post and yesterday I have joined the club.
eVGA Geforce GTX 760 SC 2gb ACX.

I am happy. I came from eVGA 650 Ti Boost 2gb SC (very nice card too).
I was doing some tests with OC and seems my card is bad for it, almost no room.
I started with +60 core and only +100 memory and my Heaven Bench crashed.
Am I doing something wrong guys?

PS: very newbie question... overclocking with evga precision, no mods, Am I voiding warranty? Or is it safe?

You won't void your warranty by overclocking. Have you tried increasing the voltage?

My cards max out at +50 on the clock and +500 on the memory
post #4944 of 6349
Yes no1...
I was testing here, right now, and I am little worried.
Yes... I am doing the overvoltage of 12mV.
My card seems to be on MAX, very max.
+55 core is the max without crash.
My memory can't handle overclock. Only +50 on memory, crash.

To be rock solid, the only way is +55 gpu and nothing on memory.
I dont like it. Superclocked from factory with almost no room?
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Can a gtx 760 oc reach gtx 770? im newbie to overclock biggrin.gif
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I was thinking here about my overclock problem...
Maybe my motherboard is protecting and blocking my GPU to go further.

I have 4 lines about it inside my bios.

- GFX voltage loadline calibration
- GFX current protection
- Dynamic GFX Core
- Legacy Benchmark Enhancement

Any tips guys?
Because if my card is on the limit, real one, I will return it to the store. I bought yesterday.
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I'm sure MSI would void my warranty with all the stuff i've done to it. All testing with stock cooling and -10C Ambient

Well Done Dude applaud.gif
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Yes no1...
I was testing here, right now, and I am little worried.
Yes... I am doing the overvoltage of 12mV.
My card seems to be on MAX, very max.
+55 core is the max without crash.
My memory can't handle overclock. Only +50 on memory, crash.

To be rock solid, the only way is +55 gpu and nothing on memory.
I dont like it. Superclocked from factory with almost no room?

I would try just overclocking the memory and leaving the core alone and see if it still crashes
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I would try just overclocking the memory and leaving the core alone and see if it still crashes

Doing more tests I discovered the problem was my gpu. I can't go more than +30. More than that, crashes my heaven bench.
Initial tests after discovered that, I could increase +300 on my memory.
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I got 35+ on core and 545+ on memory, thats pretty good for a memory overclock on a Gigabyte GTX 760 Windforce 3X OC I guess.
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