Originally Posted by Fireblast
Hi guys, I have a question. I have a Gigabyte GTX 760 OC 2GB. I found my max core overclock using Furmark at 1293MHz (effective), however in Unigine Heaven it's only stable at 1267MHz (effective).
That's fine and all. My question is, I'm hitting about 1975MHz stable on the memory overclock (7900MHz effective). That seems ridiculously high to me!
Is it really safe to run my memory at this high of a frequency? Wouldn't this cause it to draw more power and generate more heat? As you know, there's no temp diode on the memory chips...
I just want to know if this is safe, if such a high frequency really can damage the memory.
Thats better then mine Asus DCU 2 OC.
Mine GPU will only take 1102 MHz (+30 MHz over stock OC) on boost and DDR can go up to 1750 MHz...although I can run Unigine Heaven with Asus GPU Tweak max on GPU OC, that is 1400+ MHz on GPU...Assassin Creed 4 (game I play) crashes on anything higher then 1102 MHz.
All in all GPU OC is close to none.
On higher voltage 1.212v it crashes even on 1102 MHz GPU boost clock, but on stock 1.200v it is stable...I know, pure nonsense but still true???Edited by Nedooo - 4/2/14 at 8:28am