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How to Overclock GTX 770 SC w/ACX

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i have absolutely no idea how to do it so if anyone with a 770 would share theirs i would greatly appreciate it! smile.gif
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Download EVGA's Precision X, within the center section you will see GPU clock and Memory clock, you'll adjust those in conjunction with stress testing on something like Heaven and as long as you don't have any artifacts over an extended run you can adjust up accordingly. From what I understand of the 7 series thou they pretty much auto overclock by themselves anyways to the max when needed. Your max OC will depend on how much of a cherry card you have from EVGA thou.
    
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Your card should of come with Precision X software.......GPU Boost 2.0 is a neat feature but there is still plenty of OC headroom on the 7 series cards. GPU boost would ramp up my 780 from 863 to 992. I was still able to increase my core clock by another 205mhz and the memory 160mhz. My advice is to see what other people have achieved with your card and start on the lower end of that spectrum. Then gradually bump your sliders up in 10mhz increments until you start to see artifacts or it crashes. Then back it down a bit and run some stress tests. Not sure if the same is true with the 770 but with my 780 I was able to achieve a higher core clock by backing down the memory speed.Be sure to keep an eye on your temps and report back!
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