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How far can you push a 780 Ti?

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I'm scared to go past 1186mhz
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This makes 0 sense... First of all there's nothing scary about pushing an over clock on a voltage locked card as long as your keeping temperatures in check. You must be new to overclocking? If you push it past its stable state, when benchmarking and testing for stability you will likely have a driver crash or artifacts. Then just reduce your clocks to a stable limit.
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You could overclock to your heart's content lol. The worst that could happen is just driver/PC crash. I used to overclock my GTX570 in the past, but I set it back to stock clocks cause I didn't want to deal with higher temps (I have OCD when it comes to high temps on graphics cards lol). Just make sure that you overclock in increments. for every 50 MHz's or so, raise the voltage a tad, to the next level. Make sure to overclock the memory too a bit. If your graphics card overheats, then lower it. If you see any forms of articacts (black pixels, black lines, flickering, etc) while you benchmark, that means you went too high on one of the things you overclocked.
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I've heard pushing to high on voltages can damage the card, and this isn't my first time, just something I've heard a lot
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Well, obviously u're not gonna go to 2 MVs lol... as high as 1.5 should be the safe zone. I think the 780 runs at around 1.0, so until 1.5 should be safe. I went with my 570 all the way to 1.3V and I overclocked it by 100 MHz or so, but I didn't want to go higher. Super Clocked versions of graphics cards have the voltage set to 1.75 sometimes. One of my friend's SuperClocked GTX460 was at 1.8V
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i run mine at 1300mhz no issues thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by BC1096 View Post

I've heard pushing to high on voltages can damage the card, and this isn't my first time, just something I've heard a lot

The 780 Ti will do a maximum of 1.212v with a modded bios.

Not enough to do any harm.
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