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N760 GTX TF overclocking fail

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Hello! I own a MSI GTX 760 TF Gaming GPU and use GeForce 337.50 driver. The card stays under 60 degrees while gaming and at 145% Power Limit + an additional 12 mV. Unfortunately, overclocking the frequencies is quite confusing. From what I saw in many reviews and random opinions, this card can quite easily surpass 1250 mhz (real frequency under load) and even go a little over 1300 mhz. For what's worth, the overclocked frequency MSI has put for this card stock is 1202 MHz at 1.2v and 100% Power limit. If I give this card a Heaven Benchmark 4.0 run at 1228 MHz, 1.212v and 145% it crashes in under a minute. If I run it at 1215 MHz and same voltage and power limit it would probably crash in hours, but still not stable. So, is it really 1202 MHz the maximum frequency my GPU can run with even higher voltage and power limit, or is Heaven Benchmark not a good GPU overclock test? Here are some more numbers: I could probably run Furmark or Tomb Raider overnight at 1241 MHz and it wouldn't crash, but Assassin's Creed 4 crashed after some minutes of gameplay at 1228 mhz, therefore confusing me even more... I would raise the voltage if I could, but from what I recall I have a stock voltage regulator chip or something like that, so I can't go over +12mV with my knowledge so far. I would greatly appreciate some opinions, recommendations, anything. Thanks in advance thumb.gif
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Dunno where youve read that over 1300mhz is the norm for that card.

What is your cards keplar boost? Mine (670) at stock keplar boosts to 1293mhz, but it wont overclock much past stock.
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If by keplar boost you mean real frequency, then stock it's 1202 mhz as mentioned. Stock, in GPU-Z I see 1085 MHz GPU clock, 1150 MHz boost and real time measured frequency is 1202 MHz.
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