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One day i decided to OC my old club3d 9550 so first i went from 250/200 to 300/205, then to 350/210...pressed on to 400/215(no voltage changed) and now i had a though, if there is no limit to it. Just want to know when to stop so that i wont break it.
P.S. Memory is definatly walled and artifacts when pushed, but the gpu is like a bottomless hole of OC.
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One day i decided to OC my old club3d 9550 so first i went from 250/200 to 300/205, then to 350/210...pressed on to 400/215(no voltage changed) and now i had a though, if there is no limit to it. Just want to know when to stop so that i wont break it.
P.S. Memory is definatly walled and artifacts when pushed, but the gpu is like a bottomless hole of OC.
Just keep your temps within safe tolerances.
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Just keep your temps within safe tolerances.
yeah...well....the old 9550 didn't have a temp sensor, so a when i started clocking i stuck a very powerfull fan on to the heatsink. i'm not sure if the temps go over 50c with that.
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