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Quote:
Originally Posted by ellisbodds;12149159 
I will give you pics, etc. later, just a really quick question:

Can I damage the card by running the memory too high? I was running it at 4400MHz just now, with 850 core and 1700 shader clocks. 1 volt.

It's stable in OCCT with no errors and maxed out at 68C, but of course that's the core temp, not the memory temp. So should I be worried at running it too fast in case I fry the memory chips?

You can indeed fry the RAM chips if they're run too high, however your Asus 1GB TOP, appears to use Samsung Memory, rated for the 1000Mhz they're actually run at.
Most run at frequencies lower than rated for, my Samsung Memory for example is rated for 1.8v 1300Mhz (GDDR3), however it's clocked at 1000Mhz on my card.

I found a review where your card had the RAM run at 1140Mhz (4560), so you should be okay. The review can be found Here
The previous best stable Memory OC was the Palit's Sonic Platinum at the clocks you're running at, 4400Mhz.
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Originally Posted by XtachiX;12149524 
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LOL@ Your poor 460 PhysX at the bottom, nice setup though mate. thumb.gif
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ellisbodds;12149159 
I will give you pics, etc. later, just a really quick question:

Can I damage the card by running the memory too high? I was running it at 4400MHz just now, with 850 core and 1700 shader clocks. 1 volt.

It's stable in OCCT with no errors and maxed out at 68C, but of course that's the core temp, not the memory temp. So should I be worried at running it too fast in case I fry the memory chips?

Thats fine, ive ran mine faster, no errors
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Quote:
Originally Posted by EvoBeardy;12150070 
You can indeed fry the RAM chips if they're run too high, however your Asus 1GB TOP, appears to use Samsung Memory, rated for the 1000Mhz they're actually run at.
Most run at frequencies lower than rated for, my Samsung Memory for example is rated for 1.8v 1300Mhz (GDDR3), however it's clocked at 1000Mhz on my card.

I found a review where your card had the RAM run at 1140Mhz (4560), so you should be okay. The review can be found Here
The previous best stable Memory OC was the Palit's Sonic Platinum at the clocks you're running at, 4400Mhz.

LOL@ Your poor 460 PhysX at the bottom, nice setup though mate. thumb.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by Roweyi7;12150135 
Thats fine, ive ran mine faster, no errors
I'm not running the TOP model though, do you know if that makes a difference?

2281MHz (had to beat that reviewed card, lol) is stable so far at 1087mV. That's with 900 core.

I also ran a Heaven Benchmark to compare different clocks:

850MHz core, 18700Mhz shader, 2000MHz memory:
Quote:
FPS:
29.6
Scores:
746
Min FPS:
2.6
Max FPS:
57.1

900MHz core, 1800MHz shader, 2200MHz memory:
Quote:
FPS:
32.1
Scores:
809
Min FPS:
12.5
Max FPS:
61.4
post #35 of 4095
Thread Starter 
black!ce@
It's great you have the validation image up but you have not posted any clocks? Please post a gpu-z screenshot, thankyou.

nukefission@
I'll let you off the hook and will accept a screenshot and username validation smile.gif

ellisbodds@
Your running at perfectly safe clocks and voltage. The GTX 460 can take 1.087v without trouble.

XtachiX@
Thankyou for the photo validation but I do require a gpu-z screenshot and posted clocks if you have carried out any overclocking.


List updated and have revised the validation rule. You can now post a screenshot with your name in wordpad or notepad. I do ask though that if you have a camera that a photo validation would be preffered.
Have noticed one or two people posting a photo validation without a gpu-z shot and clocks! Guyz, dont forget to post the gpu-z shot!

If anyone has any suggestions on how I could improve the club system then now is the time to put those thoughts across!

Peace everyone thumbsupsmiley.png:
post #36 of 4095
Quote:
Originally Posted by ellisbodds;12150190 
I'm not running the TOP model though, do you know if that makes a difference?

2281MHz (had to beat that reviewed card, lol) is stable so far at 1087mV. That's with 900 core.

I also ran a Heaven Benchmark to compare different clocks:

850MHz core, 18700Mhz shader, 2000MHz memory:


900MHz core, 1800MHz shader, 2200MHz memory:

dhd.png

ellisbodds if you can beat that score with your card, i will bow down to you supreme overclocker thumb.gif
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eek.gif, my best is this:

9pm7e.png

Also, I refuse to take my card out of my rig, just to join some club. No other clubs do this, that I'm aware of. There's no real way of getting a picture of it where my rig is at the moment. But if you don't add me to the list, I'll refuse to leave! Mwahahaha...

Here's the rest of the stuff though:

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Max clocks are 900 core, 1800 shader, 2200 memory, at 1062mV, but I'm working on bringing those up.
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I edited my 1st post green.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ellisbodds;12150586 
eek.gif, my best is this:

9pm7e.png
You could get it there, but you'd need a faster processor and balls to clock that card to oblivion! wink.gif

that was more like a suicide run for me, never do anything liek that again. Can't even remember what the clocks were confused.gif. They must have been stupidly high
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I think we all need to benchmark something like heaven or something, and everyone MUST run the same settings and we will post the leaderboards on the first page? do the same for other benchmarks?
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