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Ok, for some reason my 9500GT never goes beyond 50-60'
Is that a good heat for a GPU?
And also, I have many troubles overclocking, I can do like:
Memory: (Default 400) 550-600MHZ
Core Clock: (Default 800MHz) 900MHz
Shader: (Default 1350MHz) 1500-1600MHz
Are these good, I see that cards cant OC very well.
When I get above these clocks, the driver doent respond.
 

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seems like a decent OC, whats the fanspeed at? you might be able to lower your temps a smitch more,
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seems like a decent OC, whats the fanspeed at? you might be able to lower your temps a smitch more,
--Blackjack23

i think that card is good up to 80C.
 

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When it comes to heat, you're fine. Try the fan speed from 80% and lower is 5% every three seconds. Doing this will help you find a 'sweet spot'. A 'sweet spot' is a certain fan speed that gives you the best noise to cooling ratio. For my 9600GT, my sweet spot is 75%.
 

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Yea, you can overclock your CPU without a problem, and should give you a nice boost in Windows and in games.
 

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When it comes to heat, you're fine. Try the fan speed from 80% and lower is 5% every three seconds. Doing this will help you find a 'sweet spot'. A 'sweet spot' is a certain fan speed that gives you the best noise to cooling ratio. For my 9600GT, my sweet spot is 75%.


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Yea, you can overclock your CPU without a problem, and should give you a nice boost in Windows and in games.

Ok, will do. Ill get back as soon as im done
 
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