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Thread: GTX 550 Ti 2GB Overclocking :D
06-12-12, 06:40 PM #1
GTX 550 Ti 2GB Overclocking :D
So i am overclocking my GTX 550 Ti
Been Playing Diablo 3 all night lastnight for about 6 hours and had no Downclocks or Crashes
Idle: My card Runs 25 Celsius with fan on 95
Max Temp: 68 Fan on 95
Shader: Stock you can use the shader clock in Precision X Do you guys think i should overlcock the Shader??
Been running good so far ran a half hour test before i started playing Diablo 3 get to play on High Graphics i have Frame Rate locked at 60 and it stays at 60!!! Sucess!
Also What should my Load be at!
Suggest any tuning i am new to Overclocking Mine card is a EVGA 550 Ti Super Clocked 2GB!
Last edited by Foopsz; 06-12-12 at 07:00 PM.
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06-18-12, 02:46 AM #6
i hate to break the bump bump chain. but what model 550 ti is it? asus? evga?CPU:AMD FX-8120
GPU: XFX Double-D AMD Radeon HD 6870
COOLING: cpu watercooled loop. 140.2
RAm: 8gb g.skill 1866 DDR3 snipers
HHD: 200gb Seagate
POWER: 1000w Rosewill
OS: Windows 7 home 64x
CD Drive: LG CD burner
CASE: Nzxt Tempest 410 ELITE
06-28-12, 03:12 AM #7
06-28-12, 06:32 AM #8
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I was able to overclock my 550Ti 1100Mhz on the core, I forget the Mem overclock. I linked the Shader and Core clock though. If memory serves me right, the jump from 1000 to 1100 only yielded 1-3 frames extra for me. Was not really viable for me.Intel i5 3570K @ 3.8Ghz stock cooling
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