Though the thing I don't like about it is how it remains at those speeds while in "gaming mode" even when I'm not gaming, not to mention certain browser error/crashes when I switch from that to "silent mode."
So I'm just wondering, is it safe to just increase the core clock through a program like PrecisionX to match the "OC mode" of 1137MHz without much testing? I think my GPU out of the box came with a little OC, from reference 1046MHz to 1059MHz.
And I guess the app doesn't boost the memory clock as well right, so manual testing/monitoring should be done for that?
So do you still commonly use programs like Afterburner/PrecisionX or only have the app running at "OC mode" throughout your session? Do you like how the app in OC or gaming mode remains at those core speeds even when nothing's running but the desktop?
Ya I just don't want to have to switch modes and cause some things to crash all the time (screen goes grey in chrome). So I want to just adjust the GPU clock offset in precisionX so that my current speed of 1059MHz is increased to 1198MHz, which is the boost clock for "OC mode."
Do you think that increasing the core by so much at one time is safe? Or should I still go slow and steady.
I see that you have your 770 at 1256MHz. Is that the boost clock? Did it take you a long time to find that speed?