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Tesla c1060 overclocking

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January 8, 2010 5:17:44 AM

Hi, i need little but more juice from this card....but even at stock this malfunctions.....please advise how to overclock about 15-25% of the stock speed....its 1.5 i think.....

I need to run 4d rendering apps.....cant afford the new 2010 series....
January 8, 2010 6:02:05 AM

first > disable power mizer in the video options in preferences in your 4dapp.

secondly > increase the voltage .2+ of the pcie (dont increase more or you will burn it)

thirdly > there is an acceleration level in the display properties.....instead of application controlled....set to to manual.....easy as 1,2,3....15% increase and no artifacts but beware you need a good psu. as power ratings will surge to 230-240Watts combined with other stuff....

You are looking at a BIG case and 750watts supply with good amperage 50w +....
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February 9, 2010 8:00:18 PM

Hello to all, I just install new Tesla c1060 card inside my PC. I'm using 2x450W powr. I have one GeForce 250 + 1 Tesla inside. After driver instalation all was OK, but after fisrst restart Tesla card do not like to boot. The 6pin conector LED is Green, but 8pin conector LED is red. I was trying to use GeForce 2x6pin power to solve the problem but the 8pin conector is still red and the card do not like to boot. Is someone that can help with this ot any ideas regarding how to check tesla card for normal operation or it is damaged. 10x.
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December 4, 2011 8:24:16 PM

I've use Telsa c1060's and they only likes the 8 pin connector, Navida says it will run on both but it only really likes the 8 pin setup.

Lonnie
July 18, 2012 6:21:43 PM

Lonnie19602 said:
I've use Telsa c1060's and they only likes the 8 pin connector, Navida says it will run on both but it only really likes the 8 pin setup.

Lonnie

Hi there. Can you tell me what hardware configuration you have and what OS are you using?
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