Overclocking without adding voltage Tags: Graphics Cards Overclocking Gtx GPUs Last response: August 11, 2012 12:16 PM in Overclocking Share krisom August 11, 2012 11:59:33 AM Hello, Overclocking my GTX 670 and I'm not about to put any voltage on it. By this I was wondering if it would do any damage to the GPU? More about : overclocking adding voltage Z1NONLY a b U Graphics card a b K Overclocking August 11, 2012 12:16:13 PM Stock-voltage overclocking is considered the "safest" way to OC. If you don't have too much voltage and/or too much heat, instability should be your only problem once you push too far. Once your card "crashes" or starts showing artifacts, just back off the speed by about 20mhz and you should be good. Make sure you watch your temps. It's unlikely that a stock-voltage OC will overheat your card, but more speed can create a little more heat, even without a voltage bump. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumOverclocked a Quadro to 3.3GHz without increasing voltage ? ForumDoes overclocking without changing voltage increase power consumption? ForumPhenomII X3 720BE, High- Voltage Overclocking , not stable for longterm? ForumChanging ram voltage without losing overclock . ForumHelp with overclocking and Vcore voltage ForumI7-970 overclocked to 4.2ghz without voltage change ForumOverclocking without voltage increase ForumOverclocking without raising voltage ForumWant to overclock AMD Phenom II X4 810 on stock voltage Forum"" Overclocking Failed"" Without Even Overclocking System ForumOverclocking q6600 without voltage change? ForumOverclocking without upping voltage ForumXFX Black Edition 7970 locked voltage ? ForumAMD 940 Voltage - Overclocking ForumHigh temps and voltages, without any overclocking ForumIncreasing CPU frequency without increasing voltage , temps? ForumCPU fan clicking? Forum[Solved] Overclocking Hd 7850 XFX Core Edition Forum[Solved] Overclocking Athlon II X4 640 ForumFun overclocking More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !