Hello TOM's HARDWARE!!!!!!!! I'm a big fan of all the geniuses in here, so I joined. Now this is my first thread and I hope it will solve my problem:
I have a Asus ENGTS450/DI/1gd5 which is factory overclocked to 810mhz. I have an Asus P5SD2VM and Core 2 duo E7200. (I know they are a bit old.) Now I want to overclock my gpu to 850 mhz or higher. Is it safe for 850? or up to how much higher would it be safe to overclock? And yes do I have to increase the shader/vcore or memory too? Please give me some suggestions with mhz number.
With Respect to the Tom's Hardware Team,
Core Clock = Accurately 1Ghz(1000 Mhz)
Memory Clock = Accurately 1Ghz(1000 Mhz)
Shader Clock = Accurately 2Ghz(2000 Mhz)
Voltage = 1.112V (Vcore)
I've run stress tests, but no artefacts or any other mess. Temperature is 35-36-38 degrees Celsius. All stock coolers at 100% speed. Does that mean it is stable?
It means it's *probably stable. You may still find a game or benchmark that causes a crash and requires you to back off the clock a little, but you are "stable enough" to go about using your rig. Time and many different uses will be the final stress test.
Memory and shader are at stock speeds
voltage is also stock. Temp: 2150rpm fan speed:34 degree Celsius(Stock cooler)
All stress tests passed. No artifacts or any other mess. STABLE! Thank you Z1only sir for your reply.