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EVGA precision help

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March 16, 2010 8:05:43 AM

Hi I'm using a GTX260

and I need help on overclocking

In my precision, it says

core clock = 576 over 925.. 925 = Max
Shader clock = 1242 (locked with CoreClock)

Memory Clock = 999 over 1600. 1600 = (max)

Fan speed (well always on 100)

I'm afraid that if I overlock it to much it might overheat.

When I'm playing Bad company 2 in 1920x1080 resolution with Medium quality and I'm getting a 78ºC on my GPU temp and 46ºC when Idle (depends on the weather's temperature, we don't use AC :( 



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a c 130 U Graphics card
March 16, 2010 10:56:36 AM

Yeah, any noticable overclock on your part will at least increase temps by ~5-8c, and with you hitting 85c on that already, you're in the danger-zone.

You could try to get an HD5850, which will play BC2 just fine. Alternatively, just lower your resolution. Killing your card is the worst thing.
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March 16, 2010 3:13:00 PM

With that card you don't really need to OC that much to play that game or most games for that matter.
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March 16, 2010 3:28:59 PM

If u leave the fan speed at 100% then it can shortened the lifespan of your card...
As shadow said before, lowering your resolution will help a lot... :) 
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September 4, 2011 6:52:35 PM

Best answer selected by johnkx.
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