Overclocking FAQs Tags: Graphics Cards Overclocking Graphics Last response: November 24, 2012 2:56 AM in Graphics & Displays Share Sumukh_Bhagat a b U Graphics card November 24, 2012 2:52:47 AM Hey guys as you know I upgraded my computer and now I have 2 computers. And the old one has a 9400 GT in it. So wanted to know what if I overclock my old GPU to extreme to get some more performance, just for more fun? Idle Temp : 57 C Load Temp : 64 C (Not sure, suggest me something to know the temp while gaming) And till which temp my old card will perform good? I want to OC it until it's Load temp is anywhere around 75 C. (Is it okay to run a GPU at 75 C ?) More about : overclocking faqs Sumukh_Bhagat a b U Graphics card November 24, 2012 2:56:06 AM And also suggest me a good Software to OC Graphic Cards. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCPU heatsink FAQs Forum Could we just write a CPU overclocking FAQ? Forum Solved ups back up time duration FAQs Forum I've seen the FAQs, but nothing helps Forum SolvedStudying abroad, need help buying a laptop (w/ Laptop Buyers FAQ). Forum CrossFire FAQs Forum Nvidia geforce 9400 gt support faqs Forum Looking for a 15.6" gaming laptop, FAQs Forum SolvedGaming Laptop using FAQ Forum FAQs: How to ask for build advice, Buyer\'s Guides and Troubleshooting Forum FAQs: How to ask for build advice, Buyer\'s Guides and Troubleshooting Forum SolvedNewbie at overclocking. Forum Solvedoverclocking a core i5 2500k Forum SolvedDoes Intel Turbo Boost count as overclocking? Forum SolvedOverclocking gtx 770 Twin Frozr to gtx 770 Lightning sli configuration? Forum crossfire-faqs Forum SolvedOverclocking guides please Forum SolvedWhich Asus Z97 Motherboard for overclocking an i5 4690K? Forum Solvedoverclocking pentium question. Forum Solved780 Classified overclocking. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !