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  1. moonedyou

    is the zotax rtx 2060 vcore locked?

    where did you get the amp bios? i'd like to try that out and is it safe to do that?
  2. moonedyou

    is the zotax rtx 2060 vcore locked?

    yeah my card is pretty much the cheapest rtx 2060 on the market.
  3. moonedyou

    is the zotax rtx 2060 vcore locked?

    alright well.. i just ran a stress test while having the vcore to +100. I used the hwmonitor to see if there was any change in the voltage and the temps. There was no difference compared to stock, so i guess it is locked hey?
  4. moonedyou

    is the zotax rtx 2060 vcore locked?

    trying to overclock my core, but i need more voltage to get it stable. but it doesn't look like raising the vcore is doing anything at all.. thats why im curious to know if nvidia locked the vcore
  5. i have a rtx 2060 zotac twin fan, i was wondering if the vcore on these cards are locked? cuz i put the vcore to +100 it didn't do anything
  6. moonedyou

    bad video card?

    Thats okay since its still a fast card lol thanks for the help
  7. moonedyou

    bad video card?

    when i have it stock it workers perfectly fine, so most likely i just have a bad overclocker?
  8. moonedyou

    bad video card?

    Just tried doing the OC Scanner, it lasted about 10-15 mins before having the same behavior. What should i try next?
  9. moonedyou

    bad video card?

    damn it!
  10. moonedyou

    bad video card?

    just tried, it got to +140 core on a custom curve.
  11. moonedyou

    bad video card?

    Hi i'm trying to figure out whether i have a bricked card or just a bad silicon lottery card. Basically i can't get the core clock past +40 without getting weird things happen in gta 5 like blurry textures and random glitches/freezing, But the memory is totally stable at +1000???? I know the memory is stable because i had the clock at stock when i tested the memory and nothing crashed or anything. Is it maybe a driver issue or something? It's really frustrating.. The card is a rtx 2060 zotac twin. Any help is appreciated .
  12. I'm sorry if this is the wrong section, but my question is if damage can occur to hardware in my desktop if unplugged while on? i understand that there could be a possibility that files could be corrupted, but could hardware such as GPU, CPU MOBO, RAM or PSU could be damaged from this? its the first time its happened to me so i really don't know lol thanks.
  13. moonedyou

    Did i damage my cpu

    thought i could get away with it, but obviously not.
  14. moonedyou

    Did i damage my cpu

    I was kinda thinking it'd take much more time at that voltage/heat to start causing problems, but i wasn't to sure thats why i'm here lol and i'm just paranoid about it since the cpu is kind of expensive for me and i wouldn't be able to get another right away.
  15. moonedyou

    Did i damage my cpu

    I'm using a 212 evo and i just wanted to see if i could get 5ghz but the temps were to high obviously, so i reverted to stock clocks. i have no intention of doing it again, i just wanted to know if that brief voltage increase to 1.425v and 95c could've damaged the cpu in any way thats all.
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