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NightBizzare

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  1. NightBizzare

    Overclocking reduce life span?

    Thanks guys this really helped me. Im gonna try to get those extra fps.
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    Overclocking reduce life span?

    Here is a picture of my settings while playing fortnite on low settings So these settings are completly fine? Cause im kinda on a budget and dont wanna buy another gpu cause of a bad oc xd
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    Overclocking reduce life span?

    So was my settings ok or were they borderline bad for my gpu? And should i have my fan speed on 80% 24/7
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    Overclocking reduce life span?

    Hello im new to overclocking so i dont know a lot. What about overclocking is reducing the life span of a graphics card? Is it the higher power limit? Higer core/memory clock? Higher core voltage? Can someone explain to me please. Cause im not sure if i should overclock my asus dual 1060 3gb. i have tried and i got 140+ on the core and 360 on memory, and power limit to 116.And i has worked perfectly fine under stress. I have now removed those settings cause i've read that overclocking reduces the life span of a GPU.
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    XMP Yes or No?

    Okay guys thanks for all the help. I really appreciate the help. Now i know its safe to enable XMP Thanks!
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    XMP Yes or No?

    So XMP wont damage any other components?
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    XMP Yes or No?

    So its changing DRAM voltage only nothing else that could damage my other components? Cuz when i tested XMP my cpu definatly got hotter compared to before.
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    XMP Yes or No?

    So im wondering if i should enable XMP or not. From what i've read people say its good but can shorten the life-span of cpu and ram. And some say XMP is bad and that its minimal boost. But i've seen that their voltage is around 1.20V-1.50V at max. But when i enabled it it was 1.65V and temperature rising to 60+. Could this voltage damage my components? Im not sure but i think my RAM is capped at 667 not sure.
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