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Overclocks for a RTX 2060

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi All,

 

Quick question. I just purchased a GeForce RTX 2060 and have tried my first GPU overclock.

 

I used MSI Afterburner and followed some youtube videos on how to use the OC Scanner.

 

The Core Clock is now set to "Curve" and I set the memory clock to "+1000", and fan speed to auto. The power limit and temp limit were also set to max. And I did nothing to the core voltages.

 

So in BF5 I get nice frames, in the 70's for the most part at 1080p. I am running this on an i7 2600k @ stock (waiting on a Dark Rock Pro for CPU overclocking)

 

So my question is that ingame, BF5, I get 2020MHz on the GPU clock and 8002MHz on the Memory clock, all while staying under 70Degrees C. 

 

Does this sound ok to everyone? Have I stumbled into my first oc'ing gracefully?

 

Thanks for any and all advice.

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7 minutes ago, RoyceNZ said:

Hi All,

 

Quick question. I just purchased a GeForce RTX 2060 and have tried my first GPU overclock.

 

I used MSI Afterburner and followed some youtube videos on how to use the OC Scanner.

 

The Core Clock is now set to "Curve" and I set the memory clock to "+1000", and fan speed to auto. The power limit and temp limit were also set to max. And I did nothing to the core voltages.

 

So in BF5 I get nice frames, in the 70's for the most part at 1080p. I am running this on an i7 2600k @ stock (waiting on a Dark Rock Pro for CPU overclocking)

 

So my question is that ingame, BF5, I get 2020MHz on the GPU clock and 8002MHz on the Memory clock, all while staying under 70Degrees C. 

 

Does this sound ok to everyone? Have I stumbled into my first oc'ing gracefully?

 

Thanks for any and all advice.

Yes 1000Mhz is achievable and you did that.  The core at 2020 has a slight overclock.  Your not going to gain much from the core but the VRAM of 1000Mhz more will yield good results.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

Yes 1000Mhz is achievable and you did that.  The core at 2020 has a slight overclock.  Your not going to gain much from the core but the VRAM of 1000Mhz more will yield good results.

Thanks for the reply Turtle Rig

 

Would you suggest I push the Core higher? Even try manually setting the core? I've never done it manually before but dont mind learning.

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21 minutes ago, RoyceNZ said:

Thanks for the reply Turtle Rig

 

Would you suggest I push the Core higher? Even try manually setting the core? I've never done it manually before but dont mind learning.

Your not going to get much more and it is just not worth the extra heat thus fans spinning faster.... You gain most from the VRAM OC and you already took it pretty much to the max for that card.  Anymore and you might get instabilities.  The core I would be happy with 2050Mhz.  some people can get theirs to 2200Mhz but that 150Mhz extra does nothing compared to what hte VRAM OC does.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Turtle Rig said:

Your not going to get much more and it is just not worth the extra heat thus fans spinning faster.... You gain most from the VRAM OC and you already took it pretty much to the max for that card.  Anymore and you might get instabilities.  The core I would be happy with 2050Mhz.  some people can get theirs to 2200Mhz but that 150Mhz extra does nothing compared to what hte VRAM OC does.

Awesome reply man thanks, exactly what I was looking for.

 

Cheers Turtle

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