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Driver Crashes vs Artifacts for Overclocking

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi! When I had my 290 and I was overclocking, I was having artifacts when pushing the clock too hard. With the 980ti i have rn, the driver crashes. Thing is I know people with 980tis who get artifacts when oc and people with 290(x) who get driver crashes and no artifacts. What makes a gpu to artifact when ocing and what makes another one crash the driver? (I personally liked the artifact type of gpus more as they are much more easier to spot. Crashing drivers are much harder to properly stabilize clocks) Also if you know an nvidia driver which is more stable than the others when overclocking (preferably one from 2019 if it exists).


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