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1050Ti Normal/OC Clock

GPU boost will automatically set clock speeds very high. Pascal cards will usually cap out close to 1900/2000 with some real good cards hitting 2100, or close to 2200 if you're super lucky.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

What are normal, regular, non OC Clocks supposed to be like for a 1050Ti? I looked up my card, the FTW DT, and it says base is 1290 and boost is 1392 but without setting an OC the OSD says it was in the 1700's and my highest successful OC claims 1873. Is it normal to see these kind of numbers? 

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GPU boost will automatically set clock speeds very high. Pascal cards will usually cap out close to 1900/2000 with some real good cards hitting 2100, or close to 2200 if you're super lucky.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Fasauceome said:

GPU boost will automatically set clock speeds very high. Pascal cards will usually cap out close to 1900/2000 with some real good cards hitting 2100, or close to 2200 if you're super lucky.

Thank you. I needed some confirmation because the advertised clocks on the EVGA site were lower, as I listed.

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