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Would it be possible for you to provide more information about your system? So, we can have more background information about your system. 

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Just now, ammar_code said:

Would it be possible for you to provide more information about your system? So, we can have more background information about your system. 

yes 

a core i7 2600 17gb 1333mhz ddr3 ram

 

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2 minutes ago, Dancam38 said:

yes 

a core i7 2600 17gb 1333mhz ddr3 ram

 

16gb ram

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9 minutes ago, Dancam38 said:

what is the best overclock settings for a gt 620

The best oc settings for this card is whatever you manage to get it stable. Every card will oc differently so can’t give you exact numbers, you have to try it yourself.


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Just now, Whiro said:

The best oc settings for this card is whatever you manage to get it stable. Every card will oc differently so can’t give you exact numbers, you have to try it yourself.

is it a bad idea to crank the settings up

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Just now, Dancam38 said:

is it a bad idea to crank the settings up

No it’s not. Use Msi Afterburner and just slowly increase clock speed until is not stable anymore, same with the memory. Free extra fps , always worth it imo 


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Well is the card passively cooled or does it have a fan on it?

 

If passive you are going to want to point a case fan at it for some active cooling, or you’ll very likely end up with worse performance because of it throttling back, or it completely cooking itself. I’ve cooked one passive card because of it overheating before so I always suggest some kind of airflow on the card. 


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53 minutes ago, Dancam38 said:

is it a bad idea to crank the settings up

No if your using a stock bios. if it is unstable it will just have a driver crash or artifacts. The best overclock is the highest one you can manage to get stable with keeping good temperatures. I also highly recommend MSI Afterburner   

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