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So ive overclocked my gtx 1050ti and in some games for example league of legend the display driver crashes completely, but if I rin uniheaven benchmark it works flawlessly, i have 2 diffrent oc profiles in msi afterburner, one profile is the highest oc ive gotten and the other one is the one i usualy use for r6,ring of elysium etc, in league of legends i cannot use any of them. 888629569_SemTtulo.png.bd483a3e5cd69a361ddce12c5baab8ff.png

This is the max oc ive gotten.

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And this is the one i use more often.

 

And also, my card does not exceed 60ºc with the max oc possible so thermals arent a issue

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1 minute ago, diogo_the_man said:

oc 

Stop doing this, then card doesn't crash...

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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Just now, Radium_Angel said:

Stop doing this, then card doesn't crash...

The thing is the card doesn't crash in all the games. And in certain games, I want more steady fps.

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Just now, diogo_the_man said:

The thing is the card doesn't crash in all the games. And in certain games, I want more steady fps.

If the GFX driver crashes with an OC, then the OC isn't stable, or the GFX card can't handle what you've done to it.

Turn off the OC or tone it down until you get no more crashes

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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4 minutes ago, diogo_the_man said:

The thing is the card doesn't crash in all the games. And in certain games, I want more steady fps.

the card clearly cant take the oc... so if you want more steady fps, you can upgrade to a better videocard.

 

but then again. maybe you're just unlucky to get that card. because im currently using a gtx 1050ti and i managed to increase the core clock +205 and increase the mem clock +1000. and i havent gotten a single crash yet.

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5 minutes ago, diogo_the_man said:

The thing is the card doesn't crash in all the games. And in certain games, I want more steady fps.

Well, after looking at your CPU, which is VERY old and out of date. I suggest saving up for a new build.

 

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6 minutes ago, diogo_the_man said:

The thing is the card doesn't crash in all the games. And in certain games, I want more steady fps.

 

That is just the way it is.

Some games don't like factory overclocks as well.

I overclock on some games but not others. 

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

Well, after looking at your CPU, which is VERY old and out of date. I suggest saving up for a new build.

 

OP has an FX 6300 for anyone who is asking.

yeah i know this it just a temporary system. im planning to upgrade to intel.when the prices are more reasonable.

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6 minutes ago, jones177 said:

 

That is just the way it is.

Some games don't like factory overclocks as well.

I overclock on some games but not others. 

 

 

 

 

Ok i wont oc on league. 

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8 minutes ago, Zenedge said:

the card clearly cant take the oc... so if you want more steady fps, you can upgrade to a better videocard.

 

but then again. maybe you're just unlucky to get that card. because im currently using a gtx 1050ti and i managed to increase the core clock +205 and increase the mem clock +1000. and i havent gotten a single crash yet.

Yeah i dont know what is wrong. maybe i didnt get the gpu lottery :( 

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16 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

If the GFX driver crashes with an OC, then the OC isn't stable, or the GFX card can't handle what you've done to it.

Turn off the OC or tone it down until you get no more crashes

Ok I've toned the oc down a bit I'm gonna test it now.Also I gave the core more voltage for a weaker oc (and also the temps max temp was from the benchmark)

 

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2 minutes ago, diogo_the_man said:

I've toned the oc down a bit

There's a real thing called "the silicon lottery" that states that not all GPUs/CPUs are created equal and some take to OCing better than others. You might not have gotten a good OC card, so you'll have to tinker with the OC until you find the right combination of speed and stability.

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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11 hours ago, Radium_Angel said:

There's a real thing called "the silicon lottery" that states that not all GPUs/CPUs are created equal and some take to OCing better than others. You might not have gotten a good OC card, so you'll have to tinker with the OC until you find the right combination of speed and stability.

Ok. my current (stable as far as I know) is +100mhz on core and 300 on memory, and it reaches 1873mhz on core and on memory 3803mhz, and it only got to around 50ish degrees Celsius. I don't know what is the usual oc values for it but I'm ok with these numbers

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Set up profiles per game. Only work around all that.

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8 hours ago, diogo_the_man said:

Ok. my current (stable as far as I know) is +100mhz on core and 300 on memory, and it reaches 1873mhz on core and on memory 3803mhz, and it only got to around 50ish degrees Celsius. I don't know what is the usual oc values for it but I'm ok with these numbers

So far, so good. See how it handles under load

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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20 hours ago, diogo_the_man said:

So ive overclocked my gtx 1050ti and in some games for example league of legend the display driver crashes completely, but if I rin uniheaven benchmark it works flawlessly, i have 2 diffrent oc profiles in msi afterburner, one profile is the highest oc ive gotten and the other one is the one i usualy use for r6,ring of elysium etc, in league of legends i cannot use any of them. 888629569_SemTtulo.png.bd483a3e5cd69a361ddce12c5baab8ff.png

This is the max oc ive gotten.

725365395_SemTtulo.png.002159a8ea48b3599c66d2812cfcca77.png

And this is the one i use more often.

 

And also, my card does not exceed 60ºc with the max oc possible so thermals arent a issue

Different game engines can not play nice with your OC.

 

I need to remove my oc on my 980m to play facry 5 stable .

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22 hours ago, diogo_the_man said:

Ok I've toned the oc down a bit I'm gonna test it now.Also I gave the core more voltage for a weaker oc (and also the temps max temp was from the benchmark)

 

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Try with 10-15 + voltage. Then add +500 (a total of 500) to the memory oc. Keep core at +130. If you haven't already ramp your fan speed up. Try that. I've noticed fails with higher than 15% voltage increase. 

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All watercooled

 

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1 hour ago, Lonehelljumper said:

Try with 10-15 + voltage. Then add +500 (a total of 500) to the memory oc. Keep core at +130. If you haven't already ramp your fan speed up. Try that. I've noticed fails with higher than 15% voltage increase. 

ok, it seems to have worked she didn't crash on heaven bench. and I think that it's outputting less heat than before(not that it was a problem). ill run some more benchmarks and report back.

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3 hours ago, Radium_Angel said:

So far, so good. See how it handles under load

 

for now no problems yet. I'm gonna try 3dmark fire strike for my load

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Awesome man. 

My rig

Asus maximus z390

I9 9900k @ 5.1 Ghz 24/7 (5.4 Ghz benching) 

Evga RTX 2080 ti xc ultra 

32GB Gskill trident z 3866 Mhz

800 watt evga gold psu

All watercooled

 

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1 hour ago, Lonehelljumper said:

Awesome man. 

Ok I'm happy to report that it didn't crash on any of the tests of 3d mark, it reaches a max of 55ºc under full load.Thanks for all the help guys :)

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