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Is this overclock fine?

Madskills15655
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I have a gtx 1080 ti and I've had this oc for about a month now I've never had over heating issues i usually get a temp of 78°c. this is the max i can go if i go more for memory i'll get artifacts and for the core if i try anymore it sometimes crashes.

 

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EDIT: i made a less aggressive oc and for some reason voltage barely effects my preformance is this much safer and would my gtx 1080 ti last for awhile 742364753_Screenshot(7).png.b4f4828013214a13d1a76debc3c0a465.png

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1 minute ago, Madskills15655 said:

I have a gtx 1080 ti and I've had this oc for about a month now I've never had over heating issues i usually get a temp of 78°c. this is the max i can go if i go more for memory i'll get artifacts and for the core if i try anymore it sometimes crashes.

 

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That is very aggressive and if you just got it it will die in like a year. Either way that is very aggressive and I wouldn't recommend that OC whether u can cool it or not.

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5 minutes ago, Madskills15655 said:

I have a gtx 1080 ti and I've had this oc for about a month now I've never had over heating issues i usually get a temp of 78°c. this is the max i can go if i go more for memory i'll get artifacts and for the core if i try anymore it sometimes crashes.

 

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Mine isnt even that high, Take the memory oc back and turn down the voltage man, Unless you got money all over you. 

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6 minutes ago, DotzHyper said:

That is very aggressive and if you just got it it will die in like a year. Either way that is very aggressive and I wouldn't recommend that OC whether u can cool it or not.

thanks for the advice i look for a less aggressive oc 

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2 minutes ago, Madskills15655 said:

thanks for the advice i look for a less aggressive oc 

Looks to be way too aggressive. 78 C is pretty damn high, on my 1070 FTW2 I have an extremely minor over volt, 500 Mhz boost on the memory and 126 on the core clock. I don't even hit 64 C, our cards are very different but my PC 0-11 is set up in an aesthetics over function format so the card is semi suffocated. Run some lower boosts and test it extensively in unigine heaven.

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