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overclock for my GTX 750 Ti from GIGABYTE

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IIRC, 750 Tis weren't too difficult to get a decent overclock out of. I think you have priority on the power limit, which is good, because I think it's physically impossible, short of altering the card, to take a 750 Ti to its max temp.

 

So here's the thing about overclocking the 750 Ti, if memory serves. The 750 Ti's overclocking capabilities varied from model to model more than damn near any other card. Some could reach for the moon with a supplemental PCI-E power connector, some were just low-binned bone stock priced like the premium models (looking at you, PNY, even if your card did serve me well for years). You might need to Google your model, or at least your OEM, for the best 750 Ti results. There is no single combination of settings that are more or less guaranteed to work.

 

...or you could experiment with it on your own, which is way more rewarding and fun.

 

I have a GTX 750 Ti 2Gb GPU and I want to overclock it, what are the values that work best with the GPU?

 

I have it like stock.

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IIRC, 750 Tis weren't too difficult to get a decent overclock out of. I think you have priority on the power limit, which is good, because I think it's physically impossible, short of altering the card, to take a 750 Ti to its max temp.

 

So here's the thing about overclocking the 750 Ti, if memory serves. The 750 Ti's overclocking capabilities varied from model to model more than damn near any other card. Some could reach for the moon with a supplemental PCI-E power connector, some were just low-binned bone stock priced like the premium models (looking at you, PNY, even if your card did serve me well for years). You might need to Google your model, or at least your OEM, for the best 750 Ti results. There is no single combination of settings that are more or less guaranteed to work.

 

...or you could experiment with it on your own, which is way more rewarding and fun.

I enjoy buying junk and sinking more money than it's worth into it to make it less junk.

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11 hours ago, aisle9 said:

IIRC, 750 Tis weren't too difficult to get a decent overclock out of. I think you have priority on the power limit, which is good, because I think it's physically impossible, short of altering the card, to take a 750 Ti to its max temp.

 

So here's the thing about overclocking the 750 Ti, if memory serves. The 750 Ti's overclocking capabilities varied from model to model more than damn near any other card. Some could reach for the moon with a supplemental PCI-E power connector, some were just low-binned bone stock priced like the premium models (looking at you, PNY, even if your card did serve me well for years). You might need to Google your model, or at least your OEM, for the best 750 Ti results. There is no single combination of settings that are more or less guaranteed to work.

 

...or you could experiment with it on your own, which is way more rewarding and fun.

Although with less FPS it is better to leave it that way, since I saw that with a slight overclock the graphics card does not run well in many games and has a lot of jerks

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