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I'm confused ( gpu oc'ing help)

Altruist
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So i've gotten into overclocking my gpu, using afterburner from msi.

And i was able to get an extra 200mhz on both the core clock and memory clock.

i used furmark to stress test and crashed on adding an extra 10 mhz to either memory or core clock.

but when i go into gta v or fornite, my game crashes when i enter a match ( battle bus )

or playing gta v for a couple minutes, why is this?

 

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I may be wrong.

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Add more voltage, and max out the power limit.

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The overclock isn’t stable

 

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1 minute ago, r2724r16 said:

Add more voltage, and max out the power limit.

Already done.

I may be wrong.

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Load types are not always the same, overclocks might be stable in furmark, but that doesn't mean that is is stable is every application

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Just now, peacefulpolarbear said:

The overclock isn’t stable

It doesnt crash on furmark, but does in some games.

I may be wrong.

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Just now, Altruist said:

 

It doesnt crash on furmark, but does in some games.

That still means the overclock is too high

 

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