E6750 & gtx260

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by Schizoid, Nov 7, 2008.

  1. Schizoid

    Schizoid Member

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    ASUS HD7970 DirectCU II
    Managed to put my new rig together last night with my new power supply and it all works superb.

    So the first thing I done was OC the CPU and GPU.

    Under full load on Crysis my GPU though was reaching 95, now I don't have a good cooling case, will my GPU crap out on my at that temperature baring mind that I don't game for hours on end?

    Managed to get my E6750 up to 3.7Ghz and my GTX260 to 650 GPU.


    Cheers
     
  2. flyinfinn2

    flyinfinn2 Member Guru

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    3.7 on the E6750?? wow, mine is at 3.4 1.32Vcore, if i go higher i get crashes, maybe my psu cant handle the hole system with too much OC.

    But great OC have you got there!:thumbup:
     
  3. kgb_m3

    kgb_m3 Master Guru

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    2 EVGA 260gtx 216 SSC SLi
    I had my 260 overclocked with evga precision tool to 702/1404/1200, set the fan to 100% when you're gaming and it stays around mid 45 to high 50s full load for hours. 95 is pretty close to shut off temp, I believe shut off is around 105 or 110. Electronics and heat don't mix too well so the lest heat obviously the better, 95 is too much and it's also heating up your motherboard, cpu, and all around case air temp. Try the fan on full and see what happens, also you should push over 650 with that card easily, most 260s will do 700 no problem.
     

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