NVIDIA overclocking,tweaking and cooling....All info you need.

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by funkymonkey, Jan 5, 2004.

  1. WarrenCKC

    WarrenCKC Member

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    Hi, I don't have any problems playing games but when I launch Heaven Benchmarking 4.0, I suddenly get a black screen followed by an error message about my GPU. Any ideas?
     
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    nice guide but too outdated, this desperately needs an update.
     
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    its a driver's crash, hit Control Alt and Delete should get you back to desk top.
     
  4. moka pc laptop

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    no via bios....how else?
     

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    I think the last poster in this thread died of old age.
     
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    Hello,

    I just installed the Accelero IV and would like to try out overclocking for the first time - never have done this with anything before. The first page recommends rivatuner but I can't seem to find it. Is there something newer I should be using? I'm running Win 10 and have a 980TI and have the stock NVidia drivers from NVidia direct.
     
  7. fantaskarsef

    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    As the first page is 12 years old, I guess it's not that up to date in each detail anymore :)

    You could start with MSI Afterburner, or whichever software PNY might have for their own graphics cards.
     
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    Thanks - I ended up Asus GPU tweak. I'm not sure if it matters. I was able to get about an 11% gain in performance with OC. After that it became unstable.
     
  9. No1True

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    That guide lasted for a decade... update the guide so it can continue to be useful for another decade +1
     
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    Neu install Haven ?
     
  13. Krasus

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    I have small question, I currently have Msi Gtx 1060 Armor 6gb and overclocked it with Msi afterburner. I am able to reach +176 core and +800 memory, tested with valley benchmark and time spy, firestrike(3dmark) It seems stable.

    But in this review, the author also increases the voltage by %100 and uses lower values than me: -he has the same card-
    http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/msi_geforce_gtx_1060_6gt_oc_review,25.html

    So, do I need to increase the voltage as well or leaving it untouched(locked in afterburner) causes unstability?(since I overclocked higher than the article without increasing voltage) I also tested with Bf 1 and it seems fine. Just wondering the logic behind it.
     
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    that is a great post. thanks
     

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