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Intel HD 3000 Overclocking

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Neuromancer, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. Neuromancer

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    Hey guys,

    New to intel IGPs as I have avoided them like the plague previous to this. So intend to play with both a 2600 and a 2600K (yes I know 6/12EU) but had some questions incase anyone has done this before.

    Playing around with the 2600K at the minute, and 27 multi I belive is 1350 MHz. I do not know how to verify this as GPUZ reports all zeroes. (Maybe I need older version?)

    What I would like to know is safe and extreme voltages to use.

    Stock appears to be .44v? I also read that VccSA might need increasing when OCing the IGP.

    Any tips or must read links appreciated.
     
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    Use GPU tab of CPU-Z.
     
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    I will thank you once I have tested it. No comment on voltages?
     
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    haven't played with mine yet.
    i don't know how to find the max stable clocks with it. or how to detect instability.
     
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    You use your virtu driver yet? would love your input..
     
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    of course i use virtu. but i don't know if it makes the video card slower.
     
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