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OC'ing Asus GTX 670 DCUII

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  1. Evolved

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    Been using MSI Afterburner and can't seem to get my GPU clock past 1035Mhz. I can reach around 1850Mhz on the memory, no problems!

    Right now, I've just increased the power limit to 122%. What can I do to allow me to go 1100Mhz on the GPU? Or even higher?

    Thanks!
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    Are you changing the boost clock?
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    The boost clock increases on its own, as I increase the actual GPU clock.
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    What are your clocks in game?

    If your base clock is now 1035Mhz* (+120 offset) that would make your boost clock north of 1200Mhz (assuming it is boosting similarly to my two - 1124Mhz boost).

    *Your opening post just mentions 1035Mhz as the "GPU clock" - what does this refer too, Boost or Base clock?
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    In Afterburner, my offset is +116 right now. I can't go any higher. The base clock is being increased.

    Base clock is at 1031Mhz. I can't recall what my Boost clock is. Not home at the moment.

    How can I go to at least +150? I see that you're at +175.
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    Evolved says thanks.

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