Save Overclocking GPU

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Hi Folks,

after a short Outage (3 Weeks Holiday in Thailand) I've carry a third Nvidia Card
to change my old ATI GPU.
Now I've 3 GPU's in 3 different PC's working well (1 Palit GTX 960 OC, 2 Palit GTX 750 TI OC) with Driver WHQL 361.43 stable at the moment. All Systems Win10 1511 Build 10586.71.
I've 2 Task running on every System with 0,2C+0,5NV and one exclusive reserved CPU Core.
Make it sense or will it give me an improvement if I would oc these Cards in a moderate way in stable conditions?
Have anybody experience with these Cards an can tell me what the best way is to tune these Cards? What is to tune, the Core or the Memory Freq's and in which Steps?
At the Moment all 3 Cards run with about 63-66°C GPU Temp and the Fans run at 33%.
Any advice is welcome to get the rest of Performance of these Cards! ;-)

BR

DMmdL

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Save Overclocking GPU

What do u want to "save", energy, room , money or time ?

I would buy an mainboard with three or four pcie x16 slots, an put them all together in one host, saves much energy.

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I want/expect that the Task

I want/expect that the Task will run faster.
The Runtime atm is about 11-13K Seconds (960/750).

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You can set the memory speed

You can set the memory speed to maximum (3500MHz for some models, 3600MHz for some) with that Nvidia inspector. I don't think there's more to do. Under heavy load the cards propably boost GPU speed to around 1300-1400MHz anyway, depending on the model.

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Hi Richi, I've set the

Hi Richi,

I've set the Memory Speed +750 to maximum of 3500MHz. After Rebooting Systems the Tasks crashes immediately. The Core Speed fall down to 405 MHz. Setting back to default doesn't help. Resetting the System hard/cold solved. Same with newest Drivers on both 750 TI Systems, after OC to 3500MHz Task crash and Core Speed down. Perhaps I should let the Systems as they are. :-|

THX all

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Hi DMmdL(?), I have set

Hi DMmdL(?),

I have set the memory speed on my MSI GTX 750Ti to 3000 MHz.
That's enough and works 24/7 on my host.

Good luck.
Jürgen

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...btw, how many GPU Task let

...btw, how many GPU Task let you run at the same time, Richie?

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...Der Mann mit der

...Der Mann mit der Ledertasche ;-) > DMmdL

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RE: I've set the Memory

Quote:
I've set the Memory Speed +750 to maximum of 3500MHz. After Rebooting Systems the Tasks crashes immediately.

I'm sorry, I didn't read carefully enough... so I was talking about GTX 960 only. I don't have GTX 750 Ti's and don't know maximum OC settings for them. It's actually surprising if the software gave a chance to overclock them that much.
My GTX 960's and all other cards (GTX 670, 760, 780) are running 3 tasks per card. I feel that is quite optimal in my setups.

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Or at last , BIOS

Or at last , BIOS selfmodding.

link deleted, search by "Kepler BIOS Editor"

Maybe u can rise the corevoltage and then the clocking.

On the GT 640 i got 240Mhz more by voltage mod with +35mV :D

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