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am debating if i should overclock my GPU i have a Nvidia quadro 2000m. 

not sure what is the safe temp for this card. the highest temp i get is no more than 65C.

say if the max temp is 90C and i overclock it but keep it at 65C would that wear the GPU down.

i think i already had asked long time ago. am started to play some games and i must lower resolution tpo 720p and lowered graphics.

 

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65C is very much into the safe side.

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2 hours ago, Meaker said:

65C is very much into the safe side.

thanks.

i decided to not overclock it. am going to start saving money maybe sell this laptop and get me a used laptop that performs better..

not sure which laptop to pick.

 

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Overclocking the GPU is safe under any circumstances. Modern video cards are so crippled that there's not anything you can do to harm them in terms of overclocking. They have thermal protection, voltage gimped and capped power limits. The worst thing that could happen is it would be unstable from pushing the overclock beyond the wimpy voltage limits, causing operating system instability. If it gets too hot it'll just throttle to cool itself down. Even desktop GPUs are castrated in the same way.

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23 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

Overclocking the GPU is safe under any circumstances. Modern video cards are so crippled that there's not anything you can do to harm them in terms of overclocking. They have thermal protection, voltage gimped and capped power limits. The worst thing that could happen is it would be unstable from pushing the overclock beyond the wimpy voltage limits, causing operating system instability. If it gets too hot it'll just throttle to cool itself down. Even desktop GPUs are castrated in the same way.

cool i have the sweet spot anything higher it just freezes or artifacts start appearing on screen. i can go almost 200 mhz.

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3 minutes ago, raptorddd said:

cool i have the sweet spot anything higher it just freezes or artifacts start appearing on screen. i can go almost 200 mhz.

thanks

That is actually a pretty decent overclock. Have you tried bumping the GPU memory clock? That can be very helpful for gaming performance.

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On 7/4/2024 at 11:33 AM, Mr. Fox said:

That is actually a pretty decent overclock. Have you tried bumping the GPU memory clock? That can be very helpful for gaming performance.

clock frequency memory and shader. with nvidia inspectori can.  with msi i couldnt.

 

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