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Freezcool
01-16-2015, 06:41 AM
So im new to this overclocking and tried it on my g750j which is gtx770m, some say gpu clock can be max. then i tried adding memory clock bit by bit and suddenly my screen went all green(well some green colors) and some notification pops up that nvidia failed or something. I immediately click default so i was wondering did i damage my memory? got scared there. sorry for my bad english hope someone tell me what's your recommended set. and their normal Mhz or limit

thnx in advance

l2apsux
01-17-2015, 03:41 PM
most overclock support is minimalistic tobegin with, but i think its pretty general knowledge youre taking your pcs life into your own hands when you overclock, or so much as carefully take your notebook apart to dust out/repaste it. THATS IF YOURE ON WARRANTY.

if youre looking for frames STOP NOW, just a screen with a bit higher refresh rate, or think like me and go for 16,9 (whatever refresh rate you want)

and youve got 1080p(non hd technically).

overclocking seems to be a sore subject, sicnce theres no sense in this until after your warranty has expired. but if youre savvy, which chances are the answer is yes, there are quite a few fellows around here who managed some really nice overclocks on their g750s.

im not saying its not possible (clearly),im saying if youre already getting driver crashes perhaps a little more research is in order?

keep them stock until you know you havent mucked anything, ask someone whos done it successfully.

but cooling is KING from what i hear. >.>

sasuke256
01-17-2015, 04:03 PM
you cant damage you vram by overclocking, next time only rise the core clock :) and it will work perfectly, the 770M is a monster when OC :)

Freezcool
01-18-2015, 09:00 PM
most overclock support is minimalistic tobegin with, but i think its pretty general knowledge youre taking your pcs life into your own hands when you overclock, or so much as carefully take your notebook apart to dust out/repaste it. THATS IF YOURE ON WARRANTY.

if youre looking for frames STOP NOW, just a screen with a bit higher refresh rate, or think like me and go for 16,9 (whatever refresh rate you want)

and youve got 1080p(non hd technically).

overclocking seems to be a sore subject, sicnce theres no sense in this until after your warranty has expired. but if youre savvy, which chances are the answer is yes, there are quite a few fellows around here who managed some really nice overclocks on their g750s.

im not saying its not possible (clearly),im saying if youre already getting driver crashes perhaps a little more research is in order?

keep them stock until you know you havent mucked anything, ask someone whos done it successfully.

but cooling is KING from what i hear. >.>
It did improve my FPS when im playing online games, but it just a little improvements like +10 to +20 or something. But Im thinking now if it worth to continue, cause some say it can shorten the life span. Does maxing the gpu clock ok?

Freezcool
01-18-2015, 09:01 PM
you cant damage you vram by overclocking, next time only rise the core clock :) and it will work perfectly, the 770M is a monster when OC :)

What a relief then, may i know what is memory clocking for?

sasuke256
01-18-2015, 11:06 PM
increase texture filling rate :) raising only the core help but if the mem doesnt follow the gain isnt optimum :)