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    Temps are what to pay attention to when overclocking, as long as temps are under control you can overclock away and with Asus's DirectCU II cooling temps aren't an issue with the ROG RX 460. The voltage is also capped it'll only go so high no matter if you crank it to 100%.

    I'm like Survious, I like to set a fan curve and usually a steep one where the fans are running 100% when the gpu temp hits 60c.

    So all in all it's perfectly safe to overclock your gpu.

    How are temps flik2222 below 70c?

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    Something a bit more stable.

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    When it comes to OCing I am a noob, plan and simple. This page has really helped me (and this forum site) in respect to valid information that I cannot find anywhere else...even from youtuber's to claim to be all that.

    Something I have learned is that each game may/will react differently and the slightest change can make the difference between stable/fragments/crash.

    This OC I am using is for Titanfall 2... though i can run it at 1080p, it runs better at 900p with TSAA and 60fps target (if you play TF2, you will know what I mean when you look at the options menu)and 16x AF. I have ambient osculation on with everything on High and textures on Very High and the game runs great. This is a PC I had build about 4 years ago...see page one of this page for my specs.

    This with my new fan curve (again bottom of page 1) my AURA stays at green/yellow meaning I am under 80oC, but I am sure I am within 60-70 more often then none. As for fan noise, most people play with high volume or headphones so who cares, and it isn't that loud anyway.

    I only dropped it by 11 about (from 1336 to 1325) and that little bit makes a difference in OCing. I have no more fragments and doesn't crash. I tried going to 7800 and 7700 on the memory but 7600 is stable and doesn't crash...i haven't tried 7650, but since that number is shared with each of the 4GB of RAM (7600/4), I like even numbers, and with a 10% boost almost all away around, I am happy as it stands.

    I have had this card OC'd since my first post here and no issues what so ever...it's a great budget card for a budget gaming rig...hell I can play TF2 on the setting I have, with 16 gigs of ram, it does what I need it too do. This car gets me where I wanna go and has a big back seat incase I need it lol... just don't tell my fiance I used this reference

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    Got a gem I think

    I got a lucky gem of an Asus Strix RX460... I can get so close to 1406 stable on the core. I took a screenshot of the default profile and what I can get without artifacts or freezing on Valley Benchmark or Crysis.
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    Moderator Array Nate152 PC Specs
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    MotherboardROG Strix Z690-F Gaming WiFi
    Processori7-12700KF
    Memory (part number)Kingston Fury Beast 16GB (2x8GB) 6000MT/s (KF560C40B)
    Graphics Card #1ROG Strix 3090 Ti LC OC
    Sound CardROG SupremeFX
    MonitorHP ZR30w
    Storage #1Seagate Firecuda 530 1TB
    CPU CoolerEK Quantum Velocity2
    CaseThermaltake Tower 900
    Power SupplyEVGA Supernova 1600 T2
    Keyboard ROG Falchion NX / Strix Flare II
    Mouse ROG Chakram X/Chakram Core/Spatha X
    Headset ROG Delta S Animate
    Mouse Pad Steelseries Prism XL + ROG Scabbard II
    OS Windows 11 Home
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    Hi Calo995

    Welcome to the ROG forum and thank you for sharing with us.

    That's a very nice overclock indeed, you should see a nice performance boost in games.

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    overclocking

    its generate more heat

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