GTX 1050 TI overclock

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I have a Zotac GTX 1050 TI ( yes i am aware this is a very outdated card, going to upgrade to the RTX 2060 when i can) and i am very new to overclocking. i have read a few threads about overclocking this card and it seems most people are able to push it to about +200-220 MHz in MSI afterburner without crashing, however when i try this (yes with the same memory clock as the posts +1000 MHz) i canèt seem to get past +145 MHz without crashing.. did i lose the silicone lottery? :(
 
The only power that card has is the 75W from the PCIe slot. It's a 75W card to start with. It may be that the MB can't provide the extra power for the OC. I would quit while you're ahead. You won't hurt the GPU. But the PCIe components on the MB may not have thermal protection.
 
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This was my original fear, although GPU temps seem to be well within acceptable (max recorded temp was 64c) i know this temp is just the GPU but i physically took my system apart to check the temp of the PCIe ports adn they do not seem to be giving off heat ( i know not exactly professional) however my MB is an overclocking board from ASUS. thoughts?
 

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