Guidance on GTX 1050 TI recommended overclock

Mike_401

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I am really curious to hear what fellow forum users have achieved or deem max overclock on their 1050 TI graphic cards. I am currently overclocking and I'd love to have some perspective or comparisons as i can't really find a lot of 1050 TI overclocked cards

I am also curious whether power limit has any effect on memory overclock being unstable? I have read it only affects core clock, is that true?
 
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Guys I have a question, I used to be able to overclock my 1050 ti to 1000 memory clock and 200 core clock but yesterday I stupidly installed a dodgy version of photoshop and it broke my network adapter from what I can tell so I did a fresh install of Windows 10 Pro since then the network issue remains and I can no longer overclock my card without it crashing. Not even a quarter of what I could before, has this virus effected my whole motherboard or something?
 

Mike_401

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Yo thanks a lot, I dont know how you fouind that, but i';ve been searching endlessly for that

I fail to understand the purpose of temp limit, when your GPU's temp are below the specified celcius...
 

Mike_401

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Have I won the silicone lottery? I am currently on +1000 memory & +210 CORE clock.. I highly expected to see signs of crashing yet, but still hasn't happened. Im pushing it further n further in very small increments.

Power limit is also still at 100%, same for the voltage at stock
 

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i think yeah bro.
i set on memory +1000 and in the core +220 for gta 5 and dont crash and to forza horizon 3 210. i think on gtx 1050ti (gigabyte 1 fan mini) is the max u can get
Peace

 

ertug.selcuk

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I got a stable
+20% vol
+212 clock
+1000memmory clock
@highest temp 57degrees celcius during heaven benchmark and got 73avg fps
 

jeremiahfreeman916

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currently my laptop (Dell Inspiron 7000) with a 1050ti is clocked at:
+250 on the core and
+1000 on the memory.

3DMark Firestrike score of 7246

seems these cards, in about any config, are great overclockers
 

gm-madi

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Msi gtx 1050ti Gaming X
first try ,30 min after building the PC is:

Core Voltage : i didnt nott touch this setting
Power Limit : 125 %
Temp. limit : 97 C
Core Clock : + 150
Memory Clock : +1000 MHz

and it runs super cool, it does not reach 55°C with 40% fan speed or less, even at Full load with benchmarking and stressing. this twinfrozer cooling is unbelievable. i see PPL in youtube getting over 60°C with 80% fan speed but i got 55° max witth 30% fan speed.
 

Exia00

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I know this is an old posting but you should also mention for those clocks it is for the 1050 Ti model that has the additional 6 Pin connector which a lot of people just has the one that just runs the power off the PCIE slot on the motherboard which this would be the more stable and safe overclocking for people running that card and expect a high of 65°C which isn't that bad and which i usually get when playing games like Killing Floor 2 and Shadow Warrior 2.
 

Exia00

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If you have a spare/old hard drive laying around you should try that out first and install Windows on that and if the problem continues then it could be your motherboard or GPU that was affected.
 

yuriekatz13

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im curious to what others have..

mine is a Palit StormX (no 6 pin btw)
my default is 1291mhz.. with max GPU boost of 1747mhz..
i manage to get 1911 mhz @1.050v with 85*C temp limit = im using a custom curve
haven't really spend much time on mem tho.. +500 seems stable but i can do +1000 but only few thing benefit on that..
and yes i have profile for 0.900v forgot at what core speed tho.. because i rarely use it now.. maybe around 1747mhz if i guess?

 

Exia00

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Well i swapped my GPU for a RX 570 so i can play most of my games on very high settings instead and most 1050 Ti's never really had a 6 pin connector unless it was the "gaming" 2 fan editions which was mainly Gigabyte and MSI which with those cards you could get a 30% boost in performance but without the additional power you are looking at mainly a 10% to 15% performance boost from overclocking (10% if you don't have enough cooling in your system like 1 or 2 fans in your system i mean).
 
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Guys I have a question, I used to be able to overclock my 1050 ti to 1000 memory clock and 200 core clock but yesterday I stupidly installed a dodgy version of photoshop and it broke my network adapter from what I can tell so I did a fresh install of Windows 10 Pro since then the network issue remains and I can no longer overclock my card without it crashing. Not even a quarter of what I could before, has this virus effected my whole motherboard or something?

hey man I know this is a late reply. but I honestly believe there is NO way that downloading a cracked version of Anything (never mind photoshop) can cause your network adapter to break. if it did break, the odds are you ended up making it overheat from downloading and likely having your upload set to unlimited. even then I doubt that would break it but still. as far as the overlock no longer working.... its because you for some odd reason got scared and formatted your harddrive. im guessing you solved this already. but you would of had to install GeForce experience again. update the gtx 1050ti drivers. then use msi to overclock! :) if you didnt figure it out yet. I hope this solves it for you.
 

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