[SOLVED] What is the oc limit for a 1050 ?

Darkbreeze

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If you don't want your GPU to "break down" and you are not familiar with overclocking graphics cards, then the correct way to proceed would be to NOT overclock it. And to be honest, the gains you might see from slightly overclocking a GTX 1050 are probably not much worth the potential for damage to the card anyhow.

If however you wish to learn and proceed anyhow, then I'd give this a read. As with most CPUs and GPUs, there really aren't any specific numbers that will work for everyone. Each of them is unique and will have different capabilities based on it's own specific characteristics.

https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/geforce-gtx-1050-3gb-review,25.html

Granted, that is a different card, but the procedures are generally the same regardless of card model. I wouldn't expect to see very significant gains however, from a slot powered card with no auxiliary power connectors.
 
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Darkbreeze

Retired Mod
If you don't want your GPU to "break down" and you are not familiar with overclocking graphics cards, then the correct way to proceed would be to NOT overclock it. And to be honest, the gains you might see from slightly overclocking a GTX 1050 are probably not much worth the potential for damage to the card anyhow.

If however you wish to learn and proceed anyhow, then I'd give this a read. As with most CPUs and GPUs, there really aren't any specific numbers that will work for everyone. Each of them is unique and will have different capabilities based on it's own specific characteristics.

https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/geforce-gtx-1050-3gb-review,25.html

Granted, that is a different card, but the procedures are generally the same regardless of card model. I wouldn't expect to see very significant gains however, from a slot powered card with no auxiliary power connectors.
 
Reactions: JulianRock1029

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