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GTX 670M Overclock Questions

TokoDude
Level 10
Hey Guys/Girls

I have a few questions about overclocking:

1: Does it damage overclocking? i have overclocked my GPU from :

Core Clock Mhz: 620---->740
Memory clock MHz:1500-->1690

Temp: around 69 Degrees.

If i put more MHZ i get strange flickering's

2.I can overclock Shader memory does that have good FPS effect? Of what is the best settings for Best FPS winning?

3.Can you explain what core clock does and memory clock and shaderclock?
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TokoDude
Level 10
Forever alone?
ACER PREDATOR G9-791 |Intel Core i7-6700HQ |16 GB RAM |GTX970M 3GB |FULL HD | 750GB SSD | Samsung 850 PRO & 2X M.2 SSD RAID 0
G75VW |Intel Core I7-3610QM |24GB RAM |GTX670M 3 GB |FULL HD | 526GB SSD | Samsung 840 EVO & 850 PRO
GL552VW |Intel Core i7-6700HQ |12 GB RAM |GTX960M 3GB |FULL HD | 256GB SSD | Samsung

Zka17
Level 16
You're not alone... 🙂

Overclocking on a laptop will always bemore challenging and limited because of the produced heat... practically the temps will define your max OC settings...

Yes, OC'ing can damage your hardware! That's why it is not covered by warranty...

Regarding how a graphics card work, you may want to read this: http://computer.howstuffworks.com/graphics-card.htm