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  • Ok, this time i fucked up

    After overclocking my gpu i launched gta v and after 30 secs of gameplay i got one long beep from my computer

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    Hi there, i have overclocked my 1050 ti to 1900mhz and am wondering if it is ok to over volt the gpu (gtx gtx 1050 ti has no power cable)
    And if it is reccomended by how much shoulkd i overvolt it by in % ( current 675)
    (that is idle) when gaming i get around 1000 mv - 1100 mv
    Last edited by GTX 1050 Ti; 01-17-2017, 05:13 AM.

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    • #3
      (that is idle) when gaming i get around 1000 mv - 1100 mv

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      • #4
        As I previously mentioned, overclocking will likely exceed the PCIe bus power delivery specifications for the 1050 without the additional power connector.

        In case I wasn't clear enough, exceeding the specifications isn't a good thing.
        It's risky.

        [NOTE: I've messed up the time order of the posts above while trying to merge two related topics. Sorry about that]

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        • #5
          So, What damage has been caused? and is it only a problem with the power to my gpu? not the core and memory overclock

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          • #6
            Beep might only be a warning, or a software crash.
            Return to normal clock speeds and see if the machine still boots.

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            • #7
              Even when the machijne was beepign there seemed to be no problem, i have removed all overclocking on gpu but for some rewason when i play gta 5 after a minute or so it beeps until i stop playing

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              • #8
                Might be a BIOS over temperature warning?

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                • #9
                  what tempreture?

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                  • #10
                    You would need to check the BIOS settings.

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                    • #11
                      My friend said it could be the coil on the gpu as it only happens in games that are gpu intensive

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                      • #12
                        I know it is not the gpu because i have replaced the gpu with a newwer one but the screach is near the gpu, nothing seems to go wrong but i am curious to know what it is as it is really annoying because i cant play gta 5 without this annoying sound constantly in my ear

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