Last September NVIDIA released a feature called OC Scanner, In his new graphic cards RTX. It serves to perform 1 automatic overclocking, Depending on your team. Now, OC Scanner reaches the NVIDIA GTX 10 series cards.
The graphics cards are manufactured with a wide margin of warming, to avoid breakdowns. This means that they do not work at full capacity. Overclock a card consists of Increase your clock speed and change the voltageTo increase your performance by 5 or 10%. In most cases it is not a problem, but if the heat does not dissipate correctly, it can cause computer crashes and restarts.
Many graphics cards are sold with OC added, like this GTX 1050 OC. This means that it is overclocked with a factory. Just press a button to activate it overclocking. However most cards do not have this feature, so you have to do a manual overclocking, testing different values until the card starts to fail and tell us "so far I can get there".
How to make overclocking on the graphics card
With the premiere of the new RTX cards, NVIDIA included a new feature called OC Scanner, Which performs different tests of your team to check how the heat is held, and carry out one automatic overclocking adjusting the clock speed and the voltage of the card.
Now, OC Scanner is also available for NVIDIA GTX Series 10 card, That is GTX 1050, GTX 1060, GTX 1070, and GTX 1080.
In order to use it, you need the overclocking utility MSI Afterburner, In version 4.6.0 Beta 10. By clicking on the OC icon that appears in the upper left corner of the active screen OC Scanner. After a series of tests (which can lead to reboots or locks to force the card to the maximum), a automatic overclocking and safe for your team:
It should be clarified that even though the application is called MSI Afterburner works with all the card brands, MSI is just the sponsor.
A quick and easy way to improve the performance of your NVIDIA GTX 10 Series board, if you do not know how to do a manual overclocking, or do not dare.