Overclocking GPU

You can overclock and undervolt your GPUs with a ClockTune tool. The tool will allow you to update different settings depending on your rig setup.

Nvidia, msOS:
Power limit (W)
Core Clock (MHz)
Memory Clock (MHz)
Fan speed (%)
AMD, msOS:
VDDC (mV)
VDDCI (mV)
Core Clock (MHz)
Memory Clock (MHz)
Fan speed (%)
Nvidia, Windows:
Power limit (%)
Core Clock (MHz)
Memory Clock (MHz)
Fan speed (%)
AMD, Windows:
Power limit (%)
Core Clock (MHz)
Memory Clock (MHz)
Fan speed (%)

We have prepared the minimum and maximum value for each of these settings, but you can always enter any value you like. Clicking on the button for advanced overclocking will give you an option to enter a value for each card separately. The divider is space. Automatic fan control can be set up through triggers.

You can save your favorite overclocking profiles and then apply them to your workers through "Worker config" section, to your algorithms in "Profit switch" section, or along to a config template.

Please note that ClockTune works on Windows node only if you run MSI Afterburner. You don't have to change anything on Afterburner, just run it; all settings are controllable from your minerstat dashboard.

ClockTune troubleshooting

When you are overclocking or undervolting your GPUs, do it gradually. You are maybe used to some settings that you were using in other systems, but it is possible that exactly same settings won't give the same results. If this is the case, your hardware will show as undetected or rig will start crashing. That's why we suggest to slowly change the settings to find the right value. Everytime you save changes of your ClockTune profile, the rig that uses this ClockTune profile will automatically load new values.

In case your ClockTune settings are different than what rig actually uses and you are using mining OS, try the following:

  • mclock to load the latest ClockTune settings;
  • mrecovery to recover the ClockTune settings.