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Old 08-19-2005, 07:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have just overclocked my MSI 6600GT to core clock of 570MHz and the Memory Clock to 1130MHz. Can anyone tell me what they have done on theirs and if I am at a safe OCing. This was my first time and I have ran 3DMark05 like five times. Haven't tried with BF2 yet. how would I go about seeing what my temp is on my GPU.

After OCing so far my old 3DMark05 core was 3653 and the new one is 4071. I have no clue if my GPU is overheating or not.
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Its called a search, use it.
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I apologize for calling you an idiot. I only did a google search and not in the forums. I have found rivatuner and going to try that.
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I wasnt trying to be rude, but there are 56305462564729 threads liek this, please use a search.
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Ihave and I searched on google and not the forums. So Rivatuner, does it monitor GPU temps I am using it right now and for core temperature it is saying 45degrees celsius but by core temp it that CPU or GPU
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DL a registry entry called Coolbits2 and the temp gauge will be in the settings of the video card.
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580/1.3 is my best arti free
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i do 540/1.18 i belive arti free.but i have had 557 and i had to have the ac going all the time to play cs:s with minal artifacting just in office by the car and some poles thats it.
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