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Old 02-18-2007, 03:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Dectect Optimal Frequencies Does'nt Work

i recently downloaded nvtray with nvtweak and i've been trying to overclock my card but whenever i press the "Dectect Optimal Frequencies" button a loading bar appears briefly then my screen goes black briefly and i get brought back to the clock frequency settings menu with nothing changed.

So then i tried to change the clock frequencies my stock 7800 gtx runs 470 core clock and 2.4 gig mem clock. i changed it to 500 core and 2.44 mem and a message comes up and says i that my card did not pass when i pressed "test changes" and i need to lower my clock frequencies so then after bringing it down constantly and getting the same error.

I decided to test the changes if i brought the frequencies below stock and i still got the error that says i need to lower the clock frequencies please help me i'm not sure why this is happening.
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