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Old 01-21-2009, 05:26 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Default Re: how do i know, how much to overclock my gpu?

no one uses programs to OC cpu/ram. You do that in your bios. You need to be much more careful and get some good understanding of things before you go poking around in there.
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ATiTool says that thig about the kernel mode driver in Vista because the driver isn't digitally signed, so won't run (gotta love Vista for things like that grrr!)... so that just mean you can't use ATiTool to adjust the clocks and monitor temps, but it'll still work fine for artifact testing
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drivers need to be digitally signed for 64 bit only, correct?
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could be... im not really sure
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no one uses programs to OC cpu/ram. You do that in your bios. You need to be much more careful and get some good understanding of things before you go poking around in there.
lol hehehehehhe yeahh ill do my reasearch on the processor before i overclock
back to the gpu... 1 more thing guys the maximum i got was about at 800/930 or i can get like 750/1030 depending the combination of these 2, So my question is What does the memory clock in the game do and what does Gpu clock do, does 1 increase framerate and the other increase the graphics quality because it seems like they feed of each other... if 1 increases the other decreases?
btw thx for the help all of you have given
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