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Old 12-22-2006, 12:10 PM   #31 (permalink)
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but it's seriously making me wish i was home to play with my new toy.
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Old 12-22-2006, 12:35 PM   #32 (permalink)
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bah, cwiz you're just going to have to learn to trust me and not be so sceptical. for a start i can tell you if i say a card is stable it's more reliable than a passed artifact scan. i can pick artifacts atitool never sees. i'm giving you a screenshot of longer than an hour because i want to move on from this clock speed (if i can). you're just going to have to trust in the 'stick.

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So, you dont have to mess around with the first two sliders on atitool?
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nice nitestick, u dont gotta take my guff, i just didnt have to same luck using riva tuner, maybe ati tool is better at overclocking.

im gonna try it for my voltmoded 7900GT, u guys are catching up to me!! no fair!

i gotta get the beta that works w/ nvidia though, i got the non-beta that only works w/ ati

do u have to mess w/ your registry to use atitool to oc?
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ati tool always craps out on my x1950xtx.. i could overclock like 10mhz and it'll freeze on me and my catalyst will reset every setting.... i use WinClk for my overclocking.. but i think that is an ati only tool
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not the beta

(its what nitestick is using for his 7900GS's)
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Is there a better tool to use for oc'ing? im just using the atitool atm but if theres something else i could give it a try.

and back to my other question, do you not have to use the first two core sliders?
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i use beta 16 and winclk takes me higher.... i only use ati tool for voltage and fan speed
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well i have the same setup basically xfx 7900 gs (great card) and a x2 3800. in this run the 7900 was at 525\775 rock stable and the 3800 @ 2.701 prime stable 12 hours. this thread inspired me last night so now i am gonna try a suicide run. i will let you know the results
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and this thread has inspired me as well.. time to start the oc'in tonite.. got 4 days off in a row... chahahahahahaha
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