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Old 08-04-2008, 06:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Nvidia Gforce 7600GS

well as the title says i have that graphic card
I would like to know what would be the safe region of overclocking because it seems like that every time i try to over clock it my computer goes to a blur when start up which means i need to go through safe mode and Re-install the whole thing. I did the overclocking by the program Vtune which is given to me as a utility on the CD that came with it.

oh and i don't know if this might help but i get the error "ClockInt Fail" or something can't remember sorry

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CUP-Intel Celeron D 2.4GHz
Video Card-Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce 7600GS (the latest driver updated)

Any comment would be a help Thanks.

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Use either RivaTuner or ATITool to OC your video card. The nVidia program that comes with the cards is terrible. ClockInt Fail means your OC didn't work.


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As what cvb724 has said. You might want to find out your max mem and core clock before you start overclocking. Run the test and when it reaches it's limit, remember what the numbers were and write it down.
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increase the speeds in small increments, and see your temps go uo, every like 2 increases you should stress test it a bit.
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