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Old 08-11-2005, 06:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just overclocked my card. i got the core clock runing at 270 and memory clock at 400, i already installed a fan inside to keep it cool but i need some tips on overheating if i should turn the overclock down, and if there is a tool that monitors the heat
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well how hot is it to worry about heat issues?
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well im sure you will be able to get your core higher than 270, my friend got his to 330 and he also mounted a fan and his runs fine , with good temps
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see i dont know how hot it really is i cant tell the temperature, is there a program that will do that or i have to buy something.
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