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Old 04-24-2006, 12:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is this a good overclock for a PCI-E Geforce 6600GT ?

Core = 567MHz
Mem = 1.22GHz

My load temp at these settings is 70 degress celcius and my idle temp is 53 degress celcius.

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wow, the core is running faster than my 7900 thats amazing

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yea but your 7900 has 24 pipe lines. which inturn means your getting 13,200 fill rate persecond.. and he is getting 4,560 fill rate per second. but your overclock is average for a 6600gt.. and watch the heat! them cards get hott
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not to steal your thread or anything, but I also have an overclocked 6600GT and was wondering some info.

i'm running at 570/1100. it idles at 40ºC and peak is usually around 60º. should i push it further?

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Originally posted by iceware

Is this a good overclock for a PCI-E Geforce 6600GT ?

Core = 567MHz
Mem = 1.22GHz

My load temp at these settings is 70 degress celcius and my idle temp is 53 degress celcius.
mine's an agp, but runnin' at 581/1202

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Well thats quite a good job.. what is the specific heat capacity...
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As long as you arnt getting artifacts keep pushing it until you do, then back down a bit. Also make sure you have good cooling though, sometimes artifacts dont happen until about 5 loops through 3dmark 05.
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Old 04-26-2006, 03:03 AM   #8 (permalink)
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i have a gigabyte 128mb 6600GT pci-e stock cooling

my best completly stable (16hours of 3dmark05) is 579/1303 if i go 1 mhz higher i get artifacts

btw i use riva tuner. i have tried coolbits, normal drivers and nubitor. this is off memory but i think i managed to get 4.2k in 3dmark 05 with system oc'd as in specs

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