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Old 11-07-2005, 02:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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who has overclocked thier 7800gts?

what did you use to do it/how did you do it?

how far did you push it?


i' just wandering and curious as i am thinking of doing mine
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Use Rivatuner if your 1337 or coolbits if your a n3wb.
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Old 11-07-2005, 08:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
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So 7800GTs can be unlocked? I thought they did something to keep people from unlocking pipes in their cards.....
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So 7800GTs can be unlocked? I thought they did something to keep people from unlocking pipes in their cards.....
I dont know about that, but you can still overclock without unlocking pipes. In fact, overclocking and unlocking are two distinctly different things.
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ye, they 7800gts can't be unlocked, but can be overclocked
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I remember reading somewhere that it is possible with Rivatuner.
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no, i am pretty sure the gts cant be unclocked
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Use Rivatuner if your 1337 or coolbits if your a n3wb.
Their is nothing wrong with coolbits to overclock your graphics card. I use coolbits and their's no reason why you should nessacearly use rivatuner.
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rivera tuner lets me get an extra 100mhz on my ram and 20mhz on my core clock over coolbits btw thats on my 6600GT thats fine at 579/1303
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