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Old 01-05-2007, 08:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Overclocked ATI Radeon 7200 series :)

just overlocked my old ATI Radeon 7200 series thats in my old intel .
(just 4 fun)
this is wat i got:

Stock: Core clock 198mhz
Memory clock 198mhz

Overclocked:Core clock 261mhz
Memory clock 231mhz

i can still give it more juice on core clock but i have $h!tty cooling on this thing.for memory clock thats as good as it gets because it'll give me little dots on my screen

guys get anything better on this old school card?
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Id be surprised if your graphics card can handle reflections on the Tetris....
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Old 01-07-2007, 09:41 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Haha, I remember when I overclocked my old S3Virge PCI card on an old P2 I had... I got it to like 90MHz from the stock 60, and it didn't even have a heatsink.
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I Bet it didnt develop any more heat than an ANT in a freezer.
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The heck makes you think that? It got really hot.
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lol....not bad for 7200

whats your x1300 running at??
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lol....not bad for 7200

whats your x1300 running at??
i was just fooling around with the 7200 to see wat it can pull, but my x1300 is running stock for know since i got it like 2 months ago

Stock
core clock 600mhz
memory clock 400mhz

Thoughts;
core clock 650-700mhz
memory clock 500-550mhz
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ah ok
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