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Old 03-29-2008, 04:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay, so I want to overclock my Video Card, and it seems to be an SiS card.

I've looked through a couple guides, but they just say what to do for "ATI" or "NVidia"...one of them said how to see if you have one of those, and i did what it said, but I don't have either ATI or NVidia, but SiS. And another note, it's on a laptop.

How do I overclock this video card?

And also, I don't wanna overclock it a buttload, just up to 2x or something.


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It's on a laptop. OCing the chip on the laptop is not wise.


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I see...okay then ^^ thanks.
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yeah, cos the laptop may not be able to dissipate the extra heat released by an overclocked chip, so it will just overheat and take your latop with it when it dies....
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