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Old 02-06-2006, 03:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default PNY FX 5500 overclocking

i got a PNY FX 5500 AGP 128mb card and
using coolbits option to detect optimal frequencies it showed me:
core clock-313mhz factory is: 270mhz
mem clock-489mhz and 400mhz

should i leave it at optimal or return to factory?
how can i test stability of new settings and should i push further?
i got sisoft sandra 2005 and it has coupla benchmarking modules are they any use?

also can anyone give me a link on how exactly to overclock processor and RAM
i got p4c northwood 2.8 533mhz 478 cpu
and elitegroup mobo

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