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Old 10-08-2005, 10:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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who knows OC software. i want to OC my PNY Nvidia GeForce FX 5700LE and my OCZ Enhanced Latency 1GB (2 x 512MB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM. any suggestions? i'm runing Windows XP Home at the moment and my processor is a AMD XP 2600+ 2.0GHz.

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For the gfx card, get Rivatuner.

As far as the CPU/RAM, you really need to read the stickies and learn to OC from the BIOS. If you are really just looking for a windows OC program, check out clockgen. But again, read, read, read....
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i can't i don't have any software at home... i made it with illistrator and i don't have adobe suit here.
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Read the stickies at OC Forums and in the AMD CPUs section.

TRUST ME, thats all you need to know.

EDIT: I have no faith in the human race to find things so here are the links;

This will explain overclocking.

This will explain how your CPU works, the A64 architecture.

And this is a quick overclocking guide. Read the others before reading this or you won't understand $H!+...

Those 3 guides are my 1-2-3 punch for learning to overclock...
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Oh yea, overclocking video cards; Get Rivaturner.

nVidia Videocard overclocking guide.
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