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Old 12-26-2005, 10:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Arrow Questions about overclocking my asus 6600.

Heu guys i just got my new 6600 for chrustmas and i am loving it right now. Asus has a lot of good features on it like a stupid easy overclocking menu lol. I wanted to overclock it a little but i needed to know whats the highest temp it should be at because I dont want to clock it so high that it is unstable and too hot. Right now at stock settings it is 300mhz for the core clock and 550 mhz for the memory clock. At idle on stock settings it goes about 37c. Si what temp should i not go over when overclokcing my 6600? Thanx

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Overclock until you see artifacts when playing games. Artifacts are coloured lines on the screen that don't look like they should be there.
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