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Old 09-14-2008, 07:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 8800gs overclock

I continued overclocking my 8800gs a bit today, when i came to a halt at 720Mhz core/ 1000mhz mem/1775 shader, now this is a huge overclock from the standard 580/800/1500 respectively. i did a lil bit a googling and since there is no as of yet pencil mod, i was lead to a program called Nibitor which can edit ur vga bios which you can then flash yourself. By using this i have increased the voltage from 1.1 to 1.2 and i got an extra 15 mhz on the core.

what do you guys think i should stop at for my gpu voltage. im also thinking about just putting it back to the normal voltage and using that Gamer HUD(allows voltage change) by gigabyte and using nibitor to change the brand name to gigabyte since my is xfx.
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