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Old 10-19-2004, 02:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i have overclocked my video card. i cant seem to raise the frequencies any further without seeing artifacts. i have already changed the cooling, so heat is not a problem. i have not touched the agp voltage.

how can i push the card further? if i raise the agp's voltage, should i be able to raise the frequencies more and delay the artifacts?

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when u increase the voltage u increase the heat so if ur running cool and without artifacts then i suggest u lave it... what are your system specs?
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yeah how far exactly are you pushing the card from stock speeds? Please post your stock speed and OC'd speed of the core and memory
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you could overclock the card's memory too.
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