Hahaha, I like it By the way, do have any idea how big of a FPS difference there would be between a 6600GT clocked at 500/900 MHz and say 525/1100 MHz? Is it noticeable, or not really?
lol well I would if I actually recorded FPS in games....of course it also depends on your games.
Heres some benches though that are pretty close to those specs to show what kind of diff you can expect:
Stock @ DDR460 @ 2.53GHz - 71.84 Drivers- 7742 - 3dmark03(Build 360)
520/1101 @ DDR472 @ 2.479GHz - 71.84 Drivers- 8300 - 3dmark03(Build 360)
So about a 500point increase in 3dmark there (To get a significant impact the core really needs to be raised higher. The memory doesn't play as big of role but of course it does help)
Stock @ DDR400 - 2.5GHz - 71.84 - 49,494 - Aquamark3
535/1101 @ DDR472 - 2.479GHz - 71.84 - 52,787 - Aquamark3
Little over 3K increase in Aquamark there.
Stock - DDR400 - 2.5GHz - 71.84 - 3312 - 3dmark05
535/1101 - DDR472 - 2.479GHz - 71.84 - 3685 - 3dmark05
And a little over 300 points in 3dmark05.
So yes you would notice a nice little gain in speeds and FPS.
Currently I'm leaving it at 535/1070 for everyday use
Plays HL2 at 1024x768 resolution with 4x AA, and 8X AF maxed out settings, reflect world without a hitch