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Thanks for the info! I linked to a guide on how to do the 2nd method for coolbits in my first post. I don't think that method is that hard at all . But it's nice to have both methods right in this thread.
Yeah i know it's not hard but for some people who are unfamiliar with the registry it may be a little difficult, but if they are an Overclocking inthusiast they should know how to get threw the registry and do it pretty easily. So yeah.

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well i did the reg part and i cant get the Additional Properties button to be clickable its still greyed out
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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\NVIDIA Corporation\\Global\\NVTweak

right-click inside the right pane, and choose New>DWORD value.

Name the value "Coolbits" (witout the quotes). Right click on Coolbits, and choose Modify. Change the Value data to "3", and click OK. Reboot.

That didn't work? Hmm... I have no idea, never used it and don't have a nvidia.
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Name the value "Coolbits" (witout the quotes). Right click on Coolbits, and choose Modify. Change the Value data to "3", and click OK. Reboot.
Umm about that rebooting part i didn't need to so try it without rebooting, first, you need to go to the "advanced display properties" then you have to click on Clock Frequencies, you can get to the advanced display properties by bringing the "Desktop properties" up (right click on empty area on desktop and click "properties") then going to the "Settings" Tab, then click the advanced button, this methode should work for Win 2000 & XP i'm unsure of Win98 as i've never had it as a home OS. if you need any help just reply or send me a PM
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Cheers for the tools Death, I'm new to this overclock business, but I have managed to push my 9800XT core to 439.36, and mem to 382.91 without any artifacts, and I'm still going.

The only trouble is that it is running quite hot, I think, but I don't know what it normally runs at, but at the moment it's running around 80-81 C...is that bad?
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Cheers for the tools Death, I'm new to this overclock business, but I have managed to push my 9800XT core to 439.36, and mem to 382.91 without any artifacts, and I'm still going.

The only trouble is that it is running quite hot, I think, but I don't know what it normally runs at, but at the moment it's running around 80-81 C...is that bad?
just open it up and put a house fan...on it till you can get a Fan in there powered by the computer it self?
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just open it up and put a house fan...on it till you can get a Fan in there powered by the computer it self?
I've heard of that method before, but everything ends up dusty inside.
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I've heard of that method before, but everything ends up dusty inside.
well just use a air can to undust it lol..
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Hello friends

I would like to know, how can i overclock my XFX Nvidia FX5700LE 128MB....?

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