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I was talking to Ezeedee
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im trying to oc my card too, and it does the same thing. i bump it up ~25mhz, click set clock, and it just goes back to normal after a couple seconds. anyone ever get this figured out? thanks.


Which slider are you adjusting? If you slide the one on the far right (3D) up, then click set clock....it should work (and set the 2D slider for the same). When I just slide the 2D slider up and click set clock....it does what you are saying.
    
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post #13 of 14
ati tool 0.27b4 is i think.. what you should be using.
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I manually entered 300 Mhz for core and 100 mhz for memory which mean Core is 900 Mhz and 1000Mhz for memory. Then after I clicked scan for artifact, the sliders immediately moved back. I checked the log right away and it even says Scan started at Core 600, memory 900 (unchange). This program apparently doesn't like Nvidia. Can someone suggest a compatible overclocking utility for Nvidia (not that nTune).
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