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5200 Temp Monitor?

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I'm looking for a temp monitor for my old 5200. I want to try and overclock it for fun, as it is sitting in a computer in a very cold garage... But I'd like to monitor temps while I overclock... (Is there even a temp sensor on 5200 cards?)
post #2 of 6
no you can,t monitor the temps ( no sensor )
just overclock it untill you get artifacts and stop there .
by the way if it,s the 64bit version ( the ram ) then don,t bother with the core it won,t give you any more power ( from my experience ) but the ram overclockes well so go for it .
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I got mine to 300/460 on passive hs.
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Yeah, its the 64bit version.
Is there a way to get more power to it? (I guess the simple way would be to make the fan get it's power from somewhere else other than the card.)
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So unplug the wire of the fan off the board and plug it in somewhere else, straight to PSU or mobo.
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Yeah, its the 64bit version.
Is there a way to get more power to it? (I guess the simple way would be to make the fan get it's power from somewhere else other than the card.)
that would be useless ,
you can try to put a 80mm fan under the card and see if that helps u with the overclock , remember : just overclcok the memory , no need for extra heat from the core and for o gain in performance
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