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X1950XT Overclocking

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Well, my E6420 didnt have much luck overclocking and i've settled on 3ghz @ 1.41v. Idle temp is 32degrees. Load temp is 48degrees.

So with the processor done I moved over to the graphics. First i tried overclocking with ATI's overdrive, but i couldnt push it very high becuase of low ceilings. So i switched to ATItool, but it would constantly crash OCing this card. I then tried Rivatuner and hoorah! its flawless. Heres the overclocks i managed.

Core: 621 > 681
Memory: 900 > 1008 (2016 effective)

Havent finished OCing yet, will keep pushing it further. But here are the score increases i got on 3dmark 05 & 06:

3DMark 05: 11,192 > 13,286
3DMark 06: 5,783 > 6,784

Also temps are 40 degrees idle, and 62 load. What do you think?
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not bad but if u want to get higher than ur going to have to add some volts in ati tool
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