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Great explanation!

Now I have a place to direct people when they ask how to overclock their video cards.
    
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Howdy fellas and ladies. I have just installed an 8800gs and I have a question or two about ATItool. I have run x850xt pe's for a very long time and felt it was time to upgrade my whole system. Though I plan to upgrade the whole thing, I began with the gpu.
After I installed the Nvidia drivers, I brought up ATItool so I could oc the card. However, the display is different than it is with the ATI cards. There are 3 rows of sliders instead of two. I noticed a 2D, a 3D low power and another 3D. When oc'ing my ATI cards, there are only two variables, core and memory. What is the new, third value when dealing with this Nvidia card? If the third value is the 2D, is it vital to bump it up as well?
For instance, with my x850xt pe the speeds may look somthing like (525/600) or something of that nature whereas the stats I have seen on these Nvidias appear in (650/1900/1000).
Any input is greatly appreciated.

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Horace
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