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With correct BIOS yes you can use the unlocked multipliers of extreme. X7900 better performance even without OC.
Does that include oc'ing the FSB as well?
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Does that include oc'ing the FSB as well?
FSB is done with application like setfsb. No you can not do a BIOS FSB OC. You do not have the options to tweak voltages or anything just the multiplier.
    
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ATM I am running my clocks at:
Core: 549 MHZ
Memory: 800 MHZ
Shader: 1510 MHZ

Does anyone have recommendations to get better performance? Is one to high or one too low? What one should I push more, because it is fine now. If you have your clocks that would be awesome too! Thanks

One more question:
Does anyone have the problem where their charger makes a high pitched buzzing sound? Is there any way to make this quieter?
Edited by bigal1542 - 5/7/09 at 2:05pm
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One more question:
Does anyone have the problem where their charger makes a high pitched buzzing sound? Is there any way to make this quieter?
Mine does this too and it does it much more when I'm stressing it.
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Mine does this too and it does it much more when I'm stressing it.
I googled it and it looks like there are many problems like these, and it is just that the power supply that we have is underpowered, so it is stressing. You can get a new and better one that is quiet for 120, which I am not willing to pay.
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ATM I am running my clocks at:
Core: 549 MHZ
Memory: 800 MHZ
Shader: 1510 MHZ

Does anyone have recommendations to get better performance? Is one to high or one too low? What one should I push more, because it is fine now. If you have your clocks that would be awesome too! Thanks
620MHz core and 920MHz memory are likely the best you will squeeze out of your card and still be stable, and the shader frequency will scale automatically.
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620MHz core and 920MHz memory are likely the best you will squeeze out of your card and still be stable, and the shader frequency will scale automatically.
Sweet, thanks! Ill try bumping those up!

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Are the newer FX series still as good?
Is it worth it to get the Q9000? Which is like 600$ more expensive from the other model on Bestbuy.

From a T8600 to a T8400, do you think I'll feel any difference?

I actually found the 2.4GHz version.

I wonder should I get it?
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Are the newer FX series still as good?
Is it worth it to get the Q9000? Which is like 600$ more expensive from the other model on Bestbuy.

From a T8600 to a T8400, do you think I'll feel any difference?

I actually found the 2.4GHz version.

I wonder should I get it?
I would think that any FX that can accept a quad core would be smokin' fast.
As for the T8600 over T8400, your getting 140 more MHz and jumping from 800MHz FSB to 1066MHz FSB so you may see a small boost.
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So.. I have a 7811.. LOVE IT. Recently meaning the other day my LCD goes out. The backlight still works because when I use the brightness controls I see the backlight get brighter and there’s no picture. Now that im done crying about this here’s the question. I see WUXGA lcds for the 6831. Are they the same for the 7811 or do I have to pay the 40 dollars more. Please advise thank you for your time.
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