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1) Maybe....
2) Yes.
3) Test, test, test.
okay.. two more things would i need to use riva tuner to test clock frequencies? when did nvidia stop making clock freq. available thru the driver? (im forced to use an old driver anyway, so if i could skip the rivatuner install it'd be great)
and how can i test for stability? is it simply a matter of loading my favorite game and scoping for artifacts?
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okay.. two more things would i need to use riva tuner to test clock frequencies? when did nvidia stop making clock freq. available thru the driver? (im forced to use an old driver anyway, so if i could skip the rivatuner install it'd be great)
and how can i test for stability? is it simply a matter of loading my favorite game and scoping for artifacts?
That's four more things.
1) Yes
2) It is still avaliable but not recommended to use nTune
3) ATITool
4) No, you can do that in conjunction with a 3DMark and ATITool
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That's four more things.
1) Yes
2) It is still avaliable but not recommended to use nTune
3) ATITool
4) No, you can do that in conjunction with a 3DMark and ATITool
.. i hate having extra programs installed.. but if i must.. thanks for the help
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I use ATItools 0.26 http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads...Tool_0.26.html


3Dmark06 is good to use as a before and after to see what kind of results you've gotten.


Increasing your clocks will increase heat. Make sure to increase your clocks in slow increments.

If you decide to voltmod down the road be very careful. This is much more dangerous. Only increase it in steps of .1 or .05v. Voltage to high could mean sudden death to your card. Backup cards are very nice when doing this.

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