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Ok I have an EVGA 8800GTS (G92) and was wanting to make the card go a little bit more faster. I downloaded atitool but dont know how it works and im a complete noob when it comet o overclocking. So could somebody give me step by step instructions on how to OC my card? I dont want to make it to hot.
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I would recommend using rivatuner, it is what I used to OC my 8800GTS.
You just go into customize, system settings and change what you want. Im running at 778/1945/1026 smoothly right now.
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ok, what do you think is the best settings because I dont want to make anything to hot?
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is a 550w PSU strong enough on my system? will it be strong enough to OC my video card and OC my Q6600 to 3.4GHz?
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the best settings depend on how good your cooling is, i think high 70's and low 80's would be an acceptable temp.

Im not sure about the PSU, I was recommended a 650w when I bought my new rig.
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what settings should I try out at least?
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post #7 of 10
try 750/1875/1024 and do a 3dmark06 or run atitool to see how it works. bump it up if it's not to hot and runs fine.
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ok ill try that. I think my rig stays pretty cool the antec 900 is a great case
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post #9 of 10
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Originally Posted by Dominant View Post
try 750/1875/1024 and do a 3dmark06 or run atitool to see how it works. bump it up if it's not to hot and runs fine.
750 for the core clock? 1875 for the shader clock? and 1024 for the memory clock? lol sorry
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SharpShoot3r07 View Post
750 for the core clock? 1875 for the shader clock? and 1024 for the memory clock? lol sorry
yes, that is correct. your 8800GTS should be able to do that no problem
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