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kewl m8......

but I benchmarked my card in WIC , at stock speeds , everything max , im getting 39fps avg , overclocked (750 , 1900 , 1100)(core , shader , memory) , it jumps to 45fps avg , this is using the built in benchmark , Dx10 , all settings max , 2xAA , 2xAnsiotropic 1280*1024....

soo i think 3d mark is broke??

btw , wots ur 3d mark score???
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You can also use Ntune to overclock.
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You can also use Ntune to overclock.
I agree...N-tune works great with my XFX 9800GX2's
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Download the latest version of nTune. It's distributed by nVidia, so your chances of it working with the latest nVidia GPU's could be greater.

Then get GPU-Z and run it to see if your OC has applied.

I'd run ATItool at maximum artifact sensitivity for at least 10 minutes to make sure your OC is completely stable. (Fuzzy cube test.)

When a version of RivaTuner comes out that is compatible with the 9800GTX, you may want to download it then. Rivatuner is an awesome program. Just give it a little time.

EDIT: Please note if you are using another program to adjust clock speeds, do not use ATItool's clock speed modifiers as well. It may cause issues. Just use the program to test the stability/heat.
    
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