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So does increasing the PCIe INCREASE the MAX OC on a 9600GT or does it just OC like Rivatuner? That's what I'm asking.
The overclock for the pci-e dosent seem to do anything directly to my video card (by that i mean change and clocks).maybe its becuase i overclock the PCI-E with Ntune,it ignores the pci-e-9600GT link.increasing the pci-e helps me go from 911 to 1025 and seems to make the video much more stable at any overclock.



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Yep--totally agree. That's why I was hoping to see an orb link, or some 3dmark06 scores (all stock, then cpu stock w/card OC'd, then cpu and card both OC'd)--that's a good way to know. Because if someone with, say, a Q6600 OC'd has his card, we can try to compare the scores and see if his CPU really is holding him back.
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ill get right on that
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awesome overclock + rep im way too scared to overclock my gts its factory oc so i just leave it as it is as for my quad it took me forever to get it over 2,8ghz in the end it was a bios degrade to 0608 on my board that got me the 3.0ghz i wanted :-D thanks to the help of the guys on here :-D
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The overclock for the pci-e dosent seem to do anything directly to my video card (by that i mean change and clocks).maybe its becuase i overclock the PCI-E with Ntune,it ignores the pci-e-9600GT link.increasing the pci-e helps me go from 911 to 1025 and seems to make the video much more stable at any overclock.





ill get right on that
I didn't post that first thing you have quoted in your previous post--might want to change that.

I look forward to seeing the 3dmark results! I get the feeling that the absolute performance you COULD get out of your card will be limited by your current CPU, but I highly doubt it'll affect actual gameplay. An AM2 X2 @ 3GHz is nothing to scoff at. Wish my previous 4400+ would hit 3GHz... Blah...
    
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The overclock for the pci-e dosent seem to do anything directly to my video card (by that i mean change and clocks).maybe its becuase i overclock the PCI-E with Ntune,it ignores the pci-e-9600GT link.increasing the pci-e helps me go from 911 to 1025 and seems to make the video much more stable at any overclock.
Thanks for answering, the Ntune doesn't increase clocks with PCIe frequency unlike BIOS.....hmm weird.
I've always wanted to run Ntune and see what it would do, but when I open it up to the Tune System section, under custom tune the PCIe and GPU is greyed out so I can't tune them.

Ntune isn't a really useful tool for most people because it's not that good, but in your case, it worked.

EDIT- Nevermind. I updated the control panel thing from Nvidia website and PCIe is not greyed out anymore. Don't really care about GPU, I've got Rivatuner for that.
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Wow you have the best 9600gt overclock I have ever seen. GJ.
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Thanks for answering, the Ntune doesn't increase clocks with PCIe frequency unlike BIOS.....hmm weird.
I've always wanted to run Ntune and see what it would do, but when I open it up to the Tune System section, under custom tune the PCIe and GPU is greyed out so I can't tune them.

Ntune isn't a really useful tool for most people because it's not that good, but in your case, it worked.
Basically, having a higher PCI-E bus speed allows for a higher overclock. This is generally true for overclocking most graphics cards, only not as dramatically as in the case with the 9600gt. For example, raising my PCI-E frequency to 104-105MHz in the BIOS allowed me to OC my gfx card higher than at stock PCI-E frequency. Going higher on a lot of boards can cause system instability, and at much higher frequencies can damage the card or other components (like HD's if using SATA)--but raising the PCI-E frequency doesn't change the card's gpu/memory clocks.
    
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Basically, having a higher PCI-E bus speed allows for a higher overclock. This is generally true for overclocking most graphics cards, only not as dramatically as in the case with the 9600gt. For example, raising my PCI-E frequency to 104-105MHz in the BIOS allowed me to OC my gfx card higher than at stock PCI-E frequency. Going higher on a lot of boards can cause system instability, and at much higher frequencies can damage the card or other components (like HD's if using SATA)--but raising the PCI-E frequency doesn't change the card's gpu/memory clocks.
SATA...I have two SATA DVD burners and a HDD.

Is it safe to assume that using Ntune to change the PCIe will keep it in a safe range? I ask this since programs like Ntune aren't supposed to end up frying a HDD. They do let you spend 12 hours analyzing your system though....
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OMG check this uber l33tsauce overclock out!

gpu-zhttp://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/gm76a/

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OMG check this uber l33tsauce overclock out!

gpu-zhttp://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/gm76a/

I cant even see the numbers on that.
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