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post #41 of 58
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Originally Posted by LJC UK View Post
On EVGA i can't move the Shaders or Fan Speed Bar at all

also when i'm running Scan for artifacts on ATITool and i move the core bar on EVGA it does seem to change anything
The sahders and fan speed is normal. IIRC you can't adjust shaders or fan speed on that GPU. The ATITool scanner is not meant to change. It just stresses the GPU. So when you increase the core clock any glitches (caused by a failed overclock) will appear as yellow 'dots'. Just slowly increase the core slider in 10mhz incriments until you see dots on the atitool scan window, when you see them stop, and back the core slider down 10mhz or so. Also check the temp in ATITool to make sure the card isn't running too hot.
post #42 of 58
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So i'm raising the core on EVGA? do i have to apply eveytime i raise it?
post #43 of 58
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Originally Posted by LJC UK View Post
So i'm raising the core on EVGA? do i have to apply eveytime i raise it?
Yeah I think you do have to hit apply. Just start with the core, once you have found the max core, start on overclocking the memory. Make sure you scan for artifacts for 2-3mins after every slider increase.
post #44 of 58
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What about find max core & find max mem on the the ATITool?
post #45 of 58
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Originally Posted by LJC UK View Post
What about find max core & find max mem on the the ATITool?
Well, that does it all for you. Its easy, but it goes too far. It will probably give you an unstable overclock because it goes higher than I would do manually. You could do that just to get an idea of how far s too far. If you do try that feture click 'settings' in the bootom right of atitool. Then choose 'artfact scanning' from the dropdown box at the top. And move the slider at the bottom of the window all the way to the left (lower overclock)
Keep an eye on ATITools artifact scanner if you choose to automatically find max.
post #46 of 58
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i think i can take it all the way to its max (720) without seeing yellow dots, the Graphics card is running at 68-70C is that to hot? when i put my hand near the Graphics card i can feel the heat kickin out of it
post #47 of 58
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Originally Posted by LJC UK View Post
i think i can take it all the way to its max (720) without seeing yellow dots, the Graphics card is running at 68-70C is that to hot? when i put my hand near the Graphics card i can feel the heat kickin out of it
Are you sure. Did you use the automatic overclock thing on ATITool. That temperature is fine. Are you scanning for artifacts or just running the 3d rotating demo thing. A screenshot would be nice if you could get one .
Edited by coffeejunky - 5/31/08 at 9:53am
post #48 of 58
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I'm sure i managed to get it running at 720 but i must be wrong, think these are the best clocks for my Graphics card any higher and i start getting errors on ATITool but i dont see any yellow dots:

post #49 of 58
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Originally Posted by LJC UK View Post
I'm sure i managed to get it running at 720 but i must be wrong, think these are the best clocks for my Graphics card any higher and i start getting errors on ATITool but i dont see any yellow dots:

That is still a very good overclock. You need to make sure that the settings are set to be applied at system startup otherwise you will lose them. You may also want to start a 30minute scan using the ATITool artifact scanner for a test of full stability.
post #50 of 58
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So far its been running for 13mins, How do i set to apply lol? At this rate my Graphics card isn't going to last to long is it lol, do u think theres a chance i can play black and white 2 with this overclock?

Thanks for all your help
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