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as pictured in my screen shot. i set my card to 631/1587/1014 in precision, yet for some reason when i run ati tool, it doesnt set the clocks that high, on the left side of precision, it shows the clocks running at a slower speed. any ideas why? second question, why do i artifact when i push anything higher than it is currently set if my temps are only at 73 ish?
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what nvidia driver do you have installed? ATI tool may not support it if you installed the latest one.

I updated my driver and it broke atitool
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ATi tool doesn't read Nvidia cards all the time. Evga Precision on my computer also reads the clocks a little differently too, like yours. Just use GPU-Z to see if the clocks were applied.

Oh, and bump ever 24 hours please
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i have the most recent, but its not ati tool, its precision wich is made by evga
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ok thanks
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as pictured in my screen shot. i set my card to 631/1587/1014 in precision, yet for some reason when i run ati tool, it doesnt set the clocks that high, on the left side of precision, it shows the clocks running at a slower speed. any ideas why? second question, why do i artifact when i push anything higher than it is currently set if my temps are only at 73 ish?
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yea i meant that precision doesnt read them that high. btw, does anyone know the answer to my second question. why am i artifacting if i push any higher if my temps arent that high. and lastly is this a good overclock? (see screenshot below)
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http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/1362...oc-thread.html
Edited by ImmortalKenny - 6/4/08 at 10:42am
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IMHO artifacting has nothing to do with temperature. It has everything to do with setting a clock higher than the hardware can handle. Adding voltage (volt modding) will allow a slightly higher overclock at the expense of running hotter (why some watercool their cards)
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