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I am using RivaTuner to OC my EVGA Geforce 6800 GT to 424/1140. I know my core clock is good but think I can make my Memory speed go higher?
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Why not just carry on tweaking, and making small increases, until you see weird stuff, then back it off a bit. Keep an eye on idle & load temps. I OC'ed my 6200 (LMAO!) and when ever it hit 70C it would crash BF2. But my card is ****. But, yeh go higher!
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Ok, I think I can get it to around 1170
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post #4 of 8
use coolbits and just do as moxcious said increse it slowly i running my FX5500 at 335/521 (270/400stock)
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I have my BGF at 415 and 1200 right now and it's doing fine on stock cooling, But I'm using powerstrip
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lone136
I have my BGF at 415 and 1200 right now and it's doing fine on stock cooling, But I'm using powerstrip
Wow, I never knew my old card could clock that high
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It's doing very well. I just think I may need better cooling. I have a tread asking for input
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I have a custom Zalman cooler on it and it seems to do fine around 1170. I thought that is was locking up when I was gaming but that was my RAM divider up to high
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