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HI! First of all i wanna say that i'm new in overlocking and new in this forum! I have one "small" problem: My VGA is overclocking very bad... I'm using WinFox software to overclock it (There are two Modes 2D & 3D), but this program is working little bit CRAZY. So I open Speed Runner panel with GPU and Memory Clocks and set 402/1000 Mhz in 2D Mode and 425/1000 Mhz in 3D mode, then quit speed runner. After that I begin playin' Need for Speed Most Wanted and after few minutes i begin to see incrdebile things! Few game's textures (Road and envoriment textures) are gone crazy! Blur, black and etc. Then I minimaze game and look my GPU temperature: It's 74 C! Then I quckly check my GPU and Memory clocks - 3D mode clocks are same as 2D mode! And this thing are happening again and again... AND again... So what'a F*** is going on? I think it's problem with my WinFox software, cuz 2D clocks are turning as same as 3D clocks. Or maybe I'm not right? Maybe it's problem with my VGA? Please answer me this question especialy those who have WinFox and 6800 Ultra..
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Winfox? Is that WinFast's own overclocking software?

I highley reccomend using DNA drivers for thier increased performance and Coolbits overclocking options. The wierd colors you are seeing are called artifacts, they happen when you overclock to far for your current cooling. The neat thing about coolbits is that it automaticly overclocks your card to it's max without you having to sit there and do it yourself. I'd uninstall your current drivers, reboot, then install the DNA ones. Then let it overlcokc for you off of the Nvidia Control Panel and see if that makes the artifacts go away.
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Yeah winfox is own WinFast overclocking and more software.. But i'm first hear about DNA Drivers! this is drivers for both nVidia and ATI AGPs isn it? Can you me explain is better to use these drivers than official? What is difference in these drivers?
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u should try to forget about the 2d mode..always go with the 3d mode..and try tuning ur clock down and see what happens

well first u got to "play" with ur drivers a lil..find the ones that most fits and works best for ur card

then i would use NVtweak..found at guru3d.com in the download section..has everything like temp and overclocking..u should be good then..post ur results
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