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Getting the most out of my 5200

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Hello all.

I'm a newbie to overclocking and to this forum and would be grateful for your help. I'm also partially sighted, so if any of this has already been posted please do forgive me.

I have an Asus v9250 FX5200 128MB card and would like to squeeze as much out of it as possible. My simple question is, given that this is not exactly the latest card, how do i go about doing this and what can I expect?

I'm currently just using the default drivers that came on the Asus CD.

Current system spec:
2.67ghz, 1GB RAM, WinXP Pro, Asrock P4V88 motherboard.

Cheers.

Hussein.
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Download Coolbits here. It's an overclocking utility for Nvidia cards. Just double click the file in the setup folder. Once it's installed right click on the desktop and go into Settings and click the Advanced button at the bottom. You should see a tab for your card at this point, and in that tab there will be plenty of options for overclocking.
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