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Originally Posted by Action Trey!
go to the "run" option in the START menu and put in "regedit", once you open this window look on the sidebar and go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARENVIDIA CorporationGlobalNVTweak" once your there see if there is a line that says coolbits ... if htere is then i can't tell you wants wrong except maybe your doing something wrong, if not , '[right click on the little widnow where the rest of the file lines are and go to add a new "DWORD value" once you do this name it "coolbits" without the quotation marks, then right click on COOLBITs and go to modify. change the value data to "3" and click ok. reboot your system and then right click on your display and go to the nvidia display option on the right there will be a new tab in the advanced settings called "Clock fequencies" , you can now overclock your gpu =] -trey

Yeah thats the hardway that some overclocking sites listed and i just followed the process...thanks a bunch. However, I also noticed that they recently released a version of Forceware(83.60) that seems to be Dell specific...so Im d/l it before I reboot.

Again, thanks for the help.
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