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riva tuner help

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how do i do the auto overclock? the setting that sets the best overclock for your system automatically? thanks
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Kick me if im wrong, but i think its the same as unlocking a 6800 series card.

Heres the link.
http://www.overclock.net/faqs/14685-...ck-6800-a.html

Opps. Read Outlaw

After install of Rivatuner. Go back to your Nvidia properties and change it in there. There should be a auto and manual O/C box to check. Just make sure you set it to 3d before applying. At the bottom off that section there will be a auto detect button.
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After you install riva tuner you need to click enable over clock and it basically installs cool bits.

From there you can OC manually or auto OC from the nVidia control pannel

IE: right click desktop, go into advanced display settings. You should see a clock and frequency settings tab. An your set
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