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whats the highest core and memory an ati radeon 9250SE on pci slot should be overclocked to? im using the ATITool 0.25beta tools
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It depends. You should really find that out yourself.
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whats the worst that could happen to my video card if i do it wrong or to high?

also is there any patern or relation between the core and memory to be brought up?
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RAM clock is higher than GPU clock on vid. cards. There really isn't a definite ratio, but it's good to go up little by little for both frequencies.

The very worst that can happen is frying of equipment if you don't have the proper hardware (mobo and PSU), otherwise you'll just see artifacts (choppy pixels).
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Uh... go up one at time so you can see which one is holding you back. If you do both you wont know which one is causing instability or artifacts.
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i did the find max core and it crashed my computer. anybody know why it would do that? maybe im using some low end software? anyone got any recommendations for a new software?
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RAM clock is higher than GPU clock on vid. cards. There really isn't a definite ratio, but it's good to go up little by little for both frequencies.

The very worst that can happen is frying of equipment if you don't have the proper hardware (mobo and PSU), otherwise you'll just see artifacts (choppy pixels).
for real on my 9250 from my old dell (embarrsing) the core was at 320MHz and the ram was at 241MHz stable but it was DDR so what would it be 481MHz... And thats as high as i got it stable DELL sucks
    
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