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What temp shouldnt I go near a nVIDIA 6200 PCi

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I just bought the card afew weeks ago and
I felt like overclocking it so I can get better
performence. So doesanyone know any good
temps for this card?

Thanks in advance
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Well the lower the temperature the better , id say try and stay under 70c.
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Well what can I go for when I overclock now I got 350/410. Can I go any better?
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post #4 of 8
keep pushing the clocks higher until you see artifacts in games or benchmarks.

as for temps, nVidia cards are good up to 80C, so stay under 80C
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PCI?
i think you mean PCI-Express... or AGP but PCI?! its not that lame...
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Yeah theres a PCi version of the 6200 here.
So does anyone know any good area to go near?
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i got my 6200TC to 425/600, but it started to crap out.

Oh, and i suggest you take a goooooood look at your cards PCB and the marking on it. I bet my 6200 that its only got 128 or 64mb of memory on it...

TurboCache = **** amount of mem, but we lie and say it has plenty
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keep it under 90c thats when you start to worry, they can handle that..But for successfull oc'ing you have to continually run benchmarks with your new oc's (push it in increments or 5mhz on the core, and 10mhz on the mem) and check for artifacting in the games
    
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