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Ropey but have the same cpu but a differnt motherboard, can i acheive the same results, i have had over 4ghz before but i recvently changed my graphics card from a 6600 silenced to a 7600GT now when i overclock with this new gfx card sometimes my screen goes funny in windows or when i open a game and i have to reboot. Also do you know what the max twmp for a 7600GT is cause mine is at 50, and i would like to overclock it somehow.
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Hello,

@ Ropey
I did just as you said and WALLAH windows booted at 3.990GHZ. The only problem I had was that my network card was no longer detected... Im guesing it had something to do with the overclock because once i brought it back to stock speeds it was all fixed.

Do you by any chance know what settings I have to change in my bios to prevent my network card from dying at this high overclock?

Maybe this screen shot will help someone determine what settings i have to change to prevent my network card from dropping out:


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The only problem I had was that my network card was no longer detected
Have you set your PCI-e to 100MHz? Also set your PCI to 33MHz. If so and you are still finding problems with your onboard ethernet I would then deactivate the ethernet in the BIOS and install a PCI ethernet adapter. This problem could be a PCI-e one as they are coming out now. You might wish to try setting your PCI-e to 101MHz as some boards do not lock at 100MHz.

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I have the same cpu but a differnt motherboard, can i acheive the same results, i have had over 4ghz before but i recvently changed my graphics card from a 6600 silenced to a 7600GT now when i overclock with this new gfx card sometimes my screen goes funny in windows or when i open a game and i have to reboot. Also do you know what the max twmp for a 7600GT is cause mine is at 50, and i would like to overclock it somehow.
Have you removed your previous graphics drivers? I would use the "Driver Cleaner" from Driver Heaven and completely remove all instances of your video card drivers.

http://www.drivercleaner.net/professional.html

Then do an install of the default drivers from Nvidia, not any second party drivers. No overclock. Does this problem still occur.


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Have you set your PCI-e to 100MHz? Also set your PCI to 33MHz. If so and you are still finding problems with your onboard ethernet I would then deactivate the ethernet in the BIOS and install a PCI ethernet adapter. This problem could be a PCI-e one as they are coming out now. You might wish to try setting your PCI-e to 101MHz as some boards do not lock at 100MHz.
Thanks for your speedy reply. I will try this as soon as possible and tell you how it goes.
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