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Hi i rescently bought my nvidea and i wanted to overclock it but is there a tool for that like with ATI tool for nvidea? i really need to do it now is there anyone that can help me ?
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post #2 of 7
ATi tool will work w/ nvidia cards. You could also use Coolbits 2.0
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Personally I like Powerstrip (I use the free trial) its very easy to use
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If you use Riva Tuner you can change many perfornce settings!
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Personally, I like coolbits. Here is the link to download it:
http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=815
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as someone already said use powerstrip i used i all my older cards:
gf 2 mx200
GF 4 MX400\\420
GF FX5200
GF4 ti4200
    
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Originally Posted by mayers
as someone already said use powerstrip i used i all my older cards:
gf 2 mx200
GF 4 MX400\\420
GF FX5200
GF4 ti4200
Jep! Powerstrip is good! But be not risky with the clockrates cause Powerstrip don´t test anything!!!
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