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OMG, 460 SE support. <3

1000MHz core, here I come.
Oh man, I didnt even notice that lol.
post #12 of 14
I'm glad they are updating this. I hate rivatuner and all its little clones. We OC our PC's in the bios, why wouldn't we OC our cards in their BIOS? You have to have yet another background process running that we gamers just don't need, in order to run those little rivatuner apps. The less you have in your RAM, the better your game will run. So I'll be glad if they can make this replace those.
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Is it pretty easy to use? I've only used MSI Afterburner to OC my cards. If this is fairly simple I'll try it out. If not then I can make due with 740MHz OC
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I hate rivatuner and all its little clones. We OC our PC's in the bios, why wouldn't we OC our cards in their BIOS?
Because in most cases there is simply no point. The only real benefits to VGA BIOS overclocking are sometimes being able to adjust voltages when the driver can't, and to extend the possible range of clocks than what the driver allows (which is often +/- x% of the frequency set by the BIOS). There is no additional system overhead from running software overclocking utilities because once the clock is set you can kill the application. That or you could just let it run and waste a couple of MB of RAM.
    
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