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Overclocked nvidia geforce gt 220 no fps increase playing Rift

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I overclocked my gt 220 from 625 core clock 1360 shader clock and 490 memory clock to 800 core 1740 shader and 640 memory clock. I have seen no fps increase and if anything have seen about a 5-8 fps decrease. When I change back to original settings the fps remains the same. Have i screwed my card or something, because now I get less fps in default settings also. Anyone know why this is? Thanks. (I also benchmarked Mafia 2 after reverting to original settings and I get less fps than i used to, overclocked theres no difference in that game either.

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AMD Athlon II X2 250 3.0Ghz
Nvidia geforece gt 220
4gb ram
post #2 of 10
Rift is a terrible test, as it's engine is terrible. No computer can max the game and maintain decent FPS. It's high preset graphical setting only sets the sliders at 75% or so for a reason.

I would try uninstalling the overclocking program all together, and then reinstalling drivers with a driver cleaner.
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Originally Posted by Murlocke;13128536 
I would try uninstalling the overclocking program all together, and then reinstalling drivers with a driver cleaner.

don't know why that would solve bad clock scaling on a GPU... confused.gif

best advice would be to use a program that is a consistent benchmark and doesn't have a terrible engine.
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Could it be that you need a stronger processor?

When playing games I've noticed that my CPU is pretty well used and I have a quad at 3.7ghz. You are running an athlon dual @3. So there is definitely a difference in performance.
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I'm stupid drunk, ignore this post. I started babbling about clock speeds and I don't know why, I blame alcohol.
Edited by Ascii Aficionado - 4/14/11 at 5:20pm
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The engine is a little wonky. I was getting no graphical difference at all between "high" settings and all sliders maxed, except for performance hit of course. I was also getting terrible pop-in even with all sliders maxed. I read into it a bit and downloaded this and put it in my rift folder.

http://www.newvegasnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=34778

It was a D3D9 fix for FO:NV which runs on the same engine as rift. It totally changed my game visually. All the textures look sharper, my performance improved, the pop-in stopped. I play with all sliders maxed and all settings on, except AF, which I force through NV control panel, and ai turn full screen FX off because it is a hideous bloom disaster. I average between 30-50 FPS with my sig rig.

Hope that helps.
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I'm stupid drunk, ignore this post. I started babbling about clock speeds and I don't know why, I blame alcohol.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfjtpp90lu8[/ame]
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfjtpp90lu8


ROFL @ the randomness of Ron Howard being in that video, It was like "Yo, it's a serious video about black movie stars partying, there's a famous black actor, there's another one, and another, then W T F Ron Howard with his big dorky smile and you realize it's a comedic video. I noticed Quincy Jones had a 3 second appearance too. That video looks serious until you listen to the lyrics. I can picture Forest Whitaker secretly being a freak at a party like that, going nuts and throwing alcohol around and having fun.

That video is pure awesome.
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