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Under the 7600GT menu...I go to the "Clock Frequency Settings" tap and then click on "detect optimal frequencies." After that, half way through the detecting faze, the screan blacks out then returns to normal settings. Why is this? I have coolbits loaded.<img src="/images/smilies/mad.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Mad" class="inlineimg" />
 

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It's altering your monitors refresh rate
 

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</div>but that goes from 70 to 65 and the Core and memory speeds stay the same...
 

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It happens to me i just change the refresh rate back to what it was. Although saying that you have an LCD, so all it's doing is changing clock rates and turns the screen off and on while in does it's transition
 

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Try another set of drivers.
 

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Should I up the voltage?
 

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The only way to up the voltage is if you do a physical volt mod, and really the best way to overclock is just bump stuff up in 5mhz intervals and check for artifacting. Usually the 'auto detect' does not do the best job, or at least that is what I have found.
 
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