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With an app other than Overdrive, I don't have it availible with the HIS. I'm at 668.25 right now using driver level OCing with ATI Tray Tools. Anytime I try to up the memory, boom blue mesh looking screen. No biggie though, this card runs like a champ! Stock memory is clocked at 742.5 MHz, and it is the Samsung 1.4 ns BC14 memory here:

Kinda weird though, I would think that they would have the BC12 1.2 ns memory that is rated at 800 MHz, seeing as how my memory is now 42.5 MHz over the max frequency rating.....
http://www.samsung.com/Products/Semi...K4J55323QG.htm
 

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Nice try Duke buy anyways. OC at low level not driver level this is how I achieve my overclocks on the card.

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Ok, nevermind LOL! It wasn't the driver level OCing htat aws giving me issues, it was the low-level. I don't want to kill the hotkey poller because that will leave me with 2d voltages (or so I read), so I OCed with the driver level, and now I'm at 662/750, and I have reached my voltage limits of the card. I may be able to go a little more on the core, but only to 665 to be stable, I think. This is what I read in a review for this card.
 

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How the fan on yours? Is it loud? I can't even hear mine. =)

You have the pci-e version, correct?

Wonder what chips are on mine? (agp version). I didn't want to take it's big ass fan and heat sink (mine wraps around the card, wonder if they are all like that?).
Wasn't curious then, but now I am. =)
 

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I keep mine at %100, and I really can't hear it. I have an air filtration machine behind my PC, which is much louder than the video card.
 

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How the fan on yours? Is it loud? I can't even hear mine. =)

You have the pci-e version, correct?

Wonder what chips are on mine? (agp version). I didn't want to take it's big ass fan and heat sink (mine wraps around the card, wonder if they are all like that?).
Wasn't curious then, but now I am. =)

Google around for a review that took the HS off, that's how I found out what memory mine has....if not search some forums.
I have successfully overclocked my memory using Rivatuner to 823 MHz, then saving the profile with ATI Tray tools. This was with driver level OCing.
 
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