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Well, I have been experimenting with my system tryin to pinpoint why my motherboard has reboot fits when i first attempt to turn it on.<br><br>
I havent had much luck with that, but i reinstalled both graphics cards and am re-overclocking them. I am wondering this:<br><br>
If i leave my core clock at its stock 506mhz, and oc my memory, i can get to about 1.21ghz from 1.01.. is this worth leave my core clock where it is? or will it hurt me more, or burn the cards out or anything?<br><br>
Also, is there a way to unlock pipelines on an msi nx6600gt?
 

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The anwser to unlock your card is no. But you can only know if you are hurting your card when you check the temperature settings. Also make sure fans always on under the overclock settings. Also using the latest drivers are the best way to keep up to speed. <a href="http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_2k_91.47.html" target="_blank">http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_2k_91.47.html</a> theres a link if you want to know. Good luck!
 

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</div>3DMark will tell you.
 
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