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i'm being cheap right now and can't afford a good graphics card at the moment, so i'm just trying to get a little more boost out of my onboard Radeon HD 3300 on the ASUS M4A78T-E motherboard. just to get things straight, all i really have to do is raise the core clock right? and if i raise it enough that it becomes unstable, which voltage would i want to raise to try to get it stable again?
(it is currently stock at 500MHz)

mobo - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131366
 

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AFAIK, you can't oc an on-board GPU chipset.

I could be wrong though...someone will correct me I'm sure...
 

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AFAIK, you can't oc an on-board GPU chipset.

I could be wrong though...someone will correct me I'm sure...


i know i can change the core clock, because i have already gone into it, and it lets me raise or lower the core clock, and i can also overclock the sideport memory of it (which is 128MBs at 1333MHz).... and the only option that the graphics GPU has by itself is the voltage for the memory, i can only raise that from 1.50 to 1.60 though, if i need to.
 

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i know i can change the core clock, because i have already gone into it, and it lets me raise or lower the core clock, and i can also overclock the sideport memory of it (which is 128MBs at 1333MHz).... and the only option that the graphics GPU has by itself is the voltage for the memory, i can only raise that from 1.50 to 1.60 though, if i need to.

Ahh...see...I learn something new everyday...
 

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you can rase the core clock of i to oc it, but there is no volage control for it, and i warn you know, make sure the chip has a heatsink on it, they nomaly run a bit hot anyways, if you oc it and dont have enough cooling you might fry your onboard or worst if somthing shorts....
 
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