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ATI 9100 IGP can you overclock it or make it faster?


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dannyb46

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Well i have an ati 9100 IGP not that great will be changing it to a 9800 pro or x800 gto soon. In the meantime im looking to make my 9100 quicker, so can it be overcloked or made quicker?

Any Suggestions?!
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well i have two overclocking programs

rivia tuner
http://www.guru3d.com/rivatuner/

and ati tool
http://www.techpowerup.com/atitool/

i think the ati tool will be better for you but u can try both programs
ati tool automatically finds the highest clock rates for both your GPU and the memory it takes a while but it is good automatically finding artifacts and it also heats up the card to see if the temps are safe or not

remember that GFX cards can't be overclocked all that much
there are limits

i have overclocked my ATi radeon 9550 to these settings using rivia tuner
310Mhz from 200Mhz GPU
250Mhz memory from 200Mhz

i have got them higher but the card has a pretty small and crappy heatsink and fan on it so i dont want to push it to much i normally run it at thoose specs when playing battlefield 2 and stuff but really i would love to upgrade the card but im so pooor right at the moment lol

thoose programs should work but also download
3Dmark03
and look for artifacts yourself

this will show you the performance of your card aswell

i hope this helps,
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actually scratch all of that i dont think that you can overclock an igp
sorry i should have done more research maybe someone else here might no sorry for that,
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