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Multiple Overclocking Programs-Problem


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Slipery

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Hey, I am having a bit of a problem with my computer.. I have several overclocking programs such as Coolbits, RivaTuner, Ntune, and Powerstrip. I orginially was overclocking with Coolbits, and everything was working perfectly. However, I installed the other programs after I had done some overclocking and after I installed one of these programs I had to restart my computer. When I restarted my computer, I ran 3dMark 05 and my score was even lower then my original 3D mark score when I had no overclocking! My computer performance decreased.. The thing is, I look at these overclocking programs and they all show different Core and memory clock speeds :/ Whats going on? how do I fix this? Should have probably looked into this, but now my computer is more screwed up then when I started..

Ps: I also mistakedly changed my memory clock speed from 300- 850 at one point, pressed apply, and rand 3dmark 05.. Of course everything looked really screwy. Do you think this damaged any computer parts at all?

Edited by Slipery, 26 January 2007 - 10:56 PM.

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hi,

have you set the bios back to load optimal defaults

cheers...xxx1
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how would I do that?
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