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Overclocked Radeon 9550se


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operation ivy

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hey, a couple days ago i was messing around with overclocking my radeon 9550se. i was using ATItool. i was finding max core and all of a sudden my whole comp just turned off. no shutdown screen, no nothing. now i cannot get it to start again. pushing the power button does nothing at all. it seems like i blew a fuse but i am not good with hardware so i have no idea how to fix this.

Any suggestions would help alot. i want to fix this quickly

Edited by operation ivy, 23 July 2005 - 09:21 PM.

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How much did you overclock it? Because if it was enough you could've blew your power supply. If not I'm assuming something in your case overheated...

-spudZ :tazz:
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hmm if i recall correctly the starting core was at 250 and it was up around 400-430.... lol i guess its my stupid fault for watching the tv rather then my monitor
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oh yeah and the starting memory was 250 and it was up around 330.
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