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Largo

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i would like to know a good program to use for overclocking, my friend told me but hes a crack so i dont know if u could trust him.

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Using a program would be the best for beginner.

Try RivaTuner 2.0 it will work, and will support both ati and nvidia.

http://downloads.gur...oad.php?det=163



If you have an Nvidia try the coobits 2.0 on the same site listed above
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Thanks, its great.
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warriorscot

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Clockgen for system overclocking. Try the overclocks in clockgen test the stablilty then work your way up to that clock in bios.
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Yeah making shure you wanted to oc your video card and not the cpu.

I just guessed that you were talking about your video card. LOL


If you want a system oc program try what warriorscot said.

Clockgen

Edited by jrm20, 13 August 2005 - 06:05 PM.

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Yeaa, i dont really get the clockgen thing, but ill figure it out. But help would be nice :tazz:
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I think they were a couple of others i tried but that was the best i tried, as always bios is the best way to overclock.
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Clockgen for system overclocking. Try the overclocks in clockgen test the stablilty then work your way up to that clock in bios.

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Where can you get that? And overclocking your video card? Im a pure newb at this, I only just started learning so....I think I'll try it on my old computer first!! Can where can I get some more info on the Rivatuner?
Regarsd RockyIV

Edited by RockyIV, 19 August 2005 - 06:04 PM.

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I think we need to make a big banner on this site that says just two words.
GOOGLE IT . google search will direct you to most answers you will ever need.
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