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about overclocking (memory and core clocks)
#1
hi there i want to know how much is your graphics card memory and core clock beacuse i recetly do a mega overclock to my graphics card and i wanna know if its goodin comparision with yours Tongue
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#2
Well, it's pointless a bit without you telling us what graphic card exactly that is you just overclocked Wink
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#3
Yeah some cards overclock real good some others just cant give more than their defaults, really depends a lot from type of card Tongue

Mine's overclocked 20% on memory and barely 7% on core, 650/900 @ 700/1080, really dont want to push it harder on core as it's getting hot as it is and memory is almost at it's tops without artifacting, but I know 9600gt ones tend to get higher but I just cant afford a better cooler.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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(09-04-2009, 09:33 AM)Shadow Lady Wrote: Yeah some cards overclock real good some others just cant give more than their defaults, really depends a lot from type of card Tongue

Mine's overclocked 20% on memory and barely 7% on core, 650/900 @ 700/1080, really dont want to push it harder on core as it's getting hot as it is and memory is almost at it's tops without artifacting, but I know 9600gt ones tend to get higher but I just cant afford a better cooler.

9600GT's a nice overclocker... My 4780x2 won't overclock fo' shiz lol.
AMD Phenom II 940 @ 3.6GHZ, 4GB PC8500 @ 1100MHZ, 4870x2 @ Stock.
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(09-04-2009, 10:50 AM)Sythedragon Wrote: 9600GT's a nice overclocker... My 4780x2 won't overclock fo' shiz lol.

like you need to overclock it anyway ;p
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(09-04-2009, 11:02 AM)nataq01 Wrote:
(09-04-2009, 10:50 AM)Sythedragon Wrote: 9600GT's a nice overclocker... My 4780x2 won't overclock fo' shiz lol.

like you need to overclock it anyway ;p

Lol, good point.
AMD Phenom II 940 @ 3.6GHZ, 4GB PC8500 @ 1100MHZ, 4870x2 @ Stock.
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#7
Overclocking RAM is pointless, go for shaders and core first, then attempt memory, but don't expect miracles with memory overclocking.
Link shaders and core, unless you can get more from either one unlinked.

My 9800GT is 600 Core, 1500 Shaders, 900 Mem, stock. Overclocked, I use Rivatuner and a few profiles for different games/emulators. On games I use 675 core, 1687 shader, 950 mem. On emulators, slightly less demanding on the GPU, I use 650 core, 1625 shaders, 950 mem.

Just test settings around 5-10mhz a time, and don't go crazy or you'll get some nice graphical effects for free!!
Intel E7500 @ 4.00ghz 400 fsb / Asus P5QL Pro / 4Gb Kingston RAM / PNY nvidia 9800GT 512Mb / Creative X-Fi Music 24 / Vista 64 SP2/
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DKTronics:
Ram clock is what limits my fps the most in heavy GSdx scenes Wink
And this is with a gtx260, it has like 110GB/s default ><

Ah yeah, I got my card from 576 / 1242 / 999 (core / shader / mem) to
783 / 1566 / 1269.
Rather massive overclock, thanks to watercooling and the freely selectable voltage on these cards Smile
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(09-04-2009, 05:04 PM)rama Wrote: DKTronics:
Ram clock is what limits my fps the most in heavy GSdx scenes Wink
And this is with a gtx260, it has like 110GB/s default ><

Ah yeah, I got my card from 576 / 1242 / 999 (core / shader / mem) to
783 / 1566 / 1269.
Rather massive overclock, thanks to watercooling and the freely selectable voltage on these cards Smile

Oh, no doubt. But have a google around for GPU RAM overclocking and you'll find the gains are almost non existent. I really don't see much, if anything in games going from 900 to even 1000mhz on my RAM, and at 1440x900 it's not as if I'm really GPU limited.
Intel E7500 @ 4.00ghz 400 fsb / Asus P5QL Pro / 4Gb Kingston RAM / PNY nvidia 9800GT 512Mb / Creative X-Fi Music 24 / Vista 64 SP2/
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#10
i have a 7300 gs 256mb ddr2 and i do a massive huge overclock from default clock 550 to 705,and memory from 405 to 900 O.o someone tell me if it get a chance of work as a better card, an 8000 maybe
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