Overclocking

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Prolly been asked or somthing but to lazy to find :oops: .
How do u over clock ur video card? i have a Nvidia Geforce4 mx4000 128mb.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Most likely in the BIOS or your video card manufacturer may have included overclocking software. Search the internet and you should find some information.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Use the drivers from http://www.omegadrivers.net

I'm pretty sure they all come with overclocking utilities.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You can use:

1. the Coolbits regestry crack
2. 3rd party overlcoking software like RivaTuner http://www.guru3d.com/rivatuner/
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i use a program called easy tune 4 by gigabyte. its works fine .
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what does over clocking a graphics card do ??? the on ly thing i know will happen is that it will increse the heat and dat aint good
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Skirge wrote:
what does over clocking a graphics card do ??? the on ly thing i know will happen is that it will increse the heat and dat aint good


It increases the frame rate of game (usually) how ever your best upgrading to something with a bit more power.
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You can actually get a 333 mhz card to run in the high 400's...:flame:


Under a hundred :onfire: for a card that can run similar to an over $300 card. Of course there is a risk :explodesmilie: ...

:microwave:



Pick your expression...:microwave2:
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Lefty wrote:
You can actually get a 333 mhz card to run in the high 400's...:flame:


Under a hundred :onfire: for a card that can run similar to an over $300 card. Of course there is a risk :explodesmilie: ...

:microwave:



Pick your expression...:microwave2:


OMG those smileys are too darn cute hehe
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I was really trying to get my point accross that the card WILL be hot!!!
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who needs words. Lets get back on topic. What have people blown up cos I have never managed it?
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I'm sorry but I don't understand your question...are you asking what someone has blown up with over clocking??
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Lefty wrote:
I'm sorry but I don't understand your question...are you asking what someone has blown up with over clocking??


yes
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As far as I know the most that has ever happened is to smoke a proc...and that was from a Maximum PC reader...

Anyone else hear of things exploding from being OC'd

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