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thehandler 16th December, 2001 07:22 AM

FSB tweaking vs board tweaking
Here is something I have always wondered about. In another thread, some of you are helping me with tweaking my Radeon graphics card. I just thought of something. I have been playing around with overclocking the memory and engine speeds within the program PowerStrip. And now thanks to your suggestions, I just dowloaded and am about to install Radeon Tweaker.
What happens when you oc the mem and eng. as I am doing by way of a program, then on top of that, you are oc'ing the entire system by way of FSB? The normal interface for the AGP slot is 67mhz but may be running in the low seventees while overclocking. How do these 2 things affect each other? Mike

Superman 16th December, 2001 07:52 AM

Hmmm, that's a good question. I don't know. But I still think your card should make it to 180Mhz at least.

Pinky 16th December, 2001 04:03 PM

I don't think anything {i]bad[/i] happens, devices are designed to handle out of spec bus speeds (to a certain point they're "tolerant").

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