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FetusCakeMix 10th August, 2004 10:41 PM

Overclocking a TI-4200...
 
I downloaded NVHP, and before I start messing with stuff, what would be a good amount to OC it? I've got a Thermaltake heatsink on my card. It was only about $15, so I'm not sure how much it will help in the OC process. But, what should I start with?

System specs in case you need them..

P4, 2ghz.
1gb GEIL PC3200 RAM.
Intel D865GBF board.

marcofra2000 10th August, 2004 11:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FetusCakeMix
I downloaded NVHP, and before I start messing with stuff, what would be a good amount to OC it? I've got a Thermaltake heatsink on my card. It was only about $15, so I'm not sure how much it will help in the OC process. But, what should I start with?

System specs in case you need them..

P4, 2ghz.
1gb GEIL PC3200 RAM.
Intel D865GBF board.

What I do is increase the core/memory speed by increments of 5 until it's unstable, then I back it up. Run 3dmark03 to check for instability. This method has worked for me.


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