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9800 256mb 128bit

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by mizio57, Nov 28, 2004.

  1. mizio57 New Member

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    I've ati 9800 256mb 128bit Hynix 3.3ns, only 4 pipe active, how to active all pipe (8) and or trasform in 9800pro
     
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    Hi! My name is the search button! Click me and put in your keywords and go!
     
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    Arg im sick of all these nooobtastic questions!!!! I hate it when people tell me to search forums, but i must admit you should! There are entire threads dedicated to hwo to unlock 9800 pipes!
     
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    go "home"....it's there
     
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    as if you weren't a noob once?................ be kind you people, this is what forums are for...
     
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    there's a certain thing called common sense. it does get really annoying especially when every other question in the oc forum is "how do i unlock 9x00 pipelines" or "how do i overclock" or "how do i get rid of driver locks."
     
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    What we really need is a big sign right above the forums main page that says "N00bs click here" and it will have alll the answers to n00b questions.

    I sent W1zzard a pm about this but I dont think he got it.
     
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    When I was a n00b I didnt go and post stuff like this, I went and browsed a little handy tool called "GOOGLE" for 9550 OC'ing and found out stuff.
     

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