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Finding max core temps

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Mass Murderer, Jan 25, 2005.

  1. Mass Murderer New Member

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    Just wondering where it says my max core temp when i try and run it...like does it set it up automatically..or does it tell me the speed it's on when it's finding it somewhere i just don't see...and is their a button i could click or check so it'll load up my overclocked profile automatically on startup??
     
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    If you are using ATITool there are two sliders, one for core and the other for memory. When finding max core, the slider will increase the core speed by small increments, checking for artifacts as it goes, then it will do a burn test. If no artifacts are found, then it will keep repeating the cycle. When artifacts appear, the core is reduced slightly until you get to a point that there are no artifacts and it is pretty stable. That's my understanding anyway. Hope this helps.
     

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