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HIS ATI Radeon X800 GTO (PCI-E 256 mb) (Not Ice-Q II)

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Drave, Aug 2, 2006.

  1. Drave New Member

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    Hi there,

    I've recently followed the steps on the techpowerup.com website and I've unlocked my card from 12 pipelines to 16! Cha-ching. :)

    Having said that, I also ran the max core and the max memory tests. Both of them eventually caused my monitor to turn black/lose the signal. Reboot fixed that no problem and ATiTool told the results and at what point the system crashed.

    The results were as follows:

    Max Core: Clocks set to: 546.00
    Max Memory: Closk set to: 615.85

    I've made the assumption that I can run my card overclocked a bit lower than that. Right now, I have it at 515/575. Any suggestions about this? Does it seem safe?

    The temperature idles at 39 and after playing Need For Speed: Most Wanted for a bit, it was up to 65.

    Thanks in advance for all comments! (PS: I'm a newbie overclocker, can you tell? :laugh:)
     
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    HIS ATI Radeon X800 GTO (PCI-E 256 mb) (Not Ice-Q II)

    so, its the classic one...

    for R423 chip, safe OC and runs prime stable @520/540 or 500/525

    for R480 chip, safe OC arround 550/550

    your card temps fine...
     

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