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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by LMS-Chef, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. LMS-Chef New Member

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    I am rather new to this. I have softmenu by Abit on my Motherboard and i have used AtiTool to overclock but I am now getting interested in flashing my 9800 to an xt. I have flashed my motherboard bios many times so that part dosen't scare me but in a way it still does. I have a CMOS reset jumper on my board. AtiTool shows I do have 8 pipelines active, but my core and memory clocks are down to an SE speed. Is Atitool all that i need to use or should I flash it with the XT bios. Do I download a bios for the XT and flash it in? :confused: Any suggestions and guidence would be much appreciated. Thanks Ok i think I know what over clocking does now. You download the bios for the card but have it set to a higher speed. The only advntage between it and using AtiTool is it is always on and your not running another program right?
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    Urlyin Senior Moderator

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    What core does ATITool say you have? ...
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    324 core 290 mem
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    Urlyin Senior Moderator

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    If you open ATITool it will tell you the GPU core like R350 or R360
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    r350
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    I don't think the R350 core is going to mod to a XT ... I believe it has to be a R360 core ... :(

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