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X1300 PCI-E Program crashes

Discussion in 'ATITool Bug Reports' started by gun_victim7, Feb 28, 2006.

  1. gun_victim7 New Member

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    I have the sapphire X1300, Added 2 more heatsinks and 3 fans want to convert into a x1300 pro and then some. but no matter what i do the program randomly freezes, iam also trying beta14 and ive tried others. 3d view show yellow smudges that dont move, around edges of squares orriginal placement.




    Windows Xp Pro 64-bit Sp1
    Athlon 64 3700+ @ 2.65GHz
    asus A8N-E PCI-E x2
    1 gig kingston ddr 2.5-3-3-9 2T
    X1300 x16 512 Converting to PRO
    200GB SATA 1.5GB/s Large access mode
    27"viewsonic LCD w/h 7.1 surround
    450watt power supply and 9 different fans all in the right places. max reported temp 38*CPU
     
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    New Overclocking problem. X1300

    i used powerstrip and set core 600 and mem 400 it was perfectly stable no problems at all. got a score of 97 on NTUNE. but then trial ended early for some reason? dont know why. so iam using atitool. but ati tool messes up at higher clock rates, example

    find max mem - 345Mhz screen becomes unstable even with core still at 450, screen display "OUT OF RANGE"

    Find max Core - 560MHz while mem at 250 and i get same problems screens starts ?vibrating?

    i believe it has something thing to do with the divider? mem to core ratio? but iam no computer software speacialist.

    using beta 13 on X1300 PCI-E 512 x16 with 64-bit OS SP1. please help
     
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    try reinstalling those heatsinks...I know that heatsinks sound all good, but a random short can KILL a good card.
     

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