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Big problem with overclocking of 9800SE

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Ben_jamin0

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I uinstalled the softmodded driver and then when i had a look on ati tools it had worked it opend another 4 pipelines! But nowwhenever i click on something or even worse when i play a game all of these wierd green grid things come up!! :confused:

help please!
Cheers, Ben
 
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Ben_jamin0

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no it doesnt...Probably no fix for it ill put the old drive back on yea??

Edit Now in ati tool it says no artifacts and yet still has the checkored board effect!??
 
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The reason the 9800SE's have only 4 pipes is because the other 4 are defective, so they cant achieve 9800pro spec, so the manufacturers disable 4 pipes and sell it as a 9800SE.
 

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wazzledoozle said:
The reason the 9800SE's have only 4 pipes is because the other 4 are defective, so they cant achieve 9800pro spec, so the manufacturers disable 4 pipes and sell it as a 9800SE.

Not all the time. There are plenty of fully working 9800 chips with disabled 4 pipes. So tey are also sold as 9800se so if u unloick 4 pipes you have a fully working 9800pro /non pro