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Overclocking An Old 6200

Vardz

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this is my vid card its pretty old
so i decided to oc it i couldnt find much info bout it so i thought i could get help from TPU :respect:
i've got it from my friend a time ago and i see that in the default memory clock is 250 but GPU is 500 is that an oc ? :-O
 

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#2
The memory speed reading is wrong. GPU-Z has a bug, usually with older cards. The bottom number shows the actual memory speed, the top number actually shows DDR speed, so it is double the actual.

I suggest you get rivatuner and try to unlock some of the pipes, that card can unlock to become a 6600.
 

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The memory speed reading is wrong. GPU-Z has a bug, usually with older cards. The bottom number shows the actual memory speed, the top number actually shows DDR speed, so it is double the actual.

I suggest you get rivatuner and try to unlock some of the pipes, that card can unlock to become a 6600.
ohh dude really ? :eek::eek::eek:
can u help me im kind of "new" in computing plz :respect::respect: