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Thread: OC'ing sans Extra Cooling




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    I'm lazy. I was wondering how far I can safely OC my Leadtek GeForce Ti200 without extra cooling. It's not that I don't know how to add the fan, it's just that I don't feel like getting the parts.

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    Please not everyone at once!

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    ok just overclock it slowly and after every change run 3d mark 2001se look for slow downs or little white dots or it will just crash and you reboot lol
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    No one can give ya a proper answer to that and yes ya'll just have to try it for ya self as already stated above as someone may tell ya their speeds but they also may have the best one around while you on the other hand may have the biggest POS one goin'. Just take the speeds up 5MHz at a time and test each time and when ya start havin' probs just backoff to the last good settin'. : peace2:
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    Just raise the FSB a couple mhz at a time. When you start getting random reboots and artifacts take it back a bit.
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

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