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Thread: HELP TO OVERCLOCK FX 5200




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    I use the lastest forceware driver, and i try to use the overclocking utility that comes with it, and each time i restart my computer, my GPU clock goes back to default MHz but my memory stays like i setted, is there a way to set the GPU MHZ so it never changes back !?!?!?

    default GPU: 250 mhz
    default memory: 400 mhz

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    Odd... is this going to be the same as the Coolbits registry hack for nVidia based drivers? If not, then give that a go and see if that works out any better for you.
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    Well, first of all. How high were you setting it? If it was too high then the card may have a safety mechanism that will reset the frequency if it's too dangerous.

    Second did you select the "Apply these settings at startup" tab and then hit apply. If not, then it won't keep your settings when you turn off the machine.

    If non of those are the case, then try this http://www.guru3d.com/index.php?page=nvhardpage&menu=5, it should lock the settings once you have things setup the way you want them.

    Hope that helps.

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    i've got it now, thx a lot :D

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    No prob, glad to help 8) .

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    now i changed my clocks and its MUCH MUCH BETTER

    i setted the GPU to : 300 mhz
    and the memory clock to : 430 mhz

    i see no artifacts at all !!! :twisted:

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    Congrats dude :thumb: .

    I personaly use NVHardpage to OC my nVidia card. It's a very useful tool :D .

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    Just want to up date that link. http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=362

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