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Thread: X1950 AGP Problems




  1. #1
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    Unhappy X1950 AGP Problems

    Hi all, Need help as when i try any over clock with ccc all i get is green flashing on screen. I can still see every thing behind it but this flashing wont go away untill i put it all back to standard clocks .
    I have not tried any other O'cing tools as reading the threads in other forums there does not seem to be one that works 100%.
    I have just put another new PSU in thinking that that was the problem but it has not helped
    Any help greatfull Thanks
    AMD64 x2 4400+ @ 2.4Ghz (939)
    Asus A8n-sli Deluxe
    Artic Freezer Pro
    TT Tough power 700W PSU (w0105)
    2 x 1Gb Corsair CMX1024 PC3200
    200Gb HD
    Sapphire HD3870 512Mb


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    Default Re: X1950 AGP Problems

    Don't know what the hell forums you're reading, but no one OCs in CCC. Hell, no one even uses CCC. Use ATI driver + ATI Tray Tools + ATI Tool and you'll get a better UI for setting changes, a less resource-intensive control scheme, and the best GPU overclocking application by far. ATI Tool is the way to go even if you have an nVidia card...

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    Default Re: X1950 AGP Problems

    Thanks for that, i did use ATI Tool on my old X800 Pro but when i first got the X1950 (just after release) it would not work. I guess they must have done a new version now.
    Thanks for the fast reply
    AMD64 x2 4400+ @ 2.4Ghz (939)
    Asus A8n-sli Deluxe
    Artic Freezer Pro
    TT Tough power 700W PSU (w0105)
    2 x 1Gb Corsair CMX1024 PC3200
    200Gb HD
    Sapphire HD3870 512Mb


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