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Thread: Overclock a 4600




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    Is it useless to try and oc a 4600 with no extra cooling to the mem etc...? What is the best software to use for tweaking the sucker...?

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    Not that i'm sure it is possible to clock a Creative card but would like to try...

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    The Ti4600's are close to their peak but ya maybe lucky to get up to about a 10% o/c. Head over to The Guru of 3D and get either the GeForce Tweak Utility or the nVHardPage as these are both good utilities for o/c'n and tweakin' so long as ya not using WHQL drivers. They also have one of the best ranges of drivers available. ;)
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    Thx man...

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    Which Ti4600 are you wanting to overclock? Why not add additional cooling? Even a card fan could help.

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    RivaTuner is also a good utility to try.

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    The card i'm talking about is a Creative Gf4 Ti4600.
    The only cooling on the card is the gpu fan, whitch btw is designed to blow air on the 4 memory chipsets as well as the gpu...

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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    pcmkr[/size]]
    RivaTuner is also a good utility to try.
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    The reason I left that out was because it's a little dated atm with support only up to 23.11 Dets officially where the other two support much higher. : peace2:
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    Wiggo - I heard that Riva has been updated.:cool:

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    Ah so it has but ya have to go to the bottom of the page there to find that out which is stupid as most ppl will read the top and see the support list and bolt. :thumb:
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