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Thread: Overclocking a geforce3 ti200




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    Ok this is a question for my friend. He has a geforce3 t1200 and its at 202/400. He has ALOT of cooling so he wants to know if its possible to oc it anymore than its at.

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    Well the only way to find out is to keep trying really as no two exact same cards will do the same. ;)
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    your friend should really take a shot at OCing the memory on that card... Keeping mem@stock just makes no sense to me, since most video cards just starve for mem bandwidth.....:devil win
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    Hmmm i'll tell him (I am a total noob to ocing...). btw what does each number stand for? Like memory voltage/core voltage or something?

    Oh yeah and how would you suggest ocing it? Through the bios or a 3rd party program?

    Thanks a lot guys,

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    Head on over to www.guru3d.com as theynot only have a large assortment of drivers but they also have a few tweaking programs as well. ;)
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