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Thread: g4 mx 440 tweaking




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    im thinking of pushing up the core clock (270mhz) and the memory clock (400mhz) how far should i go

    my system specs

    athlon 1700 xp
    msi kt3 ulrta
    256 ddr pc2100
    windows 2000 sp1
    leadtek a170 geforece 4 mx 440 64mb

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    My Leadtek GF4 MX440 in PC No.2 (see sig) is running at 310/520 without a problem but most will usually do 300/500. ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    Pretty good OC there Wiggo :thumb:
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

    :thumb:

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    Buy a real videocard like my GeForce4-Ti4400.
    Abit-ST6RAID
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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    False Christian[/size]]
    Buy a real videocard like my GeForce4-Ti4400.
    Some ppl do have lives ya know. :devil win


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    What type of g4MX is it?
    I might suggest you replace the existing passive cooling system with an active one. E.g Thermal Take Crystal Orb. it is fairly cheap and does the job. Bare in mind that the minute heatsink is there only because the MX cards do not heat up as such.
    The Orb just gives a bit more head room when overclocking.

    Happy OC'ing.

    :D

    CYa round

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