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    Question Over and underclock nVidia drivers limits

    Guys, I wonder, how one can modify the nVidia drivers to get different maximal and minimal clock that can be applied on graphic card. For example using a Forceware v45.28 drivers, the bottom limits are relatively high 40/65MHz for core/memory of the GeForce2 MX 400 card:



    For example a GeForce FX5200 can do 8MHz for the core and 50MHz for the videorams:


    But using ATI Tool on nVidia card is a bit crazy :) Futhermore it does not work on the GeForce2 MX 400 at all.

    Therefore I seeking ways how to change/modify/tweak the drivers, so I can try lower settings :) Score 299 Marks on 3DMark 2001 is still far too high, lol.

    Anyone got idea, what to tweak to get lower/higher with the limits?

    Thanks!
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    Default Re: Over and underclock nVidia drivers limits

    Hi,

    You could try MSI Afterburner MSI Afterburner which claims to be compatible with almost all cards. Not sure what ranges you'd get with it though it does offer very wide clock ranges with my card.

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    Dunno if this is the case, because other people recommended the RivaTuner, yet it completely does not support the FX5600XT and FX5200 cards I own and used for the experiments...

    ATI tool v0.27 b2 crashed, v0.26 works great, sadly I cannot get to the 8/50MHz clock range I was used before
    That is why I would much rather just modify the nVidia drivers to gain unlock to these artificial limits...
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