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    heyy wuddup, what can overclockin a graphic card do for my computer? and does anyone kno how to overclock an ATI RADEON 8500 ALL IN WONDER????




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    It will give ya better performance for a start but I'll move this thread over to where ppl better experienced w/ that card are. :devil win
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    WTF,i couldn't install the drivers for that c-media 6 chan soundcard and am on xp pro!!!!!!!:(,sry this isn't the rite place to put this reply,and i have a radeon 7500 which works fine for me,on overclocking,i do not know anything about that.......lol,i first need some cooling then i'll start overclocking,any cooling recomendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sPaNiSh pRiNcE
    heyy wuddup, what can overclockin a graphic card do for my computer? and does anyone kno how to overclock an ATI RADEON 8500 ALL IN WONDER????


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    you'll need an Oc'ing utility like - Powerstrip or Radeonator...they're both available for d/l at www.rage3d.com
    I've used both pf them in the past
    there's a windoe for increasing the clocks on the core & memory of your video card.

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