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HELP : Best Overclocking for Geforce 220 Gt


d_k_333

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Pls tell me the best and safe Overclocking ratio for Gta 4 smile.gif

i have Geforce 220Gt 1Gb DDR2 !!!

 

Default Settings :

Core Clock 625

Shader Clock 1360

Memory Clock 400

 

HELP ME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

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I have that graphics card. Don't overclock it, it's unstable but it holds some changes: Try 635 on the core clock and 420 on the memory. Go testing Mhz by Mhz, you won't fry it that way. I put it once to a maximum that it only crashed.

It does increase FPS though.

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Start off with 720 core. If it's stable keep pushing upwards till you hit a point where you see artifacts or the card is unstable. If not, move down slowly till your card is stable and does not artifact.

 

Then the shaders, start off at 1566MHz. If it's stable keep pushing upwards till you hit a point where you see artifacts or the card is unstable. If not, move down slowly till your card is stable and does not artifact.

 

As for the memory, go upwards by 10MHz till you hit a spot where the card is unstable or artifacts. Then just fine tune it with reductions of 5MHz, then 1MHz till you find the max overclock.

 

Don't worry about frying the card by the way. Unless you're overvolting the card or the temps rise to insane levels you won't damage the card. Considering how you said that your video card's temp at load is 49C in your other topic, you have a lot of OC headroom, temp wise smile.gif.

 

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Okie i will try this wink.gif

 

One more help !!!

I wanna overclock Amd Athlon x2 7750 Black Edition.....can u tell me how can i overclock my cpu also

 

Any Suggestion ???

 

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YankeesPwnMets

What CPU Cooler are you using? If you are using the one that came with the CPU then no overclocking

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Suprisingly, I also have the same GPU, and I don't recommend to overclock it.

Sure it might add an extra FPS or two but then in a long-time you will encounter BSOD's, crashes, and what not.

Also this graphic card sucks, deal with it.

I just would recommend to buy an newer GPU.

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