9600gt overclocking overclocking
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I have a geforce 9600gt graphic card, and i want to overclock it, but i dont know how I can make it without overheating and crashîng.
thanks for your help
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Hello everybody /wave.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wave:' />

I have a geforce 9600gt graphic card, and i want to overclock it, but i dont know how I can make it without overheating and crashîng.

thanks for your help

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#1
Posted 09/26/2008 01:24 PM   
Download Rivatuner, that'll allow you to turn up the fan speed and tweak the card a little. stock fan speeds are around 25% so with the extra cooling you'd get from turning up fan speed you could get a faster clock speed. if you do it in small stages you should find a nice stable clock speed very easily! /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />
Download Rivatuner, that'll allow you to turn up the fan speed and tweak the card a little. stock fan speeds are around 25% so with the extra cooling you'd get from turning up fan speed you could get a faster clock speed. if you do it in small stages you should find a nice stable clock speed very easily! /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />

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#2
Posted 09/28/2008 11:34 PM   
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