View Full Version : OC'ing Video Card
08-28-02, 09:34 AM
Anyone know how one goes about OC'ing a video card? I have a Gainward ti4200 128mb. I remeber on my old G2 there was actualy a setting in the Display Properties but on my new card I have nothing like this. Also I installed the Nvidia referance drives and not the ones that come with the card. Is that prob where I would find this kind of tool?
08-28-02, 09:42 AM
powerstrip is what you want.
get it here. http://www.entechtaiwan.com/ps.htm
under the performance tab it lets you adjust clockspeeds of the gpu and gpu memory
08-28-02, 10:08 AM
Or you can get CoolBits from www.guru3d.com/files it' much easier. Actually that's exactly what you had in the display properties. Check some older threads on the same topic for other software and links.
08-28-02, 03:01 PM
Hehe - I got to bring that into this thread and you know it:
Get rivatuner from guru3d.com !!
rivatuner seems to be the most popular. Powerstrip is a simple registry hack that ads an extra tab to your video card settings to allow you to raise your gpu's core/memory higher. Rivatuner and powerstrip is an actual program that lets you customize many various settings included hidden settings that the drivers don't allow you to change.
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