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    Connect3d X800GTO @ Clocking

    Hello

    This is the case: Got my first computer yesterday (you can call me a big newbie at overclocking). Not to the question: Is a 68Degree Celcius a high Full load temprature for my card, and if it is'nt, how far can i continue to push it?Ļ

    Sorry for my bad english, english isīnt my native language

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    Thats a good temp for full load, i remember my X800Pro on stock heatsink hitting the 80c's, try and keep below 75c-80c. Its likely you overclockin the card wont increase the temps by much. See how far you can overclock the card. Remember to do GPU or Memory first, not both at the same time.

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    OK, that's a very good awsner, i really appritiate it

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    No problem, and Welcome to the forums!

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