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Old 08-03-03, 05:48 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Cool G-force 4 4600TI Too Hot????


I have my g -force 4 4600ti overclocked! How much should i overclock till its too hot?? i have the normal fan on the card



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Core clock 300 @ 329


Memory Clock 650 @ 740

I will this be to hot in the long run??
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Old 08-03-03, 10:29 AM   #2
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you can do a touch test ;x just becareful not to hit it touch it too hard =d usually graphic cards are warm to hot depending on yrou case cooling if you're gonna OC it more you should prob get some more air flow to the card =d
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Old 08-03-03, 02:17 PM   #3
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Do you have fans on it or a heatsink combo?
My 4200ti runs about 140F after long UT2003 playing.

These are meant to run hot. If you are NOT getting artifacts or visual problems, do not worry.

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My ti4200 is hot too, it's running a bit overclocked for about 8 months now. I haven't had any problems whatsoever.
I did forget to plug the fan back in. I got bugs in less than 2 minutes, luckely i turned off the comp quickly enough to save the card!
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Old 08-03-03, 04:30 PM Thread Starter   #5
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Thanks alot!!! So just overlock to the max

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my ti4200 was not overclocked at all and it started giving me visual problems.

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