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Old 08-30-03, 10:15 PM Thread Starter   #1
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asus v9280td ti4200


This is the bottom of the line card from Asus, it is clocked at 250/500 stock, and allows overclocking to 279/594 with the overclocking program that comes with it.. i am sure it can do more, can someone recommend a program that will do it? will any mods have to be done to the card itself? I am not planning to change the stock cooling on the chip, but I might if there is a good program available for high speeds.. my case cooling is pretty good, 5 fans and the temp is 26C steady, never reaches 27C, sometimes hits 24-25C.. Thanx in advance.

Also, when overclocking vid cards, should I be concerned about engine or memory more? and should the memory always be double the engine, where can I learn about the relationship between engine and memory in ti4200 cards?

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Old 08-31-03, 06:30 AM   #2
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As for programs, there are many to choose from. I personally use Rivatuner, although many other people use the Coolbits hack. Rivatuner's site is http://guru3d.com/rivatuner.

No, the memory does not have to be double the core, not by any means. Bottlenecks sometimes come into play here; if your core is very low, increasing the memory won't give you many speed advantages. When o/c'ing, you should contentrate on both equally. First find the highest the mem can go to without artifacting, and then find the highest the core can go to without screwing up.

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where can I learn about the relationship between engine and memory in ti4200 cards?
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Old 08-31-03, 02:18 PM Thread Starter   #3
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I just meant what their relationship is when overclocking, as in ratio (which is most of the time 2:1).. But you answered my question, thanx..

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