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Too bad there's no futuremark approved drivers for my x1900xtx. (Benches inside).

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Old 01-31-06, 10:46 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Too bad there's no futuremark approved drivers for my x1900xtx. (Benches inside).


Stock cooling on my x1900xtx, xp-90c + vantec 92mm tornado on the opty.


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Old 02-06-06, 05:22 PM   #3
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Actually the drivers that came with the cards are WHQL & FM Approved. The problem is FM is too lazy and has not updated the ORB to recognize X1900 yet, once they do that we can submit any score run with those drivers.

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should have the 6.2 (official) drivers approved later today...

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Old 02-12-06, 04:00 AM   #5
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Stock cooling on my x1900xtx, xp-90c + vantec 92mm tornado on the opty.

Hi all, I Agree on that Futuremark is a bit lazy but atleast they got our cards in the system now but 6.2 is not aproved yet. I have a pretty good score but it ain't approved yet so I'm currently on spot 13 for X1900XTX owners in the "world" with stock speeds on my 1900. That leads me to a question for you all but for runsalone in particular.
The program called "overclocker" that I can see on your screendump. Where can I get it and where did it came from? I have tried ATITool but it ain't working nicely with my combination of MB and VGA (see sig).
So if anyone could hand me a link for that program or even perhaps send it to me I would be happy to hand a helping hand back in some way I can.

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Overclocker is from Driverheaven, you can find it over there

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Old 02-12-06, 06:08 AM   #7
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I found it and am currently testing the maximum speed for the core at stock voltage.
I got it up to 735 and stable through 3DMark06.
Is 735 considered good or medium?

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735 is a little low for stock air, 765 is about the best I have seen.

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How much is safe to bumd the voltage on the GPU?

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On Water guys run it up to the max, 1.575v. 1.5v is no problem at all for people not wanting to get too crazy with it.

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Old 02-13-06, 01:08 AM   #11
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I'm familier with overclocking over all. Heck, I'm a good overclocker but bumping the voltage on VGA's is new to me since it required a voltmod before and I never got to it then.

What kind of temperature increase can anyone expect from running 1.5 instead of 1.2?
Bumping voltage on mems? Are that the same? I'm guessing I should be extra careful there since I'm not on water on those...yet! I only got heatsinks to cool them.

Oh and thanks El<(')>Maxi for helping out here...
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Never ran on H2O, but I did run 1.5v on the stock cooling. Peak loaded wa around 65. Yes memory voltage helps, 2.2v VDD works good for me and I have bare uncooled Ram IC's.

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Hey El<(')>Maxi, its you!?!?! I know you so to speak.
I'm badly chasing for a top ten spot on the ORB for all X1900XTX and you are currently no1 with 7000 score.
I got a blisting 6670 with my card but with CPU at 2.6 and mems at 260. I can do 2.8 / 280 and a little more tweaking on the VGA so beware *smile*
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Knowing maxi anything other than 01 or maybe 03 he ran it just becuase and then got back to the fun stuff. So I would venture he also has quite abit left in his setup. Anyway nice job so far hope you break 7k.

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I can do 2.8 / 280 and a little more tweaking on the VGA so beware *smile*
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