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johan851

johan851

Insatiably Malcontent, Senior Member
Joined
Jul 24, 2002
Location
Seattle, WA
^ Yeah, I figured we'd keep the list to AGP cards. You can be content knowing that no one else has a faster 9250 PCI than you, right? :D
 

SeanBest

Member
Joined
Aug 14, 2006
Location
Harrisonburg, VA
Mine!

Card : Radeon 9800 Pro Atlantis
Manufacturer : Sapphire
RAM : 256mb
Cooling : Artic Cooling AVC-1000 VGA Silencer Rev. 3
VoltMod : No
Clockspeeds : 420/390


Is this a decent OC?
 
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Mors

Registered
Joined
Jun 18, 2005
Card : Radeon 9800 Pro Atlantis
Manufacturer : Sapphire
RAM : 128mb
Cooling : Artic Cooling AVC-1000 VGA Silencer Rev. 1
VoltMod : No
Clockspeeds : 430/400
 

vostronius

New Member
Joined
Jan 22, 2005
Card : Radeon 9600 SE
Manufacturer : Sapphire
RAM : 128 mb
Cooling : Stock
VoltMod : No
Clockspeeds : 465/324 mhz
 

jcw122

Member
Joined
Jun 25, 2004
Update to my current entry:

Card : Radeon 9800Pro flashed to Radeon 9800XT
Manufacturer : MSI
RAM : 128MB
Cooling : Modified Air (Arctic Cooling's VGA Silencer)
VoltMod : No
Clockspeeds : 412/390


EDITS: My card has been flashed.
 

Femto

Member
Joined
Mar 8, 2006
Location
Oregon
Haven't ran it in a while but this is what it was running at, I'm fairly sure.

Card: Radeon 9600
Manufacturer: Sapphire
RAM: 256mb
Cooling: Stock
VoltMod: No
Clockspeeds: 418/197

Plan on doing some nasty things to it to push the clocks higher, yay (RAM sinks, ghetto CPU cooler...)
 

[EJ]

Registered
Joined
Jun 25, 2006
Location
UK
Radeon 9200 SE 128MB 64 bit

Card : Radeon 9200SE
Manufacturer : It says Evesham on it [OEM] but might be some random obscure manufacturer.
RAM : 128MB
Cooling : Standard Heatsink PLUS a ice cream tub 80mm fan holder 'manifold'!!
No ram heatsinks. {might try to get some}
VoltMod : No
Clockspeeds : 300/219

Seems stable, but i've only just started ocing it so it might be on the point of death! [HL2 Video Stress Test went from 35fps to 48fps ~35% faster!]
This is the first thing i've ever overclocked! [used AtiTool]

P.S see attachments for version 1 of my ice cream tub manifold, with a 40mm fan, now it's v2 with an 80mm fan, but the ram's on the back of the card so doesn't get cooled much.
The 'tub' slots into the next pci slot at the bottom, and so is v easy to take in and out!

EJ
 

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max_clock

Member
Joined
Apr 20, 2005
Location
Braga, Portugal
Card : Radeon 9800SE softmoded to 9800pro @ 9800XT clock speeds
Manufacturer : powercolor
RAM : 128Mb
Cooling : zalman vf700
VoltMod : No
Clockspeeds : 412/365
 

grumperfish

Member
Joined
Nov 10, 2005
I was much-more impressed with the 9000pro's (traded it and a passive hs to a friend who was building an htpc) o/cing abilities than with this one, but here goes:

Card : Radeon 9700Pro
Manufacturer : ATI
RAM : 128Mb
Cooling : Thermalright V1-Ultra (+ ramsinks wherever they fit)
VoltMod : No
Clockspeeds : 371/340 (350/325 with stock cooling and no sinks)

Any higher and it starts artifacting slightly. Just going to shove this one into my backup system. :-/
 
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deltaxx33

Member
Joined
Jan 5, 2007
9250 Baby!!!

Radeon 9250 256mb 128bit Norwood Micro stock heatsink Antec pci fan @2200 rpm Thermaltake exhaust fan @2400 rpm Coolermaster X Dream 2 cpu heatsink w/fan @2200 rpm Sidepanel air space 3-1/2 inches wide (The size of A fan)Gpu [email protected]