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P4HTOC

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Nov 26, 2004
Just to update my previous overclock from a long time ago:

Card: RADEON X800XTPE
Ram: 256 MB
Bus: AGP
Manufacturer: Gigabyte
Clock: 612/621
BiosMod: My card is an XTPE, but runs on a PRO Vivo BIOS (RAM OC's much better)
PipeMod: N/A
Volt Mod: YES (finally)
Ram Type & Rated Speed: Samsung 1.6 ns
Cooling: ThermalTake Extreme Video Cooler Giant III (fans on max, over 50 dB, loud as heck)
Temps (idle/load): 45/75 degrees C
VMODDED AT 1.71 VGPU, and VDD (forgot voltage), and VDDQ (forgot voltage)
 
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JCLW

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Apr 1, 2002
It's my weekend project to update this.

Happy May 24 everyone! :bday: :beer:
 
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JCLW

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Apr 1, 2002
It's not my B-day, it's Queen Victoria's - a holiday celebrated by some Commonwealth countries. The May 24th long weekend is also the begining of summer to many Canadians, when you put your boat in the water, de-winterize the cottage, etc... Most people I know call it May two-four, because everyone drinks a lot of beer this weekend.

http://www.pch.gc.ca/progs/cpsc-ccsp/jfa-ha/victoria_e.cfm
 

Josebmw

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Joined
Jun 26, 2003
Location
USA
Hey guys I have a question. I bought a Sapphire x800 Pro VIVO PCI-e from newegg's refurb section, I'm having a strange problem. Whenever I go and test out the graphics (ATITool, 3dmark 01/03...) I get this high pitched squeak coming from the video card, it is not the fan since I stopped it with my finger and it keeps squeaking. Does anyone have this?
 

Josebmw

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Jun 26, 2003
Location
USA
I've said above that it was not the fan, since I stopped it with my finger while the card kept making that strange noise, which is not like fan's noise, that's how I noticed in the first place. Anyone know what it could be?
 

Josebmw

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Jun 26, 2003
Location
USA
Well, I talked to a friend and he said that it's normal for video cards to do that while they are processing data, so it's alright.
 

Josebmw

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Jun 26, 2003
Location
USA
Me neither, at first it seemed that it was coming from the cpu, but I dont know if that's possible...
 

Blackmoonmike

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May 30, 2005
Card: Radeon X800XL
Ram: 256
Manufacturer: ATi
Clock: 432/580
BiosMod: N/A
PipeMod: N/A
Volt Mod: N/A
Ram Type & Rated Speed: Samsung 2.0
Cooling: Air - Stock
Temps (idle/load): 36/55
 
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Jcw88

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Jun 7, 2005
Location
Kansas City, MO
Card: X700Pro
Ram: 256
Bus: AGP
Manufacturer: ATI
Clock: 454/490
BiosMod: N/a
PipeMod: N/A
Volt Mod: No
Ram Type & Rated Speed: Samsung 500Mhz
Cooling: Stock Cooling
Temps (idle/load): 40/52
 

Buhammot

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Nov 21, 2002
Location
North Carolina
Card: X800xl
Ram: 256
Bus: AGP
Manufacturer: ATI
Clock: 445/570
BiosMod: N/a
PipeMod: N/A
Volt Mod: No
Ram Type & Rated Speed: unknown
Cooling: ATi Silencer 5
Temps (idle/load): 35/48
 
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koontz946

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Joined
Jun 12, 2003
Location
West Orange, NJ
Card: X800Pro
Ram: 256
Bus: PEG
Manufacturer: Sapphire
Clock: 540/540
BiosMod: N/A
PipeMod: N/A
Volt Mod: No
Ram Type & Rated Speed: Samsung 2.0
Cooling: Stock
Temps (idle/load): 52/76
 

cripy

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Jun 25, 2005
Location
South Florida
Card: X850 XTPE
Ram: 256
Bus: AGP
Manufacturer: ATI
Clock: 650/650
BiosMod: none
PipeMod: none
Volt Mod: nope
Cooling: water maze 4 block
Temps (idle/load): 42c/51c