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Tuesday, April 20, 2004
Overclocking an ATI SVGA card

3. Changing the Memory Frequency - I

Overclocking an ATI SVGA card - Page 3

- First Step (Continue)

After 33mins, the software finally reported that the maximum Core frequency is 480.21 MHz since no artifacts where detected for 600 seconds.

Note that you must tick the “Stop scanning for maximum clock” feature at the software options to stop scanning after specific time; otherwise the process continues for infinite time. Some people suggest leaving the whole process running for no more than four (4) hours to test the SVGA stability.

Note that running the software several times can produce resulting figures that might be different each time, with a very small variation. The following picture shows the ATI Tool log file that gives further information about each step

Having found the maximum Core frequency, we can now proceed to the Video card memory. The ATI Tool again prompts us…

After pressing “OK” and “Find Max Mem” the same process happens as we described before. When the software ends, it should have found the maximum memory frequency, which in our case was 240.92 MHz.




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