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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 6/23/2004 8:17:15 AM   
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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/13/2004 4:28:24 AM   
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I have a GeForce 4 Ti 4200 with default clock speeds at 250/250 (core/memory) and I managed to tweak it up to 350 and 400 with a thermaltake case.


What? I also have a Thermaltake case and a Ti 4200 card but I can't reach the clock speeds you assume you have achieved.

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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/13/2004 4:45:49 AM   
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LOL !!
You got me cockroach. I forgot to mention that I have also installed some fancy cool staff on my Ti 4200.

Check these pics out:

These are the gadgets I used. 4 memory heatsinks (for both sides) and a more powerfull fan.





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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/13/2004 5:01:10 AM   
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After installing these fancy staff, my GeForce Ti 4200 looked like this:




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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/13/2004 5:02:56 AM   
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This is how I managed to tweak my Ti 4200 up to 350 for it's core and 400 for it's memory

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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/13/2004 6:50:10 AM   
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Cool! Thanks for the idea

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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/13/2004 10:47:32 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Leviathan

After installing these fancy staff, my GeForce Ti 4200 looked like this:



did you flash the bios afterwards to make the oc permanent?

btw cockroach you can get that fan at newegg i think. there are 2 models one with lights and one without.


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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/14/2004 2:12:13 AM   
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I used the registry file for GeForce which permits permanent overclocking.

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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/14/2004 2:56:18 AM   
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Thanks for the info seeker, but how do I know which fan is suitable for my GeForce4 Ti4200?


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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/14/2004 11:59:44 AM   
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@ Leviathon
what I mean by permanent oc is when you flash the bios and the speeds you set are running as soon as you boot your pc on. not just when you go into windows. you have to backup your vga bios and modified it with the speeds you have tested.

@cockroach
here ya go
http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductDesc.asp?description=35-116-008&depa=0
price went down

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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/15/2004 1:51:37 AM   
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Yes I know the procedure of flashing the bios of a VGA card, but I still can't see what's the benefit of it. Faster booting?

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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/15/2004 1:16:12 PM   
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None other than you not ever having to do it again. Incase you have to do a os reinstall, a repair or perhaps even incase of a system restore; you would have to modify the registry again thats all. I just personaly would prefer doing it that way, one less thing to worry about.

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RE: Overclocking ATI and Nvidia cards - 7/15/2004 2:32:20 PM   
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I also prefer to control the clock speeds manually

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