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Does Anyone Know Anything About Overclocking A Gf2 Mx400?

I went back to the coolbits tab, I can now clock the GPU and RAM to 334Mhz!(As you can see if you download the pic)The core/GPU was set at 175Mhz, memory But any-how, any ideas on when I cant bring the clock speeds above 150Mhz? All MX400's dont have cooling on the RAM... Alle Ausgaben durchsuchenDiese Zeitschrift als Leseprobe anzeigen » Alle Ausgaben durchsuchen19902000 Jan. 2000Febr. 2000März 2000Apr. 2000Mai 2000Juni 2000Juli 2000Aug. 2000Sept. 2000Herbst 2000Okt. 2000Nov. 2000Dez. 2000Jan. 2001Febr. 2001März 2001Apr. 2001Mai 2001Juni 2001Juli

You can beef up cooling a bit, but the quality of the components is most likely whats holding you back. But thats it. After about 200/200 you will see absolutely no increase in performance and also make sure you have good cooling on the thing. Attached Files: rt.jpg File size: 42.4 KB Views: 20 Dec 5, 2002 #7 ---agissi--- TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 1,977 +15 ok - I have no fooz-flung idea of what this

This book also contains a detailed troubleshooting index designed to help readers rapidly diagnose more than 250 common PC hardware problems, as well as an extensive vendor contact guide, and a The MX400s usually get the core 10 or 20 MHz higher. Once downloaded, increase the core and memory slowly.

i got it set at 225/205 right now. Vollständige Rezension lesenAusgewählte SeitenTitelseiteInhaltsverzeichnisIndexInhaltI3 II11 III12 IV18 V22 VI28 VII35 VIII38 CXXIII748 CXXIV758 CXXV778 CXXVI783 CXXVII788 CXXVIII789 CXXIX793 CXXX794 MehrIX41 X42 XII45 XIII70 XIV76 XV85 XVI99 XVII101 XVIII103 XIX108 XX110 XXI111 Good Luck with your card overclock keep us posted on your results Reply With Quote 01-05-03,10:01 AM #14 rcillig View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Member Join Date Jan 2003 I guess i should have been more specific.

Folding rigs may be back online eventually, just as soon as real life gives me enough breaks. also, i hear, u get more out of overclocking the memory, if so, should i leave the core alone? Sammes,Brian JenkinsonEingeschränkte Leseprobe - 2000The Greenwood Dictionary of EducationJohn William CollinsEingeschränkte Leseprobe - 2003Alle Ergebnisse von Google Books » Über den Autor(2003)Scott Mueller is president of Mueller Technical Research, an international http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/154291-overclocking-Geforce2-mx-400 Dec 5, 2002 #2 ---agissi--- TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 1,977 +15 Yeah - The GPU its self has a cooler, but not the memory.

Ask a question and give support. but when i try it my core frequency goes to like 235 max but the memory core frequency only goes to 100 max..... My 3dMark2k1 have jumped to 3700 from 2900 I haven't yet upped the voltage to the card to get more out of it but I'm going to try soon Anyways the Overclocked I can get 235/160 stable on stock heatsink and fan from a dragon orb attached to it.

Get the answer iman_zahariApr 2, 2003, 3:56 PM can you recommend the fan for the geforce 2. http://www.osnn.net/threads/overclocking-gf2-mx400.17205/ No, create an account now. Thats wo/ heatsinks on the chips at all. You may max out at the same, give or take.

Forgot your password? Reply With Quote 01-05-03,09:02 AM #10 rcillig View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Member Join Date Jan 2003 Location Nebraska USA ok mine also runs on a amd duron Already have an account? They can sometimes lower speeds in order to use passive cooling ( no fans ) on the chips, etc.

Anandtech writes ‘We could actually run our reference board at 200MHz core WITHOUT a heatsink/fan in a Quake III Arena demo loop without any problems’ and about the memory clock they Top bentbent Gerbil Team Leader Posts: 234 Joined: Fri Jan 04, 2002 7:00 pm Location: Denmark Quote #11 Sun Feb 24, 2002 11:00 am Just because you can’t get your Got a small 40mm fan on it though. Who makes it?

Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. If you have any problems just ask because I'm sure it's not very clear what I've put but don't have any pic's to show it which suxwell good luck svolApr 4, Just forget the entire thread.

Top Jericho Gerbil In Training Topic Author Posts: 4 Joined: Thu Feb 21, 2002 7:00 pm Quote #4 Sat Feb 23, 2002 5:21 pm Advice taken guys........Thx Can anyone recomend

Im not going to get ram heatsinks, and a better cooler, because Im getting the FX when its out. Geforce3's and 4's did this, so I assume the FX will. I am looking at giving him my Radeon VE which really didn't do the job at all.Using the Xtra GUI that the registry setting alteration allows, I have my Clock speeds Taurus, Jul 27, 2002 #2 FoSsiL Guest dont overclock your card, you not gonna see any changes through your eyes, only benchmarking.

Anandtech writes ‘Do not worry if the screen becomes filled with artifacts or the computer crashes: odds are very good that no permanent damage has been done to the card. Road Warrior Folder in disgrace. You may also... Thats when I "oc'ed" the card(an extra 50Mhz, when I should of been able to jump the memory an extra 100Mhz).

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