Re: OC question
I think the safest way of orverclocking the PCI-E ports or AGP is to run the voltage at stock, and slowly notch it up. I'm not sure, but that seems the safest way. Or I could just be paranoid.
As you can see in my sig, I'm still in the dark ages with my 2600+ XP and AGP videocard.
But I dont think the CPU and RAM speeds affect the PCI-E clock.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
Even if it did, I really doubt running the clock speed higher than stock would affect the card. Keeping in mind the fact that OCing voids warranties and such ...
AMD Athlon XP 2600+ Barton (running @ 2.21)--Asus A7N8X --1gb (2x512) DDR PC3200 --200gb WD 8mb cache 7200 RPM--40gb WD 2mb cache 5200 RPM --XFX GeForce 6600GT AGP 8x @ 588\1.14 --Creative Audigy2 7.1 ZS--CoolMax 400 wat PSU-- --Volcano 12+ CPU Fan--Overclocking Kit--Logitech Z-5300e's