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Old 12-30-2007, 08:49 AM   #1
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I tried the ntune and everytime i restart it goes back to normal seeting i tried the ati tool but it doesn't work i create a new profile but it doesn't show my core or memory what can i do about it and it seem that riva doesn't suport xp64bit

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Old 12-30-2007, 09:13 AM   #2
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well, some video card arent made to overclock, my video card does the same thing! it just restarts when i overclock it to high so when does it shut off? right when you up it 1 or when you up it 100? also ati tool is crap, it almost burned up my video card 3 times with it just by moving it one since it thought it was set high! try searching for another program, and what was the video card again?
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o wow if that video card isent alowing you to overclock it then wow
*edit* i tryed out rivatuner and it hit me, try to look up your video cards specs and set the overclock utility to that, then slowly move it up =D
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o wow if that video card isent alowing you to overclock it then wow
*edit* i tryed out rivatuner and it hit me, try to look up your video cards specs and set the overclock utility to that, then slowly move it up =D

What do you mean? I had somewhat a similar problem with a old 2600PRO before I got it exchanged, the exchanged one worked for some reason but it was a completely different model than the other box although the box looked exactly the same...
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What do you mean? I had somewhat a similar problem with a old 2600PRO before I got it exchanged, the exchanged one worked for some reason but it was a completely different model than the other box although the box looked exactly the same...
well i can only use CCC to overclock mine because all the other programs freeze to! CCC works perfectly fine though
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Mine (the exact same card as yours) does exactly the same everytime I reboot. I've learnt to get used to it and change the settings everytime I boot it up.
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Old 12-30-2007, 04:49 PM   #8
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i was using riva but i every time i change the core clock for the 3d it always changes the 2d and i cannot make it not do it

whats the most you have oc your card what program do you use for it?
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well i can only use CCC to overclock mine because all the other programs freeze to! CCC works perfectly fine though
Actually ATI Tool works perfectly, once I installed the new 7.12 drivers I didn't unlock overdrive this time, so I used ATI Tool and it works fine, no roll backs in clock speeds or anything. Riva tuner works okay also, but I recommend ATI Tool.
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Actually ATI Tool works perfectly, once I installed the new 7.12 drivers I didn't unlock overdrive this time, so I used ATI Tool and it works fine, no roll backs in clock speeds or anything. Riva tuner works okay also, but I recommend ATI Tool.
wait so your saying that i should just lock my CCC overdrive THEN try atitool? any advice apreciated
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