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Old 05-08-2005, 11:10 PM   #1
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Question Over Clocking Temp?

Ok I know overclocking causes heat. I have a Radeon 9600pro and its regular specs are CORE: 325mhz and the memory is like 200 or something. I have it at this now CORE:460 Mhz and memory at 263mhz.

I'm getting a new videocard in like a month and a half the x850xtpe agp so im not to conserned about damaging my card but I would still like it wo work untill I get my new one. So if I put like a dule PCI can next to it will i be able to get it to like 500Mhz core without any crappy little dots on the screen?
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nope never
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What about taking my cover off my case and putting a house fan next to it? LETS GO FOR A WORLD RECORD!!!!!!!!!!!!! FOR MY LIL 9600pro!!
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it will not work no matter what..the core simply will not overclock that much.
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