Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Lithium, Jul 13, 2002.
is it possible? if so that would be cool
Depending on what card you have it is posible, but not recomened. Most video cards run hot and overclocking could cause them to run too hot. Also you need some electronical experence to be able to make the changes (depending on the card), so you might destroy the card in the process of overclocking.
If it happens to be an nVidia, see here:
*/looks at lithium's sig*
"ATI Radion 32 meg 7000 PCI"
quite a wimpy thing you got there. i'm not sure how you'd go about overclocking an ati as i'm only familiar with geforces. but a program called PowerStrip (maybe 2 words?) will work with supposedly any card. if you can find something dedicated to radeon's, i'd suggest that instead.
I wana try overclocking my GF4 4600Ti any walkthrus on that?
It's an ATI - No need to overclock
no need to or not worth the trouble? but anyways its not really goin to make a dif im goin to be buying a new card sumtime in the next month anywho so was just wondering if anyone has done it or if it can be done btw thanks for the responds
Sure it can be done. Go over to Radeon Rage 3D website. They got all sorts of utilities for overclocking Radeons. I had a Nvidia Vanta one time and it overclocked very nice for what it was. (Still got it as a back-up).