Overclocking Geforce 4 Ti 4200 ( Should I get a better fan? )

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by CyrusAirwalker, Jul 10, 2002.

  1. I was wondering if I should keep the stock fan that came with my Geforce 4 Ti 4200 ( 128 Megs of RAM ), or if I should get a new one. Or is there any other way I can maintain a stable operating environment for it, while highly overclocked. Any help is appreciated.

    My System =
    400 Watt Power Supply
    Soyo Dragon P4S Ultra 400 Mhz FSB Motherboard
    Pentium 4 2Ghz 400 Mhz FSB
    512MB DDR PC 2100
    80Gb Wester Digital 8MB Cache Buffer
    40x/12x/48x CD-RW
    36X DVD
    SoundBlaster X-Gamer
    Windows XP Pro
    The processor has its stock fan, and a nice heatsink which is also stock.
    I installed a larger case fan in the back.

    I just need to know is that fan is worth keeping.
    It looks pretty cool, but never judge a book by its cover :)
     
  2. Im thinking about just getting an arctic cool system. Its a box that goes over the back of your box, and actually blows cold air into it, while the other fains circulate it. Im probably gonna try to overclock my processor up to 2.6 Ghz so I will probably end up getting the cooling system.