then go into the properties (from desktop)>settings>advanced>GeForce Ti>additional properties>clock frequencies
change them about 5 at a time...(higher)...start with the memory first...restart and test the settings using 3d mark 2k1 or somethin of that sort at
Just move both up a little bit, bench it.... if it runs smooth w/ no glitches or artifacts..... move it up..... bench it.... if it runs smooth w/ no glitches or artifacts .... move it up .... ad nauseum.
If it glitches, locks or shows artifacts, move it down a notch, and bench again....
Every (EVERY!) card is different and due to quality control some can handle higher speeds than others.... there is no perscription for overclocking.
Coolbits as shown in the previous thread works well, but offers a finite range of adjustment. www.entechtaiwan.com has Powerstrip which offers a wider range of adjustment. I use coolbits and run my gf3 ti 200 at 220/500. What you can run the card at varies so much, that trial and error is the only way. Me and my friend bought same card side by side and mine runs faster. Luck of the batch so buy 6 test each, and return 5...hehehehe