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Old 26th January 2003, 20:11   #1
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Ik heb zonet eens een HP80 op m'n 9500 gezet: core van 275mhz naar 375mhz and rising =D

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... nu al aan 400mhz core. wft?
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Old 26th January 2003, 20:45   #2
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Met extra fan? Indien ja, welke, en hoe snel draait hij? Blijft heatsink koel?

/edit: WOW JMke going , quick moving action going on
 
Old 26th January 2003, 21:09   #3
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Hoger dan 405mhz crashed ie.

er staan 2 120 mm's op te blazen, en er zit een homemade koperen plaatje tss om niet tegen de shim te komen.

Nu geen tijd om verder te benchen, moet facbar gaan openen.
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Old 26th January 2003, 21:17   #4
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400Mhz Core op nen R9500??

WTF ?

card you got there
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Old 26th January 2003, 21:19   #5
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holy fok

mooie occ imo


(had gezegd da et een goei dingske was eh )
 
Old 27th January 2003, 00:52   #6
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holy cow!!
well, since i just sold my old ram, i'm ordering one too.
 
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Does anyone know how to overclock beyond powerstrip's limits? The highest I can set is 368mhz, which seems to be rockstable (played UT2K3 for an hour without problems).

Rivatuner let me go higher, but as i said before, it's pretty buggy. If i overclock with rivatuner beyond 300mhz, the performance is crap. It does let me set it to 405mhz until it crashed though.
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Finetuning with rivatuner brought me up to 373mhz rock stable, i just spend an hour playing UT 2K3 with it.


UT 2K3 1280*1024 @ 4*AA + 16*FA + all detail highest = *drool*
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I think rivatuner & powerstrip use different approaches on overclocking the Radeon

while rivatuner uses software I think, it lowers the timings, so you can reach higher speeds, while powerstrip has access directly to the bios & ups the speed while maintaining the very strict timings

this way, or around, not sure which one does what, I'm sure you are resourcefull enough to find the definitive answer :grin:
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damnit LOVENO is aan een nieuwe reeks GRAKA 9500 begonnen
die gaan natuurlijk ni zo goed zijn als die van RIchBastard

merde k had juist den t geld bijeen om hem te kopen
 
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