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|11th November 2005, 22:06||#1|
Wlan dependant on GFX core speed? WTF?
Hi guys !!!
I have the weirdest problem!
As a result of enless nights/days/weeks of frustration when my Wlan card wont connect to the wireless network, i found that:
Whether it connects or not depends on the core frequency of my 6800! - the weirdest thing is, it wont connect at stock speed - 300mhz - i have to OC it to over 390, and bang it connects straight away with max signal strength!
Does anyone have any clue as to why ??? Its not a huge prob, as i run it faster than 390mhz anyway, but id like to know i can use it at stock lol!
3 pci slots separate the two cards.
I thought it may be interference of some sort - is that possible? Can the GFX core emit some sort of radio frequency that clashes with the wifi??? (2.4Ghz i think isnt it?)
Any thoughts ?
Im totally puzzled!!!
Does it have anything to do with a chunk cut out of the Wifi card (to make WC tubing fit) ???
|7th February 2006, 13:24||#2|
Join Date: May 2002
Re: Wlan dependant on GFX core speed? WTF?
can you test by placing some shielding material between the 2 cards?
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