Best clock settings for OC'ing G4 ti 4200 128MB?

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  1. PreemO

    PreemO OT Supporter

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    i have stock cooling, currently here's the clock settings:
    core clock: 250
    memory clock: 446

    my rig:
    PIV 1.4ghz
    384mb PC800 RDRAM
     
  2. TwoFast4Lv

    TwoFast4Lv Guest

    I searched forever on this last night. The biggest thing is the speed of your ram. I have an ASUS Ti4400 that has 3.6Ns ddr. factory is 555 and that is what you "should" run it at ;) Some Ti4200 card(Albitron) comes with 2.6Ns DDR and can be ran normally at 606 even though they are set at 555 to start. Ofcourse your heat sinks make a differance on how fast you can push it also. This is the best guide Over all i found on running the Ge4 cards ;)


    http://www.sharkyextreme.com/guides/hwGuides/article.php/10709_1463741__1
     
  3. Camcam

    Camcam J.U.N.K.E.R.

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    Well I have a 64MB board but I can clock it up to 270/570 stable. It will go higher, but what's the use, my CPU can't feed it any more.
     
  4. TwoFast4Lv

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    Mine Seems to be the same way. I have it at 300/600 now and it is happy. wont bench any higher with it set lower or higher so I will leave it. Although UT03 does play a little smoother at this setting ;)
     

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