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    Default Rivatuner 2.05.....how do you clock the shaders?

    I just donwloaded rivatuner 2.05 but i cant see where the option is to overclock the shaders.id love to see how far i can push my card because its seems to be goin very high easily.

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    Ive found out!! heres a link to the site where i found the information
    http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?threadid=239261

    And that tells you how to unlock the hidden gem of a feature to overclock your shader clocks.

    And if your not sure where to adjust the settings talked about on that site just click: 1.Click Poweruser 2.Expand 'Rivatuner\System' icon 3.Scroll down to find 'NVAPIShaderClockControl' and set value to 1 (it has to be typed in) then also set 'NVAPIUsageBehavoir' to value 1.
    when you now go back into the overclocking section of rivatuner you will have the ability to change the shader clocks.remember to unlink them from the core though so you have maximum control.
    Iv overclocked mine now to 1.665 ghz and been running a test for 15mins now with no problems and the temps dont seem to go any higher at all for these higher clocks.

    If that is unclear at all please let me know and i will try and explain further but i hope this helps everyone squeeze a few more fps out of their cards.

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    Iv overclocked the shaders on my 8800gts so the clocks on my card are as follows core:675mhz shaders:1.7ghz mem:925mhz compared to stock for my card of core:560mhz shader:1.3ghz mem:850mhz
    So running the in built graphic test in F.E.A.R with all settings at maximum (including 4x AA and 16x AF) overclocked i got an average FPS of 77 compared to an average of 70 at stock so it can make quite a difference and doesn't seem to affect temperature too much at all.
    Obviously my tests arent quite as thorough as Jameson's but the shader clocks along with the normal overclocking does seem to allow some significant gains.

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    10% thats impressive

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    Wait, you can change the shaders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VandeeX View Post
    Wait, you can change the shaders?
    http://www.pureoverclock.com/story.php?id=1510

    Almost forgot - welcome to PureOC

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    Rivatuner gives you the option to overclock you shader linked to your core or independantly.

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