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    Default Nvidea geforce 6200 se turbo cache over clocking

    I have a quesion i have a 6200 se turbo cache and so far i over clocked it to 363mhz core clock frequesncy and 1.09gigs of memory clock frequency how much farther can i go somtimes it says hardware has failed to run at specified settings. so how far can i keep goikng?

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    sounds like you hit it's limit already there or does this hardware failure happen at stock settingd?

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    Yea sometimes cards can wimp out real quick, not being able to OC worth a penny. Also, what brand card do you have. If it is an ATi card that's most likely your problem. ATi, along with selling their GPU's to other manufacturers(Sapphire,GECUBE etc), make their own cards but they generally don't OC well.

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    ack, hehe what a silly question I asked.:$

    To be honest you might, if you haven't already, run into heat issues. That is what usually limits a cards OC potential.

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    to be honest, you're not going to get much extra performance by overclocking a 6200 turbo cache, tis a pretty poor card for gaming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PressESCtoquiT View Post
    ATi, along with selling their GPU's to other manufacturers(Sapphire,GECUBE etc), make their own cards but they generally don't OC well.
    0_0 really damn, i have an ATI card, and iv been trying to OC it for a wile, and iv always been getting these randm green or red or purple pixels where they shudent be, mabe thats why

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    lol PressESCtoquiT, i get where your coming from with the ATi comment, but it's only going to make newcomers think ATI is a load of toss and that you should avoid them.

    ATI are on par wth Nvidia, but in general i would agree that Nvidia cards are a little better with overclocking, doesn't mean they are faster though, i'd rather of had an X1900 XT over a 7900 GTX, for example. obviously the 8800 series is amazing right now, but ATI hasn't answered back yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlippyKid View Post
    0_0 really damn, i have an ATI card, and iv been trying to OC it for a wile, and iv always been getting these randm green or red or purple pixels where they shudent be, mabe thats why
    it's not because you have an ATI card, it's just because the 9000 Pro is an old budget card, there are plenty of Nvidia cards out there which are budget orientated that will do exactly that same as yours when overclocked. Should just point out that other peoples 9000 Pro's might overclock far, same with some cheap nvidia cards, every card is different, it's just pot luck to how well something overclocks though generally if you buy mid range or highend stuff it all overclocks well, but still with a large margin of difference in there (some may get a E6600 to 3.0GHz, some 3.2GHz).
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    lol PressESCtoquiT, i get where your coming from with the ATi comment, but it's only going to make newcomers think ATI is a load of toss and that you should avoid them.
    haha, I'll admit it does sound like that, reading it again.
    Dont get me wrong ATi cards are very stable vid cards, I have one myself. I had heard that they dont OC well all the time, but then again like you just said every card is different.

    And to add, your also not "supposed to" overclock your hardware.

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