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willmg
08-29-05, 09:56 AM
Hey all now that the GTs have been around fer a while thought I would check in on OCing expieriences.

Mine is the BFG OC, stock speeds of 425/1050

Using rivatuner I am stable at 470/1175

3dmark 05 went from 6900 to 7600 not bad.

Temps up from 46C to 50C

Weird thing was, when pushing the Core I never saw artifacts, but when I went to test at 480 rivatuner told me the test failed and it couldnt set that speed, anyone else seen this?(I did test at 475 and it worked but I like to stay about 10mhz off of max or problem areas)

willmg
08-29-05, 01:10 PM
No one else has overclocked a 7800GT?

zoomy942
08-29-05, 01:26 PM
i have an xfx 7800gt on the way, and i'll throw my zalman cooler on it and see what kind of overcloking results i get

fuelrod
08-29-05, 02:12 PM
I have not overclocked mine yet but, I have been keeping a running tab of review sites OC numbers so I have a good feel for how high I can go when I do :D. Here is the list so far

7800GT overclock potential

[H]ardOCP review (BFG): 490 core, 1200 mem
Gamergod review (EVGA): 480 core, 1200 mem
GamePC review (EVGA): 470 core, 1120 mem
GamePC review (ASUS): 460 core, 1120 mem
Techgage review (EVGA): 470 core, 1120 mem
gdhardware review (EVGA): 495 core, 1170 mem
guru3d review (EVGA): 465 core, 1200 mem
pro-clockers review (EVGA): 475 core, 1250 mem
rage3d review (EVGA): 485 core, 1250 mem

willmg
08-29-05, 02:22 PM
Interesting so mine is on the lower end for core but higher end for memory, heh not bad

kingmike
08-29-05, 08:55 PM
I have a bfg 7800gt I got from dell and its chugging along at 510 core 1.22 memory. Detecting optimal frequencies gives me a clock of 516 core and 1.23 memory :)

Warden13
08-30-05, 08:21 AM
Running my XFX 7800GT with watercooling at 490/1150 right now but I haven't even tried any higher settings. I just installed it, ran the slider up to 490/1150 and haven't had a hiccup. I'll probably try and crank it up this weekend.

Warden

Mr_LoL
08-30-05, 09:34 AM
Mines stable at 450 1.12ghz. Pretty pathetic if you ask me really.

GMcDougal
09-03-05, 05:59 PM
testing for optimal settings says its at 470/1.3. at 470 core,i get very slight texture corruption on stupid stuff (steering colum of the jeep,and thats all i see) but going down to 460 gets rid of the very slight texture corruption on the steering colum. the memory on this card is awesome.so far i got it at 1.4,NO artifacts,no texture corruption at all,so it may even do 1.5. i should note that my case cover is off due to it missing,so with a good airflow case,i could probably due 470 on the core,but its dead air around the card so im sure its not helping. btw,the card is a bfg 7800gt.

GeneralClaymore
09-03-05, 06:01 PM
edit: the glitches goes away at 440 but my mem is still at 1220 with my pny Verto 7800GT Vivo

tacos4me
09-03-05, 08:47 PM
I have an eVGA e-GeForece 7800GT and it does 480/1.22. I can take it to 500 core but I start to see some corruption after a few minutes. Idles at 39c load is about 59c, stock fan too. She runs cool.

eVGA is the best, even if I fry it from an OC they will still keep giving me new ones. :afro2:

zoomy942
09-03-05, 09:29 PM
mine is at 486/1.12. temps are 42C idle, 47 load. gotta love Zalman