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DZ187
09-09-05, 04:33 PM
Is my 6600GT melting away at this very moment?

acrh2
09-09-05, 04:35 PM
I used to have 9700pro and then x800xt pe which had zero problems with running at AGP bus up to 100MHz. Dunno about 6600gt :(.

DZ187
09-09-05, 04:37 PM
I used to have 9700pro and then x800xt pe which had zero problems with running at AGP bus up to 100MHz. Dunno about 6600gt :(.

Any performance increases?

Gentle
09-09-05, 04:52 PM
Well, you know...

You've got the ability to run it at standard and do some benchmarks and then use the utility to up the AGP bus clock and run some more benchmarks.

Why don't *you* tell us if it shows any performance increases?

Gentle

DZ187
09-09-05, 04:54 PM
Well, you know...

You've got the ability to run it at standard and do some benchmarks and then use the utility to up the AGP bus clock and run some more benchmarks.

Why don't *you* tell us if it shows any performance increases?

Gentle

If my card explodes I dont have the money to replace it :o

Ah what the hell, I'll do 3dmark 2005 anyway

seeker010
09-09-05, 08:31 PM
I really doubt you'll see any increase. if there were any going from 66mhz->82, you'd see a difference going from 1x->2x->4x->8x. that really hasn't been the case. on the other hand I really don't see too much potential for damage, but then again you could do some damage to the agp connector on the card or the mobo....