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slybeans 09-05-04 05:53 PM

Asus v9560 - Fx5600
 
I was wondering why why i try to overclock this card it makes the card infact LESS stable and i get a major decrease in FPS on my games and artifacts, and i only increase it by 10mhz, my friend with his MSI version can far outdo my card so that got me thinking that something is wrong with the Asus card for overclocking

Is there any way for me to overclock successfully? Or is it just me?

And what would be very good drivers to play CSS or Doom3 with this card
the 61.77's get me around 30 fps in CSS and doom3

Doom 3 settings are 800x600, Medium Quality with no AA or AF
CSS settings are Everything of high with no AA of AF

30 fps is the lowest i get

Thats in advance for the help (mag)

ragejg 09-05-04 05:55 PM

Re: Asus v9560 - Fx5600
 
I'd try another 5600 BIOS...

slybeans 09-05-04 06:33 PM

Re: Asus v9560 - Fx5600
 
Sounds tricky

Oh well, can you help me on the driver front? :D

quik_2_win 09-05-04 08:51 PM

Re: Asus v9560 - Fx5600
 
The 61.77 driver is quite good in most aspects- especially in D3. Which program are you using to overclock, and how much are you overclocking when you get stability problems? All cards are not created equally, so comparing your card to another manufacturer is really meaningless...HOWEVER- the GPU is likely the exact same, card makers only really changing RAM modules- perhaps try to OC the core a bit more and the RAM a bit less?

slybeans 09-08-04 10:34 AM

Re: Asus v9560 - Fx5600
 
coolbits is what im using

but i was looking on the guru3d problems and it was the Asus bios config that was causing OCing trouble


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