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zebraC 11-13-04 09:27 PM

Turning off nVidia's AutoBreak overclocking mechanism
 
Hi,

Thought this was the most appropriate forum section for it, given its all about marking and OC'ing.

Have an FX5900XT currently running @ 480/781. It runs perfectly stable at these speeds. 0 artifacing, no strange tex. tearing. Perfect.

I want to be able (using coolbits/rivatuner) push beyond this point without the obligatory whinge telling me "it was not stable at these speeds" warnings. I am confident the card can go much further.

Can anyone help me out here? Is it a registry based hack that needs applying? Or is it more a low level issue, in which case, BIOS flash.

Thanks.

zebraC 11-24-04 02:20 AM

Re: Turning off nVidia's AutoBreak overclocking mechanism
 
70 views and not a single reply.....anybody? =(

Diamond_G 11-24-04 03:14 AM

Re: Turning off nVidia's AutoBreak overclocking mechanism
 
there is an option in rivatuner to not do the test. look under the power users settings.


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