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Old 01-06-07, 10:06 AM   #11
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Default Re: PCI-E Geforce 6800 Problem

I'll look for something that will let you enter your clockspeeds as numbers instead of sliders......just thought about PowerStrip I'm pretty sure you can enter your clockspeeds as well as using the slider technique,try lowering the core first since your memory isnt artifacting leave it alone.Hope it helps,your P/S is sufficient,if this doesnt help...sink the pink and format.
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