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Old 07-18-04, 12:29 AM   #19
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Default Re: Geforce 6800NU overclocking

BYUNews, I dont mean to say I dont trust your results. But I can definately speak for UT2004 showing signifigant gains from OCing. Hmm hang on I'll do some stock scores first

Originally Posted by BYUNews
Carnivore: I don't think that's possible. Nvidia made a point of not pulling a "Radeon 9500", and made the 6800NU a different core than the other 6800s. I don't think the pipelines are physically there.
Actually according to ixbt labs the 4 pipes can still be enabled, But they were broken on their 6800NU.
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