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Created On: 04/19/2010 06:59 PM
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 04/19/2010 06:59 PM
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NemesisChild
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Ok now it's my turn to seek advice, please be kind to me...lol
I have never overclocked a PCI-E bus before, but of course it's simple to do.
Is it worth overclocking it and does it help with gaming/bandwidth and Vantage scores?
And how high can I go or should I go with a single GPU platform?

Heard somewhere that you shouldn't go over 120MHz, true or false?

Thanks folks!!!

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 04/19/2010 07:17 PM
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only needed when running a multi GPU environment to stabilize the flow.

I have to use 106 to get 3 GPU,s to run stable at decent overclocks.

It will not help single GPU your 285 GTX don't even use 8x little less 16x.

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 04/19/2010 07:25 PM
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Tried it out at one point using 105-110mhz and saw no gains.

Heard it can lead to hdd corruption if done too high.

I could see it helping multi gpu's but it didnt help me any.

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