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  1. #1
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    overclock tnt2 ****m64**** -help

    ok ok , i know, i bought an m64, they arn't that great, but they are hell cheap.
    heres its specks
    32Mb ram
    2/4x agp fastest being 133Mhz
    apparently it is 300Mhz ram dac

    firstly, if i use tntclk, there are two bars
    core : 125MHz
    ram : 150 Mhz

    could someone please tell me a relatively safe limit for those bars without additional cooling addons.

    secondly, my fsb is at 124/44, does that increase my agp speed, if not, how can i?

    thanx heaps

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    green

    p-3 450@598
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    green

    p-3 450@600
    128 pc-133
    32 riva tnt2 m64

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    FIRST....does it have and on card fan...some do some dont....If yours doesnt, dont try to clock it until you get a socket 7 fan on that baby.

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    ok lets say i do have a socket 7 fan on it. Cause i will soon.
    what is a safe overclocked core speed and memory speed for it?

    note: using "tntclk"

    and would you happen to know how to speed up agp bus?

    thanx

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    green

    p-3 450@598
    128 pc-133
    32 riva tnt2 m64
    green

    p-3 450@600
    128 pc-133
    32 riva tnt2 m64

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    The 124MHz FSB may cut your M64 O/c success, cos increasing the AGP click = decresing the possible MHz o/c!!!
    Todor
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    U can speed up AGP by rising speed of FSB and that while oc your CPU to. Whel in chase you don`t know FSB is, lets say; speed of your memory and that is the frequency that your CPU multiplies to get heas core clock.
    If you rise FSB to high u can decrese multiplier and get normal CPU speed.
    rising FSB u o/c al other components conected to your MB what you probobly know.
    If you using FSB 100Mhz then devider is 1.5 for AGP and that u can use to calculate your AGP speed depending to FSB, so if FSB is 124 then AGP is 82,6 etc. PCI speed is AGP speed devided with 2 and in are example it would be 41.3MHz and ISA is 41,3/4=10,3. If you did not know this don`t think that this is all about PC is only very simplifide explenation and in one way wrong.

    If you using 66 FSB then devider is 1 and FSB=AGP

    For graphic I have same s..t and it works @ 135 and 172 for memory 100% stabile and minimal performance increase.
    If you using res up to 800x600x16 then your card is tha same as real TNT2.

    Don`t overclock if you don`t have proper cooling.

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    I've heard of people o/c a sniper2 m64 to 140/160 mem/core without extra cooling but it really also depends on where you live too. If WA is hot then get extra cooling etc...

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