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  1. #1
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    How much can a TNT2 handle?

    does anyone know what the speedlimit is of a tnt2nu?

    i'm afraid that if i go any higher(122fsb) that my card gets fried one day..

    do i have the right to be concerned?
    Fast, Faster, WooHoO!!!

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    SanduTje,
    Don't worry about your FSB. You're only concern should be what happens to the AGP bus speed when you change the FSB. Your manual should tell you. If the AGP bus is to high, your card may not work, but I doubt it won't work when you bring the speed back down.. I wouldn't worry about frying it, the only way I can see you doing that is OCing the TNT2U itself with something like PowerStrip. Even then, you would have to really work hard to ruin it.


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    i don't get..

    the divider is set on 2/3 of the fsb.
    so there must be a limit to let your card run at?
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    Mine ran at 150 2/3 so 100 AGP for a couple of months, but now it's giving me fits, so be warned, I'm not sure if it's the waterdamage or the FSB that made it weird out...
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    i assume u also got a tnt2??

    if so i know that it certainly can handle the 133+ fsb's!!

    nice to know
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