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    O.C. the GeFORCE II MX...

    Can anyone tell me please...

    How far could you go o.c. on a GeForce II MX?

    My record is 215/205... but i donīt know whitch is best Core O.C. or Memory O.C.?

    Should the two speeds be equal or should i stress one more and not so much on the other?

    Is it O.K. to overclock the GPU when iīm o.c. the CPU (and then some...)?

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    Memory bandwidth is lacking on the GeForce MX cards so therefore overclocking the memory would bring about the best results. Overclock as far as you think you can till artifects show up on your screen during 3D Game play (Q3, UT, T2). There's some benefit from the core and memory speeds matching (or having a multiplier effect, e.g. Core is 2X Memory speed) so do your own testing to see if that happens for you.

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