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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2000
    Brampton, Ontario, Canada

    Overclocking program


    anybody know where i can get a o/c'ing program.

    i have a v3 2k. and i have a case fan, would i need extra cooling, if i clock it to around 155-160

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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2000
    The Netherlands
    maybe u can find it at www.reactorcritical.com..

    how much u have to cool it depends on how much u want to oc it..
    at higher speed it creates more heat so it needs more cooling.. as simple as that

    if u don't do that your card gets unstable and crashed a lot !

    so if u consider oc-ing make sure u have a descent cooling in your system
    Fast, Faster, WooHoO!!!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2000
    I used it to oc my vid voodo 3 2000 to 170..works great. Im getting tons of emails asking me where the link is..I dont know..Im not on my home pc and i dont have the link memorized...th eweb page has drivers for all video cards and tons of games as well as oc utilities and benchmark programs.....can someone pleas post the link so these guys can get what they want...I cant respond to all the emails!!1

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Dec 1999
    Miami, FL, US
    have you guys seen a significant increase in performance (FPS) from o/c? I have a Voodoo3 2000 AGP and interested in doing it but Im afraid, I already damaged a cheap PCI video card by running it at 39MHz PCI.
    Cel [email protected]
    196MB PC133
    Voodoo3 2000 AGP

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Mar 2000
    Jakarta, Indonesia
    Nemesis2000, check this for OC'ing program/tweaking your V3: http://www.voodoofiles.com/news.asp

    NECESSARY EVIL, same question as Bandit22:
    do you REALLY get SIGNIFICANT DIFF after OC'ing when running heavy games (Q3A, UT, etc) ? I'm not talk about fps-benchmarking, I don't believe such b-marking fps numbers.

    Look at my system: V3 2K, No OC, 64MB. Q3A run a little (just a little!) stuttered, even when I'm walking ALONE (no enemies!). I realize this is because my HD is very-2 busy.
    Increasing my RAM to 128mb really satisfy me. No stuttered walking again. 3 enemies came, evrything looks smooth. So, BANDIT, just think again before overclocking V3. Try adding some memory if you have some spare money. It really worth.

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