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    creative riva tnt 2 ultra

    how high can I go?
    clocked to 190mhz - seems ok (not much better
    on benchmark tho')
    can I try the max? (202mhz)
    Also, can anybody tell me the best settings for best performance in Blaster control tweaks?
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    Dont overclock the core, it gets you nowhere. Drop it back down to 170 or 165 before ya burn it up. What you want to overclock, is the memory. Thats what give you the best performance boost.

    I have my TNT2 Ultra at 169/215.

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    From what I used to remember seeing a lot back when the TNT2 Ultra was new, the Creative Ultra's memory seemed to overclock very well. Creative used 5ns RAM on all their Ultra cards (not 100% sure).

    Mine clocks up to 180/230 with a 486 fan(175/230 with the stock fan). There is zero improvement after 175/220 so thats all I bother with. YMMV, though.

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