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    i have a gpu
    model:amd radeon hd 6850.
    but it does not overclock.
    have any...............sug??????

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    Default Re: upgrade PERFORMENCE

    How did you try to overclock it? Dude listen, if you can't, NEVER TRY TO OVERCLOCK BEFORE READING SOME ARTICLES ABOUT IT.

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    Default Re: upgrade PERFORMENCE

    Quote Originally Posted by Rasel View Post
    i have a gpu
    model:amd radeon hd 6850.
    but it does not overclock.
    have any...............sug??????
    @Rasel
    HD6850 is already a good card, no need to overclock it!
    when it gets old, then you can give a try..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    How did you try to overclock it? Dude listen, if you can't, NEVER TRY TO OVERCLOCK BEFORE READING SOME ARTICLES ABOUT IT.
    Right, overclocking is a voodoo art. Be prepared b4 u do anything. U might end up frying ur expensive hardware.

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    Default Re: upgrade PERFORMENCE

    Quote Originally Posted by Rasel View Post
    i have a gpu
    model:amd radeon hd 6850.
    but it does not overclock.
    have any...............sug??????
    Your best bet is to use a program like MSI afterburner, and up each clock speed 5-10mhz at a time and test in-between. You may not see much of a frame-rate improvement as you slowly up the clocks, in testing, but its the only way of overclocking without the possibility of messing up the graphics card altogether.

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    Keep in mind that as u up the clock, your card will be generating heat. So, at higher clocks and higher temps, your card memory may stop functioning at all. I OC-ed an 8800gt once - and the card started to artifact - display graphical garbage. It was within warranty and I was staying abroad at that time. So, got a fresh one.

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    Default Re: upgrade PERFORMENCE

    I don't see any reason for overclocking such a good card unless you've a 4GHZ core i7 sandy bridge processor that's bottlenecking the card which I highly doubt.

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    but i did not get any software which is help full that.
    why ?

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    it most definitely does, but there is no need to do so, because:

    1. not too many demanding games out there
    2. without your complete hardware config, it is difficult to recommend
    3. if the psu is not upto scratch, you'll be harming your system more than benefiting it performance wise
    4. overclocking usually generates a lot of heat and it's summer in Bangladesh, so don't let your gpu fry
    5. trust me on this, if you develop this hobby, your pc might be in for a nasty itch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xanadu View Post
    Keep in mind that as u up the clock, your card will be generating heat. So, at higher clocks and higher temps, your card memory may stop functioning at all. I OC-ed an 8800gt once - and the card started to artifact - display graphical garbage. It was within warranty and I was staying abroad at that time. So, got a fresh one.
    you were sure unlucky, not everyone ends up with a brick unless the oc was just too much, I have hit 810/1620/1150 without having to break a sweat and the card is still under use with the oced clocks as stock clock via bios mod by a nephew of mine for 2 years now just the fan's a bit noisy and works at ~80% all the time. And the little guy plays games like Assassins Creed whole day and I think he plays it a lot better than I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ll-r_o_m_u_l_u_s-ll View Post
    you were sure unlucky, not everyone ends up with a brick unless the oc was just too much, I have hit 810/1620/1150 without having to break a sweat and the card is still under use with the oced clocks as stock clock via bios mod by a nephew of mine for 2 years now just the fan's a bit noisy and works at ~80% all the time. And the little guy plays games like Assassins Creed whole day and I think he plays it a lot better than I do.
    you were lucky more likely! but anyways the thread opener should be cautious of the extra heat and get rid of it, it's a good piece of advice nonetheless.

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    8800GT Gigabyte, MSI, Asus, eVGA, shobari durability valo apart from XFX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ll-r_o_m_u_l_u_s-ll View Post
    you were sure unlucky, not everyone ends up with a brick unless the oc was just too much, I have hit 810/1620/1150 without having to break a sweat and the card is still under use with the oced clocks as stock clock via bios mod by a nephew of mine for 2 years now just the fan's a bit noisy and works at ~80% all the time. And the little guy plays games like Assassins Creed whole day and I think he plays it a lot better than I do.
    Right Romulus and emroz. I was both lucky and unlucky. Lucky to claim warranty and unlucky to get a card with intolerant ram. I did not dare OC the next one. However, the next one came with QIMONDA ram - real good stuff.

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