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    what is the difference between factory overclocked gpu and my home overclocked gpu (except the warenty) ?

    ami jante chahchi je, ami kii besi taka diye factory overclocked geforce 9600gt kinbo nakii kom dam diye normal ta kine overclock korbo ? factory overclocked gpu gulote kii performance home overclocked gpu gulor cheye bhalo paowa jai ?


    and, what is the best nvidia gpu overclocking tool ?


    thanks.

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    Overclocking is just overclocking.. no matter how you do it. Matter is, factory overclocked GPUs comes with better cooling solution like bigger heatsink, faster cooling fan, heat pipe or fins.. etc so your card gives better overclocked performance.
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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    ...and doesn't get cooked in the process...
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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    well said galib bhai!

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    factory oc is stable.
    but ur oc may not be, the risk is urs.

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    Depends. some factory overclocked graphics cards use better cooling, better PWM and/or better binned chips (the cores are taken from the center of the wafer which holds the cores, they usually contain the purest silicon which overclock higher)

    Other factory overclocked cards are simply the normal cards which are clocked slightly higher and buying the non-overclocked cards are better since their maximum overclocks will likely be the same

    If you state the models you are looking at, i can tell u whether u should go for the overclocked version

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    in terms of the value that u get from factory oced card is quite useless.

    let me explain me why.

    there are cards that com with good HS but at stock. Which u can safely OC ,which will easily exceed other

    factory cloked cards.

    1 very good example is Sapphire Dual slot HD 4850, im referring to this card since im using it nd know its

    potential.

    Besides The level of factory OC is pretty negligible yet they charge a premium for that little OC. so basically u r paying som1 to do the OC which u couldve done by urself for free (if u know wut u r doing dat is)

    although i do agree w mazhar that some good manufacturer (like gainward nd trust is a fact as well) use better die for overcloked edition but thats a risky bet...since u dont know 4 sure whether its a high

    quality die or not

    So my point is Buy a card with good HS at Stock frequency then OC by urself.
    Last edited by minitt; April 17th, 2009 at 18:26.

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    Well factory overclocked GPU gula ager theke test kora thake.Egular Heatsink ar cooler gula optimize kora thakey.Kintu own overclocking gula not optimized.Tai overclocking kore jhuki naoa thikna.

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    Ami
    8600 gt ekta korsilam. Kono prob ekhon porjonto hoi nai.
    In my point of view if you buy a PC hardware and it can be oced and if you dont than its a waste of hardware.
    I OC everything if it is not a issue with frying it. Buy the card with a better cooling solution not the oc version.
    And if you are buying 9600GT new than consider the sapphire ati hd4830 512mb. bIt is way better than the 9600gt and costs the same in BD. 9600 gt er price mone hoi beshi. I baught a 4830 for a frnd of mine last week for 10260.

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    So my point is Buy a card with good HS at Stock frequency then OC by urself.
    This is usually the better option, the OC editions are very rarely worth the price premium

    The cooling, better binned chips(only in the highest end versions like BFG OCX versions), better PWM section (some GPU's have extra voltage regulators) and/or better memory chips are the only thing to be excited about, and it should help OC more but still they are mostly not the price premium

    But very little GPU's have any of the above features, the manufacturers simply OC their cards by 25mhz, flash the bios and call it a day. you can do that yourself

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    i will suggest factory oc.
    like 8600GT fatality edition or XXX edition are quite better than the normal 8600GT.
    its true for all the cards.

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    fatality is just the design of the heatpipe :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    If you state the models you are looking at, i can tell u whether u should go for the overclocked version

    normal versions i'm looking for - ASUS EN9600GT/HTDI/512M or ecs 512mb version or something other.

    oced versions i'm looking for - 1. XFX 9600 GT 512MB DDR3 XXX Alpha Dog (PV-T96G-YDS4)
    2. XFX 9600 GT 512MB DDR3 XXX Alpha Dog (PV-T96G-YHS4)
    3. XFX 9600 GT 512MB DDR3 XXX Alpha Dog (PV-T96G-YHSU)
    4. Palit GeForce 9600GT Sonic
    5. ASUS EN9600GT TOP 512MB or something other.

    i dont know either they are available in bd or not. i dont know their prices.

    ---------- Post added at 11:15 ---------- Previous post was at 10:57 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    if you are buying 9600GT new than consider the sapphire ati hd4830 512mb. bIt is way better than the 9600gt and costs the same in BD. 9600 gt er price mone hoi beshi. I baught a 4830 for a frnd of mine last week for 10260.

    last time i saw 9600gt 512mb ddr3 normal version in dhaka was 8800/- (may be 8600/- now). i live in ctg. may be 9600gt 512mb ddr3 normal version is now 9000/- in ctg (i'm going to check out tomorrow). so 4830 may be now 10700/- in ctg. so, (10700-9000)=1700/-. is it worth the money. i cant decide. you guys say.


    one more thing, which is better 9600gt 512mb ddr3 (memory 900/core 650/shader 1625/bandwidth 57.6 GBps) @ (memory 1000/core 720/shader 1800/bandwidth 64 GBps) vs. radeon 4830 512mb ddr3 ?


    which is the best nvidia gpu overclocing tool ?

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    fatality is just the design of the heatpipe :/
    no bro then u know nothing.
    look @ this two spec.
    first is normal 8600GT 2nd is Fatal1ty

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    Quote Originally Posted by far.from.cry View Post
    normal versions i'm looking for - ASUS EN9600GT/HTDI/512M or ecs 512mb version or something other.

    oced versions i'm looking for - 1. XFX 9600 GT 512MB DDR3 XXX Alpha Dog (PV-T96G-YDS4)
    2. XFX 9600 GT 512MB DDR3 XXX Alpha Dog (PV-T96G-YHS4)
    3. XFX 9600 GT 512MB DDR3 XXX Alpha Dog (PV-T96G-YHSU)
    4. Palit GeForce 9600GT Sonic
    5. ASUS EN9600GT TOP 512MB or something other.

    i dont know either they are available in bd or not. i dont know their prices

    last time i saw 9600gt 512mb ddr3 normal version in dhaka was 8800/- (may be 8600/- now). i live in ctg. may be 9600gt 512mb ddr3 normal version is now 9000/- in ctg (i'm going to check out tomorrow). so 4830 may be now 10700/- in ctg. so, (10700-9000)=1700/-. is it worth the money. i cant decide. you guys say.

    one more thing, which is better 9600gt 512mb ddr3 (memory 900/core 650/shader 1625/bandwidth 57.6 GBps) @ (memory 1000/core 720/shader 1800/bandwidth 64 GBps) vs. radeon 4830 512mb ddr3 ?

    which is the best nvidia gpu overclocing tool ?
    Over the standard 9600GT, the XFX 9600 GT 512MB DDR3 XXX Alpha Dog (PV-T96G-YDS4) has been known to overclock further on the memory, but there is no guarantee that you will get a better binned core. Not worth it, and at that price youre just better off getting a 4830

    I think only the ECS 9600GT is under 10k, but i may be wrong. For an extra 1.5-2k the 4830 is entirely worth it. Even if the 9600GT is at 1000/720/1800, the 4830 will be faster. Only if you cant spend that much should you go for the 9600GT vanilla for under 9k

    Best nVidia GPU overclocking/tweaking tool: Rivatuner (IMO, but there are others)

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    Wink Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    no bro then u know nothing.
    look @ this two spec.
    first is normal 8600GT 2nd is Fatal1ty
    Actually the name"FATALITY" is added because the fatality heatpipe is added.They normally use it on oced cards as normal cards aren't always in need of better cooling.

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    I prefer OC version if OC version is not way too much overpriced...
    Example in BD Sapphire's ref/vanilla HD4870 goes for 24000TK & TOXIC(OC Version) goes for 25000TK.. in this case if I have to buy one of this cards I will go for the OC Version coz by just paying 1000TK more I'm getting a better product, I can OC it more, it will run cooler...

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Actually the name"FATALITY" is added because the fatality heatpipe is added.They normally use it on oced cards as normal cards aren't always in need of better cooling.
    lol
    u r wrong again.
    fatality is not the heatpipe
    this series was named after a famous gamer Johnathan Wendel nick Fatal1ty. check this if u interested http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatal1ty
    and this fatality series was closer to the GTS series if u check benchmarks..
    So u should go 4 the xxx black fatality series rather than the normal series.

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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    lol
    u r wrong again.
    fatality is not the heatpipe
    this series was named after a famous gamer Johnathan Wendel nick Fatal1ty. check this if u interested http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatal1ty
    and this fatality series was closer to the GTS series if u check benchmarks..
    So u should go 4 the xxx black fatality series rather than the normal series.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Actually the name"FATALITY" is added because the fatality heatpipe is added.They normally use it on oced cards as normal cards aren't always in need of better cooling.
    Didn't noticed this thread ealier.
    haha kis shob kotha
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    Default Re: factory overclocking vs. own overclocking ?

    checked this thread thoroughly and had a good over fatal1ty... nvm winterise..

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