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Old 30-11-2005, 08:38 PM   #33
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Well it goes for single cards

512MB 7800GTX > 512MB X1800XT > 256MB 7800GTX > 256MB X1800XL > 256MB 7800GT

But myself not being a volt modder if my life depended on it, likes X1800XT and the voltage changes in software
I only flicked through a few threads but weren't people talking about the voltage not being that stable and a volt mod would be needed for high clocks anyway?
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Old 30-11-2005, 08:40 PM   #34
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nah it's stable for me so far see first post as to my progress right now and also how to properly set voltages

i'm at 715/828 and ram still going higher probably 855mhz like the other HIS X1800XT owner on XS forums

edit: wow mem clocks make a big difference !

i.e. 3000mhz opteron

3Dmark05 same windows session!
621/747 = 9,287
621/810 = 9,518
621/819 = 9,553
621/828 = 9,572

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Old 30-11-2005, 10:21 PM   #35
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Well this is where I am now... will work on clocking higher later

Opteron 146 CAB2E 0540FPMW @10x300HTT = 3000mhz at 1.408v
2x 512MB Gskill PC4400LE @272mhz 2.5-3-3-6 7-14-2222

3dmark05
@715/882 = 10,601
http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=1501277
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Old 30-11-2005, 10:38 PM   #36
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Nice work, your 3Ghz has allowed you to top my 10,500 score. Without more CPU grunt i fear i will not hold out any longer.
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Old 30-11-2005, 11:00 PM   #37
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Yeah i managed 10,756 in same windows session at 735/882 running 742/882 right now

so far

setting 2D clock in X1800 Oc'ing tool higher in same windows session and got:

650mhz = 648mhz real GPU 3D clock
660mhz = 654mhz real GPU 3D clock
670mhz = 668mhz real GPU 3D clock
680mhz = 675mhz real GPU 3D clock
685mhz = 681mhz real GPU 3D clock
690mhz = 688mhz real GPU 3D clock <-- had to increase and fix fan speed from 31% to 100%
700mhz = 695mhz real GPU 3D clock (upped GPU volt from 1.275v stock to 1.325v in ATI Tool - shows at 1.35v in OC'ing tool)
702mhz = 702mhz real GPU 3D clock (1.35v ATI Tool)
703-708mhz = 702mhz real GPU 3D clock
710mhz = 708mhz real GPU 3D clock (1.375v ATI Tool)
711-715 = 708mhz real GPU 3D clock
716mhz = 715mhz real GPU 3D clock (1.4v ATI Tool)
717-723mhz = 715mhz real GPU 3D clock
724mhz = 722mhz real GPU 3D clock (1.425v ATI Tool)
730mhz = 729mhz real GPU 3D clock (1.425v ATI Tool)
740mhz = 735mhz real GPU 3D clock (1.425v ATI Tool)
745mhz = 742mhz real GPU 3D clock (1.425v ATI Tool)
750mhz = 749mhz real GPU 3D clock (1.425v ATI Tool)

same goes for mem clocks in X1800 Oc'ing tool

780mhz = 774mhz real mem 3D clock
800mhz = 792mhz real mem 3D clock
810mhz = 810mhz real mem 3D clock
820mhz = 819mhz real mem 3D clock
830mhz = 828mhz real mem 3D clock

840mhz = 837mhz real mem 3D clock - (artifacts when GPU voltage is stock but at 1.375v GPU volts no artifacts even though mem volts are still untouched at stock! )

850mhz = 846mhz real mem 3D clock (1.375v GPU ATI Tool)
860mhz = 855mhz real mem 3D clock (1.375v GPU ATI Tool)
870mhz = 864mhz real mem 3D clock (1.375v GPU ATI Tool)
880mhz = 873mhz real mem 3D clock (1.375v GPU ATI Tool)
890mhz = 882mhz real mem 3D clock (1.375v GPU ATI Tool)
900mhz = 900mhz real mem 3D clock (1.375v GPU ATI Tool) - artifacts

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Old 30-11-2005, 11:08 PM   #38
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maybe crank the CPU to 3.15GHz as well to try and get 11K...........nice scores btw
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Old 30-11-2005, 11:24 PM   #39
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wow nice results eva.
The mem seems to have a lot of headroom from stock.
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Old 30-11-2005, 11:31 PM   #40
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Thanks guys this is where i am now for 3dmark05 at least

@750(749)/890(882) = 10,869
http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=1501440

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