Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by Undertaxxx, Jul 19, 2009.
I'd just leave it at
that should work perfectly.
sorry but i have a 9500m GS but if u dont mind can u tell me what guide u used to over clocked?
Yes that overclock is designated for your 9500M GS.
And I did not use a guide, but based on other users I identified what was going on. The memory, core, and shader all have a relationship with each other and need to be balanced.
that's my best result so far when the clocks are: 650/1425/500
Thanks for the help guys
WHOA, 5K on a 9500M GS! That is MONSTROUS!
What resolution was that?
(now I've got half a mind to try and crank my own clocks up more)
But i'm not quite sure i did a good job, because I just recovered from having a BSOD (blue screen of death) saying there was something wrong with my VGA,.. I don't know I didn't bother reading it all.. Anyway:
I've put my clocks down a little again, I don't want to permanently damage my gpu..
I wonder how my score would be with a +175 shader clock over yours...
Only one way to find out ^^
but i see that your cpu is slower...
So yeah try it, Let me know the results..
(I might start another topic about this.. :O)
Test results? Or didn't you test yet?
Wow, very nice results there, keep them up Didnt think 9500m had it in it lol.
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