Overclocking your Notebook GPU?

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  1. MADAOO7

    MADAOO7 Newbie

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    I keep seeing posts or signatures of members with overclocked notebooks. I hear stuff about 8kfangui, but if you were to ever try googling that, it will spit out two irrelavent links. So how exactly do I go about overclocking safely? Please include links if you have them. Much appreciated.

    If it helps I have an HP zt3000 1.5 Centrino with 512MB ram and a 64 MB ATI Radeon 9200 GPU. THANKS ADAM

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  2. Quikster

    Quikster Notebook Deity NBR Reviewer

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    you can get the omegadrivers at www.omegadrivers.net and use radlinker to overclock it.

    zx5000 :: 2.4M :: 512 DDR :: 40gb 4200 RPM HD :: 15.4" :: Radeon 9600 Mobilty M10 :: Aquamark3 22,856
     
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    mathlete2001 Notebook Deity

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    http://www.diefer.de/i8kfan/
    There is the link to the fan software. You need to put i8kfangui, with the i in front. Overclocking is pretty safe, you just need to take it in baby steps, a few mhz at a time, with tests in-between.

    GPU cooling (100°C->75°C)* Inspiron 8600 * 1.8ghz Pentium M * 128 MB Radeon 9600 Pro Turbo (337/242 -> 400/300) * 2x256 MB DDR2700 SDRAM * Aquamark 3: 24058 * 3DMark'03: 3404 * 3DMark'01 SE: 13120
     
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