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Useful Overclocking Applications

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Azza, Jul 22, 2007.

  1. weescott

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  2. MrSeanKon

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    Add Throttle Watch and RightMark CPU clock utility. The first is useful for Intel users and the second for AMD.
    And don't forget OcBible (overclocking calculator) & Guidemania (overclocking guides). :D
    Anyway here you can see many of them OK post some here of the links :)
     
    Last edited: Oct 21, 2007
  3. weescott

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    Great thread very helpful (it's only taken me all night to spot the sticky:D) Cheers weescott, it was doing me nut in trying to get Core temp running, thanks.
     
  6. chrissss

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    is the ati tool reliable?

    I use it to scan artifacts, and I can get my core from my 8800GT on 745/2100 without artifacts.
     
  7. chrissss

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    How can I get speedfan to startup when I boot my pc?

    I can't find it in the options.

    most programs have something enabled that allows you to start it when logging into windows
     
  8. Azza

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    I shall update the thread once I get back with my food. :)





    I only use it to monitor temps really.

    Run 3DMark 06 and play some games to test out graphics overclocks I do.
     
  9. allllec

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    im using cista x64 hacked core temp,

    i assume its totally reliable? reason i ask is becuase it says Processor: "Intel Pentium E2140 (Conroe-2M)"

    i was under the impression that it should be labbled Conroe-1M not 2?

    and my temps are a bit toasty lol. me thinks i need an aftermarket cooler tbh!
     
  10. chrissss

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    Euhm, I want to know how I can get speedfan to start when I login to windows.

    I hate having to open it every time to put the fan speed on 75% manually.
     
  11. yantorsen

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    CoreTemp link needs updating ;)
     
  12. jk1001

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    I think there's an option in Speedfan for this, else but paste a shortcut into your Startup folder.
     
  13. Azza

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    Everything needs updating... :p


    Ill get onto it when I get back tonight.
     
  14. sepulchre

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    prime link is dead :(
     
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  18. AndyOcUK

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    Gainward Expertool...

    Clocks most 8800 series cards INCLUDING SHADERS

    Also has fan control:D
     
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  20. Cob

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