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Sapphire X800 Pro And 3.6pent

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I am looking to overclock my Intel Pentium 3.6Ghz w/HT 800FSB and my Sapphire x800 PRO I got a few months ago. I was just wondering how you guys would go about this.. There is this 'redline' program that came with the card, and I am just wondering if I should use this, or something else. And to what extent? How much until its too much?

 

And what program should I use to oc the pentium chip?

 

Thanks all.

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ATI tool for the x800 and your motherboard bios for the P4 :D and the extent is discovered by heat buildup, and stability (artifacting aswell for the card)

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I agree that ATI tool is great for OCing that vid card. BTW, is that card a VIVO? If so, I would flash it to an XT to open up those extra pipelines. I did it on my x800 pro and it has helped performance a lot.

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Sorry... Vivo?

 

It's a 256 Sapphire x800 PRO PCI-E card.

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vivo=video in video out :)

 

the agp vivo pro's can be flashed to xt's, as long as its a vivo card

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