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Overclocking The GeForce4 - FrostyTech.com Overclocking The GeForce4
Mon Mar 04, 2002 | 1:58A| PermaLink
What self respecting PC Enthusiast wouldn't take a brand new graphics card technology and push it to its limits? Well, perhaps there are a few conservative types out there that would rather take the "in warranty" and stable path of stock clock speeds. The HotHardware Team however, like many in our field, takes pride in exploring the outer limits of new hardware that hits our labs. In this quick analysis, we plan to show you just what the GeForce4 Ti 4600 can do with a little help from the "coolbits" clock frequency control panel tab. We didn't perform any crazy over-the-top modifications to our GeForce4 Ti4600 either. Rather, we intended to show you a simple setup and overclock that can be achieved by the average user without too much effort. Now, with that said, we'll insert our standard disclaimer here. As if you didn't know, overclocking voids your warranty and all GeForce4 cards are not created equal. Our experiences here will be somewhat typical, if you were to work with a GeForce4 Ti 4600 card based on the nVidia reference design with the same stock heat sink / fan combo and card cooler setup we used. Speaking of which, let's give you a feel for the simplicity of our setup and how it works.
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