9600 GSO 384 MB

Zap

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Many seems to have overclocked their GSO to around the levels of an 8800/9800 GT factory overclocked card, meaning around 650-750MHz. Your EXACT numbers may vary.
 

spdfreak

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Mine does 700 core and 1000 memory. (EVGA dual slot) I got it from newegg on the 36.00 deal and I got the rebate back today- just under a month. Smokin deal for 36.00. BTW, OC the memory to the bleeding edge makes a big difference on this card.
 

OmegaShadow

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i've been running mine at 752/1880/1083 for the last 1 and half month. brought my 8800gs back in march 2008 when it was a "SMOKING HOT" deal for $115 after MIR.

it's the EVGA with stock everything.
 

Denithor

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Originally posted by: spdfreak
Mine does 700 core and 1000 memory. (EVGA dual slot) I got it from newegg on the 36.00 deal and I got the rebate back today- just under a month. Smokin deal for 36.00. BTW, OC the memory to the bleeding edge makes a big difference on this card.
I have two running 702/1728/1000 that crunch F@H 24/7.

And I just got back my $40 rebate today also! They must mail checks in batches or something.
 

VirtualLarry

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Forget artifacts, test using 3DMark 2001. It "freezes up" the video driver, at anything around or over 650. I had to downclock my friend's card to 600/1000.

I'm willing to bet that 100% of you guys that are running 700MHz core or higher have never tested thoroughly with 3DMark2001.
 

MustangSVT

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Originally posted by: VirtualLarry
Forget artifacts, test using 3DMark 2001. It "freezes up" the video driver, at anything around or over 650. I had to downclock my friend's card to 600/1000.

I'm willing to bet that 100% of you guys that are running 700MHz core or higher have never tested thoroughly with 3DMark2001.
lmao.. how much are you willing to bet?

 

Denithor

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Originally posted by: MustangSVT
Originally posted by: VirtualLarry
Forget artifacts, test using 3DMark 2001. It "freezes up" the video driver, at anything around or over 650. I had to downclock my friend's card to 600/1000.

I'm willing to bet that 100% of you guys that are running 700MHz core or higher have never tested thoroughly with 3DMark2001.
lmao.. how much are you willing to bet?
And just why would I need to subject it to a benchmark stress test? I use my two for F@H crunching 24/7 and they perform with complete stability and moderate temps.
 

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