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Displays WTF is this now, OMG!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by DorkSterr, 12 Mar 2009.

  1. null_x86

    null_x86 Thread Closer

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    its overheating, reduce your clock, and get a fan control app and turn the fan on 100% when you start gaming, and you shouldnt run in to that problem again... (nvidia control panel has fan support built in, not sure about ATI)
     
  2. Zurechial

    Zurechial Elitist

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    Change it back?

    There's almost never any good reason to change PCI-E Frequency, especially not by 20!

    Some people swear by it and claim that going above 100, as high as 150, even; gives them more overclocking headroom or better texture fill rates, but frankly I've never seen any tangible benefit from it on my own system nor on anyone else's, only instability and problems.
    PCI-E frequency affects any devices which rely on the PCI-E bus, whether they be add-ins like PCI-E RAID cards, or the on-board S-ATA of your motherboard in certain cases.
     

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