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Graphics x1900 overclock

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Aphex_, 26 Jan 2006.

  1. Aphex_

    Aphex_ New Member

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    just wondered if anyone had seen anyone overclocking this yet, i know atitool has been updated to support it but i can't find any overclocks been posted yet.

    i know the xtx is basically a xt overclocked by 25/50MHz but i was wondering if anyone had gone further...
     
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    ^^^^^ link doesn't work...
     
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    they are in the middle of a forum update, the site will be down for awhile
     
  5. bsslove

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    HOHO,

    I just know something about Graphics RAM of Samsung.

    Infineon gives us 1600MHz DDR3 for extremeness

    if ati want to control cost, ATi can not use the RAM which frequency high than 1600. or cost much more.

    So I do not think X1900XT is good for overclock.
     
  6. bsslove

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    HOHO,

    I just know something about Graphics RAM of Samsung.

    Infineon gives us 1600MHz DDR3 for extremeness

    if ati want to control cost, ATi can not use the RAM which frequency high than 1600. or cost much more.

    So I do not think X1900XT is good for overclock.

    and the core. 6XX is very high for TMSC 90nm.

    we all know R5XX `s choiceness odds is very low.

    ATi just can cut 12dies in one 12inch wafer!!!! onle 12 dies!!!!
     
  7. Highland3r

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    Eh? The XT uses 1.2ns (afaik) ram which is plenty fast enough... The XTX uses 1.1ns (and a fair few of the early XT's too)
    A little voltage bump should see the XT's ram clock quite nicely anyway, 2.1/2Vdd/vddq should see decent speeds...
    There looks to be a decent amount of headroom in both the core and the memory on these cards (if you can cool) Plus the software voltage options make things easier to get decent speeds from the cards...
     
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