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  1. Posts : 109
    Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
       #1491

    N00berG00ber said:
    SikMindZ said:
    I finally figured it out! Your avatar has been driving me nuts. It's from Invader Zim or whatever, right? The short lived nickelodeon cartoon from about 15 years ago?
    HAHA Bingo! THE MOST AMAZING CARTOON OF ALL TIME!
    Wow... that brings back some great childhood memories. I turned 30 in August and I'd do anything to go back to those days. 16 years ago is when I built my first rig. A P3 450 with 128mb Ram, 13gb HD, a 17' 1600x1200 monitor and a 3dfx Voodoo Banshee 16mb Video Card. Quake 2 and a dial up internet connection...nothing like it.

    I remember spending about 2 days researching, trying to figure out if I wanted the banshee or the riva TNT card, because it could do 32bit color. I was so certain that glide would take over back then.
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  2. Posts : 26,448
    Windows 11 Pro
       #1492

    Hi. Noober. I wish you a lot of luck moving up the charts. You have a great card and the right card to do it. Benchmarking is what those cards are made for. If you don't know who Kingpin is, you may want to read about him. I believe he holds world records in overclocking Graphics cards. So, he would tell you that for him to allow a card to have his name on it, a card has to be a real serious overclocking contender. You have one of those cards and they are strong as acid. I wish you luck at getting to the top of the chart. If you have the right set up, you could possibly do it. But I would guess it would take a minimum of putting it under water or maybe LN2 to get in excess of 1600 MHz to do it. That is a tall order for any 700 series card. I think Paul and I found out what the max is on a 700 card on Air. He will tell you about that. He and I both love a friendly challenge. There is a thread here that shows how much fun it can be. He and I had a ball. Everyone else loved it too. It's the thing that makes these threads fun to watch. I suspect when a few more people get 980s and the 980TI's or Titans come out, you will see some very serious numbers put up on these boards. Whether I'll be a Participant this time or not, I don't know. I do know I do love a challenge, but I'm not sure I still have it in me to push very hard. I do know the card has it in it, but I don't think I have it in me. I still like to play a little, but serious overclocking; I'm really not sure and don't think so. But, Paul will probably tell you I do. I just don't think he is right on that one. Although, I will admit, I am not above sandbagging. Good luck to you, and just remember, no guts, no glory. Paul is thinking about a 970. I suspect with his skills at overclocking, he will be a threat to me with a lesser card. Paul is the Master overclocker here. The only piece of advice I will give you is don't talk about challenging the top guys on the charts of any benchmarking thread. They take big talk seriously. There was someone here who did and his score ended up way down the list. There's some serious overclockers here, who you do not want to issue a challenge. I don't consider myself one of them right now. So, my advice to you is don't talk about it, just do it and throw the numbers up. Just putting a number up is enough of a challenge. Talking about it just adds fuel to the fire and will cost you in the end. A few here can tell you that from experience. Dude has the right idea and does it right. He knows to never throw the gauntlet down. Just shut up and crank up the voltage. Dude's the man.
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  3. Posts : 1,486
    Windows 10 Pro
       #1493

    SikMindZ said:
    N00berG00ber said:
    SikMindZ said:
    I finally figured it out! Your avatar has been driving me nuts. It's from Invader Zim or whatever, right? The short lived nickelodeon cartoon from about 15 years ago?
    HAHA Bingo! THE MOST AMAZING CARTOON OF ALL TIME!
    Wow... that brings back some great childhood memories. I turned 30 in August and I'd do anything to go back to those days. 16 years ago is when I built my first rig. A P3 450 with 128mb Ram, 13gb HD, a 17' 1600x1200 monitor and a 3dfx Voodoo Banshee 16mb Video Card. Quake 2 and a dial up internet connection...nothing like it.

    I remember spending about 2 days researching, trying to figure out if I wanted the banshee or the riva TNT card, because it could do 32bit color. I was so certain that glide would take over back then.
    Haha nice man! i remember waking up early every morning to watch Invader Zim, Rugrats, and Rocket Powers. I wish those shows would come back on!
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  4. Posts : 109
    Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
       #1494

    N00berG00ber said:
    SikMindZ said:
    N00berG00ber said:

    HAHA Bingo! THE MOST AMAZING CARTOON OF ALL TIME!
    Wow... that brings back some great childhood memories. I turned 30 in August and I'd do anything to go back to those days. 16 years ago is when I built my first rig. A P3 450 with 128mb Ram, 13gb HD, a 17' 1600x1200 monitor and a 3dfx Voodoo Banshee 16mb Video Card. Quake 2 and a dial up internet connection...nothing like it.

    I remember spending about 2 days researching, trying to figure out if I wanted the banshee or the riva TNT card, because it could do 32bit color. I was so certain that glide would take over back then.
    Haha nice man! i remember waking up early every morning to watch Invader Zim, Rugrats, and Rocket Powers. I wish those shows would come back on!
    Rocket Power...wow. You damn shoe-bi.
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  5. Posts : 1,991
    10 Pro x64
       #1495

    SikMindZ said:
    N00berG00ber said:
    SikMindZ said:

    Wow... that brings back some great childhood memories. I turned 30 in August and I'd do anything to go back to those days. 16 years ago is when I built my first rig. A P3 450 with 128mb Ram, 13gb HD, a 17' 1600x1200 monitor and a 3dfx Voodoo Banshee 16mb Video Card. Quake 2 and a dial up internet connection...nothing like it.

    I remember spending about 2 days researching, trying to figure out if I wanted the banshee or the riva TNT card, because it could do 32bit color. I was so certain that glide would take over back then.
    Haha nice man! i remember waking up early every morning to watch Invader Zim, Rugrats, and Rocket Powers. I wish those shows would come back on!
    Rocket Power...wow. You damn shoe-bi.
    Omg my childhood lol.
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  6. Posts : 109
    Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
       #1496

    I need some help if anyone can give me an idea as to what is going on.

    For some reason, I can no longer change the voltage on my cards. Before I added the 3rd one, I could change it. And now for some reason, they are locked. Card 1 and 3 are at 1.250 and the 2nd is at 1.256. Any ideas?
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  7. Posts : 5,915
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #1497

    Great score Patrick!

    SikMindZ, may be driver related. Did you clean install the driver?
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  8. Posts : 109
    Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
       #1498

    Dude said:
    Great score Patrick!

    SikMindZ, may be driver related. Did you clean install the driver?
    Yeah, I always use DDU(Disk Driver Uninstaller) every time before I update drivers. I've had too many problems/conflicts in the past to not do it.
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  9. Posts : 1,486
    Windows 10 Pro
       #1499

    SikMindZ said:
    Dude said:
    Great score Patrick!

    SikMindZ, may be driver related. Did you clean install the driver?
    Yeah, I always use DDU(Disk Driver Uninstaller) every time before I update drivers. I've had too many problems/conflicts in the past to not do it.
    ok do this:

    Make a restore point and Registry backup
    Uninstall normally through control panel
    download Auslogics registry cleaner
    reboot in safe mode
    go through program files and program x86 and delete ALL AMD folders and files
    go into app data and do the same
    go into program data and do the same
    go into Regedit
    go through Current user, local machine, and users >software> delete ALL AMD entries
    open up Auslogics
    check all the boxes on the left
    run it 3X
    open up DDU
    run DDU normally
    reboot
    reinstall drivers
    set up CCC
    reboot
    open DDU
    return windows update to normal
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  10. Posts : 26,448
    Windows 11 Pro
       #1500

    SikMindZ, just for a try. Even DDU usually does not uninstall the actual drivers. They are in a folder wherever CCC and AMD installs your drivers. Find the drivers and manually delete them. Then uninstall from add/remove programs. That is what I do with the Nvidia drivers. Physically remove them from the computer. Try to make it as much like a clean install of the OS as you can. Then install the new drivers, but select a custom install and only install what you actually use. You do not need any of the audio junk both AMD and Nvidia install. You do not actually normally need CCC. All that you really need is the graphics drivers. You may need more than normal with your set up. If you actually need it, install it. But don't install anything you do not use. Just a suggestion that may or may not help. If the program you use to set your voltage is an actual installed program, uninstall it. When you are completed installing everything else, install a fresh copy of it. Are you running a modded bios on your cards? If you are and none of the above works, reflash the bios.

    Good suggestions by Noober, just as long as you do step #1 first and even a system image just in case everything goes to crap. But Noober's suggestions are good. Desperate times need desperate measures.
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