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    Unhappy 9600XT overclocking problem

    Right ive installed a rad 9600xt into my shuttle SN41G2, and was gonna look into overclockin a bit. Ive also installed Rage 3d tweak, but when I go to the overclock tab in the settings, the core clock and memory clock are just stated NA( not Availiable AFAIK ) instead of the stock speed settings. Anyone got any ideas as to why this is happenin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeps
    Right ive installed a rad 9600xt into my shuttle SN41G2, and was gonna look into overclockin a bit. Ive also installed Rage 3d tweak, but when I go to the overclock tab in the settings, the core clock and memory clock are just stated NA( not Availiable AFAIK ) instead of the stock speed settings. Anyone got any ideas as to why this is happenin?
    I'm using Rage3D to overclock too, but I have no problems...

    What drivers are you using? Have you tried the Omega ones? They've sorted out a lot of problems for me!

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    yep, i can higly recommend the omega drivers, they seem to 'fill in the missing gaps' from what i can see. come with some nice utils for o/c and testing too.

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    another vote for the Omega drivers - I did use the latest ones but had a couple of problems with Call of Duty so dropped back to the 2.4.78's and they work great and have the radclocker tool - not sure if the later ones do.

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    I am running the latest 4.1 Omega drivers, still the same, might take the card out and try it on my upstairs rig bit of a pain in the arse though ) see if the problem persists. Any other ideas would be greatly appreciated

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    What mobo you got? Dunno if that could cause them not registering?

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    if u wanna clock thru the ati driver control panel, you need to install radclocker and radlinker. I personally recommend using something from a 3rd party such as Rivatuner or ATi tool though, from my own experiences I've got better clocks from ATi Tool and Rivatuner than I have from the Control Panel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Al
    What mobo you got? Dunno if that could cause them not registering?

    Its the motherboard that was in the shuttle SN41G2, im also running 2 sticks of geil 3200 256meg of memory and a barton 2.5gig running at stock speeds.

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