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    rad 9800 pro 128

    what's the safe o/c amount for this.

    it's currently set at:

    378/337.50

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    Can't really give an exact ball park figure I'm affraid. No two 9800 pros will be identical, cooling conditions will be different and a lot of it comes down to luck in the end.
    Seen 9800 pros hit 450mhz on the gpu and 380+mhz on the ram, doesn't mean yours will. Then again, I've seen some bad results too.

    Best thing is to test yourself and find out.

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    will do, cheers guys.

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    as gurujockstrap said, theres no 2 alike so it all depends on ur card, it could be a gem or a jobbie.
    for reference mine runs at 425/360 for 24hr computing, if u want to work out optimum overclocker, use somethin like 3d mark 2k1 - bump up ur card speed in 10mhz steps (start at 400/350 cause most can do that) and when u get little "stars" on the screen (white dots) the core is at max overclock, glitching means the mem is maxed. Once u get both occurences drop the mhz back by about 15mhz and that should work safe all day.

    Sorry if u knew most of this already :S

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    cheers all. trial and error time. will try the safe 400/360 stage.

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