D.O.T (dynamin overclocking technology) whts it?????

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  1. techno_funky

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    hi people well recently bought a MSI geforce FX card
    installed the driver in the
    properties menu i got this tab
    well i know abt the overclocking
    but wht abt those
    diffrent types of ??
    private
    sergents etc
    what are these
    any answers

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    please do answer
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    D.O.T is MSI's new overclocking technology, if you enable it then ur card clk rates will be dynamically or automatically overclocked depending on how graphic intensive the game is @ present. The private , sergeant, commander etc are levels of overclocking. Commander is 10 % overclock level. If the need arises, the cards clock rates are taken higher by 10%, so u will go from 250/400 to 275/440. But i'd still refer manual overclocking over DOT. But to ensure longevity of ur card, DOT is a good technology.
     
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    Ya, what blade runner said is right.
    But I prefer DOT over manual overclocking.
     
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    but lets see i need to be a cautious cause i dont have any active cooling device on my GPU just a heatsink
    what say guyz
     
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    Yeah u need to be cautious alrite. Just be on a lookout for artifacts on the screen. If the game doesnt look right, decrease ur clock settings by a few Hhz and then test again. You need to test rigourously to achieve a sweet-spot.
     
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