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Guide: How to gain max. fps in Games

Discussion in 'Gamerz' started by hitman_never_dies, Mar 8, 2006.

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  1. hitman_never_dies

    hitman_never_dies New Member

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    nVidia
    "The way meant to be played"

    nVidia 6600 Series Only
    1)First overclock your graphic card by "Riva Tuner" or "nVHardpage".etc
    2)Change ur core & memory clock speed to 560/1060,
    3)Install Latest Drivers of nVidia such as newly released 84.16
    4)Increase ur Virtual Memory:
    Minimum Virtual Memory: 800 MB
    Maximum Virtual Memory Above 2 GB
    5)Off ur unwanted services
    6.Change ur theme to windows classic for performance
    7.Disable Antivirus Software
    8.Install GameBoost and GaimGain 2 Softwares from www.Softpedia.com
    9)Don't apply any wallpaper to desktop
    10.1 GB DDR SD RAM for games


    Install 3D Mark 03,05,06 and test ur system and tell me what u gained.
     
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    :!: Do not overclock your card directly to 560/1060. Increase speeds in 5 Mhz increments and test system for unstability before overcocking further. When you reach a speed at which the system is unstable, revert back to the last stable speed and decrease core frequency by a further 5 Mhz as a safety margin.
    And remember that by doing this you are voiding your warranty.
     
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    Hi Man

    oh sorry i forget to tell it.yeah don't overclock directly.
     
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    I really wish it was that easy ...... u could have done a bit more research .... not all 6600's can work at 560/1060 ..... the 6600's come with ddr mem. with a max. limit of 650 MHz .....
     
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