Radeon 8500

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  1. microfox

    microfox New Member

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    Hi

    I'm new here so my question may have been answered in the past and I'm sorry for that.

    I have just installed the latest Plutonium Omega drivers for my Radeon 8500 (64 Mb) video card. My OS is Windows XP on an Intel P-IV 1.6GHz with 512 Mb of DDR.

    As I ran the Radeon Clocking Utility, I noticed that both the memory clock and the engine clock are set at 229.50.

    For some reason, I have always thought my card was supposed to be a 275. Am I missing something, here ?

    I mainly play Links 2003, High Heat 2003, F1 2002 and NHL 2003 on my computer.

    What are the danger (if any) to raise these two numbers and to which level could I raise them without ANY risk.

    thanks

    microfox
     
  2. RIV@NVX

    RIV@NVX Freedom is a feature.

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    Seems like LELE to me...
    Radeon 8500 = 275/275
    Radeon 8500LE = 250/250
    Radeon 8500LELE = 235/235
    Don't even think about uppering it, it will destroy your memory (probably it isn't 3.6ns)!
     

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