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#1 ivan86

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Posted 23 October 2008 - 10:01 AM

Hello all!! After days and days i finally succeed overclock my Nvidia 9300m G!

I tried many tools but noone worked, the problem was with the driver..

I tried 178.13 178.15 and also 178.24 modded by Dox but everytime i tried overclock my GPU clocks reseted to default.
So i tried install the old version 169.04 and they work really good!! i can also overclock with them!!

My Nvidia 9300m G is the old 8400m GS with support for directx 10 so not a great card for games anyway my default clocks was 400 mhz for core (800mhz shader) and 400 mhz (800 mhz effective) for memory gddr2.

With atitool i used the options find max core/memory and found 620 mhz as max value for core and 490 mhz as max value for memory !!! really nice!! + 220 mhz for core and +90 for memory !!

Anyway for do not have problems i did few benchmark with core at 580 Mhz and memory at 450 Mhz and here the results:

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My 3dmark 2005 score went from 3294 point with 178.24 by Dox and default clocks to 4093 with 169.04 and clocks at 580core/450memory (+799)

My 3dMark 2006 score went from 1689 point with 178.24 by Dox and default clocks to 2202 with 169.04 and clocks at 580core/450memory (+513)

Also games look more smooth!!

Soon ill try with better clock :)

edit: forgot to say that my GPU temp never go up 65° :) always 62° - 64° while i play games or do 3dMarks test

I posted this for share my experience and help someone here that still cannot overclock his card :P try driver 169.04 ^^

is way better use 169.04 and overclock your card then use the new 178.24 or 180.42 and with default clocks

sorry for my bad english but im italian ^^

Edited by ivan86, 23 October 2008 - 10:04 AM.


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Posted 06 November 2008 - 01:59 AM

With the 180.43 you can overclock too using ntune. Go to the nvidia website and find ntune. It is really easy to use. My default clock is 580/400 MHZ, I overclock to 750/430 MHZ the temp never exceeds 55C cause i have laptop cooler.

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Posted 11 December 2008 - 09:34 PM

With the 180.43 you can overclock too using ntune. Go to the nvidia website and find ntune. It is really easy to use. My default clock is 580/400 MHZ, I overclock to 750/430 MHZ the temp never exceeds 55C cause i have laptop cooler.


u r probably using a desktop card... i dont think nvidia allows you to install ntune on a laptop GPU.. unless you have some modded exe...

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Posted 12 December 2008 - 02:04 AM

I think both posts are incorrect.

First 180.43 is no better than all the other 170+ drivers which have locked out many systems. and second n-tunes can be installed on anything- it just doesn't do much.

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Posted 12 December 2008 - 02:39 AM

No problem to install, but it can be used merely just to monitor functions.

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Posted 06 January 2009 - 05:43 PM

hi,
i have an nvidia 9300m g, laptop... of course... :P
i just want to know what program do you use to overclock this graphic card... i tried so many forceware already.... :) i will try and then i say something...
if it works... :)

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Posted 06 January 2009 - 05:50 PM

i was seing that.... the forceware 169.04 its for 6,7, and 8 gpu's series....
need some help with this....

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 03:15 AM

185.20 is like 169.04 in this respect, overclocking where others fail. Probably not 100%.

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 06:24 AM

185.20 is like 169.04 in this respect, overclocking where others fail. Probably not 100%.

Yep, now for locked system there are 3 way for overclock:

1- use 169.04 driver
2- use 185.20 driver
3- edit the GPU bios


Atm i have installed the new Acer driver 179,24 mobile... For me this driver is the best in games about benchmarks it is not..

And i have also edited my gpu bios to 520 core and 440 memory while the default freq. was 400 and 400 ...

I can overclock easy to 590 and 460 but i chose lower freq for dont have problems with any driver or when summer come :)

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Posted 05 May 2009 - 01:06 PM

now you can overclock without all these drivers
this allow to overclock any laptop graphicscard