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Hello, i have a Acer aspire 6920g laptop and i know the conditions that apply to overclocking anything in laptops and other notes.

But i have one question just to make sure i'm not fooling my self, right now i have used rivatuner 2.22 and have set my settings to this.

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I am using ForceWare 185.20 with modified inf just to point it out.

But after playing grand theft auto 4 for a bit my Gpu temperature never goes above 60c so I am wondering if the Overclock with rivaturner has been made successfully or has taken effect.

If anyone can answer this thanks in advance :)

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What temperature did it get up to before the overclock?

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But after playing grand theft auto 4 for a bit my Gpu temperature never goes above 60c so I am wondering if the Overclock with rivaturner has been made successfully or has taken effect.

Leave RivaTuner running on the background when playing so you can check after quitting the game what clocks were used.

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rivaturnerchart.jpg

apparently 648 so that confirms that its overclocking 8D

thanx alot mate :)

just one question to why other people use older Forcewares such as (example 179.20 or others) when they can use the latest ones.

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Because different hardware, different drivers, different used software give different results... :)

What suits someone doesn't work for others - it's much trial and error. Newest drivers are mostly worth testing but your mileage may vary.

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