cooling problems with my creative agp tnt
when i clock my card to 129mhz and the machine is running for a while my screen wobble's slightly but at 110 it stable
i have fitted a 486 fan to the heatsink and i have a psu fan on the side of the case drawing out the air.
anyone got any idea's
I have removed the original heatsink of my viper 550 and replaced for a socket 7 heatsink with fan which are larger and bigger than the 486's.
At least the heatsink does not get warm as the original did anymore.
One question I have is: Did you notice any benchmark improvement when overclocked the tnt? If you have 3Dmark99 what are the scores you get?
I have AMD K6 400 o/c to 420 and get 2900+ for 3Dbenchmark without o/c the tnt.
thanx paulo for the tips i'll give it a try
the benchmark 3dmark99 i havent got if you could mail me and point me in the right direction i'll get it and let you know
by the way my spec's are
300a o/c 450 128 pc66@100mhz (very stable)
creative riva on a gigabyte 686bxe mobo
You can get 3Dmark99 at www.3dmark.com
They also have a results page with peoples scores for different video cards and processors combinations.
i downloaded the 3dmark99 and ran it quite impressed one of the better benchmark progs
i got 3656 on my unclocked tnt
i have also stuck a backside fan on and i get 3788 @125mhz and my card is now stable (i hope)
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