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# 41598 19-Sep-2009 13:10
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Hey guys me again, continually tweaking my new HTPC

I am trying to get my ATI Radeon 4350HD better performance plus also retaining stability and temperature stability also, i have attached a screenshot of it running

Can you guys tell me if this config is stable and good for the long run?

Thanks

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  # 257017 19-Sep-2009 13:29
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Unfortunately my computer doesn't have a "Zoom and Enhance" like CSI do, need a slightly bigger pic.
Use FurMark and GPU-Z to test an overclock. Furmark "xtreme burning" mode will ensure your OC is 100% stable - you want to check for artifacting (flashing triangles). GPU-Z shows temperature like the ATI control centre does, but it also shows temperature of memory chips which is important if you've touched their clock.

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  # 257161 20-Sep-2009 11:03
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I think that looks ok, judging by the pic, it's:

650mhz core? That's fine, a lot of companies have raised the 4350 with the stock cooler to 650mhz, if you do a search on google, gigabyte, HIS and XFX all have. You could bump it upto 700mhz, but you'd probably have to run the fan a lot louder than most people find acceptable in an HTPC(50-80%)
And the memory could do with another 50-100mhz clock i think? as it's at the standard 400(x2) setting in the pic? As eXDee said run some benchmarks like the ones above and maybe also loop 3d Mark Vantage for a bit, see if you get any artifacts...you shouldn't at those clock rates though :)


Temps look fine :) 55 degrees is all good,




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