Ok, my current PC is crap for running modern games. I gots a Intel Celeron
2.6GHz, 256 MB ram, GeForce 5200 128 MB ram PCI (not express), and I forgot what my front side bus is. the Celeron is bad enough, but the fact that my gfx card is pci, that makes it even worse, and yes I do realize that a 5200 is low end. The reason why I use pci is because I don't have AGP slot, another reason why COMPAQ computers SUCK!!! Don't ever buy one if you are a serious gamer/developer like me. Ok, enough about that, my card gives me option where I can overclock my core clock frequency and my memory clock frequency. It was originally set to 250MHz for the core and 500MHz for memory. Yesterday I have risen the core frequency from 250 MHz to 310 MHz. I left the memory clock alone for now. The standard speed for a PCI slot is (afaik) 33MHz. Please tell me, which levels would be too high for my card? I don't want to dammage my hardware because not only is a GeForce 5200 the best thing in town
I bought the last PCI card in town. And I currently can't afford the parts to build a new pc with PCI-E and an AMD 64 w/ 6 Gigs of ram. Thanks.
EDIT: The maximum for each are 500 MHz for my core freq. and 1.2GHz for my memory freq. Thanks again.
Edited by blueshogun96, 17 March 2005 - 07:11 PM.