How to overclock video in windows 7?

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  1. __S

    __S New Member

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    video: asus 8600gt
    windows 7 64bit build7057
    i tried everything: atitool, rivatuner 2.24, smartdoctor, coolbits.
     
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    The EVGA Precision utility may be a better choice for a system with a mainboard that does *not* use an nVidia chipset. (I mean the motherboard chipset, not the graphics card.) It's available for download form EVGA if you have registered a product with them, or from:

    EVGA Precision 1.6.0 download from Guru3D.com
     
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    ntune crashes nvidia control panel

    I don't understand it but I can't get the control panel to come up.

    I had this working on my single raptor x and then I changed the setup to raid0 with another raptor (not a raptor x).
    Now I can't get ntune working. Anyone have an idea what I need to do?
     
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    It says XP and Vista, not Windows 7. I keep download all sorts of OC software and none really seems to work. The only thing I have found that helps (with games) is Game Booster | Better Play Experience | Game Accelerator"GameBooster"</a> as it turns off anything I don't really need. I really liked RMClock Utility. Products. CPU Rightmark CPU-RightMark </a> when using XP, but it doesn't work on 7. Anyone know of a similar utility like that which actually works?
     

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