Riva128.com heeft, in navolging van HardOCP gisteren, info over het overklokken van de Leadtek S320 TNT2 kaart. De standaard core snelheid van 150MHz kregen ze zonder problemen op 175MHz. Klinkt goed:
Testing has been fast and furious so far with the pre-production TNT2 from LeadTek. The default settings for the S320 II-32 with SGRAM were 150MHz for the core and 160MHz for the memory. The memory is 6ns SEC (Samsung) SGRAM which seems to be maxed at the 160MHz. I can't wait for some of the 5ns memory to show up!!!
As far as the core goes...I happened upon an alpha version of Entech's Power Strip which allowed for the adjustment of both the core and the memory on the TNT2's. As I mentioned above, the memory was pretty much capped at 160MHz....but the core was a different story. I was able to take the core up to 175MHz easily without any failures. At 175MHz, you have the so called 'Ultra' TNT2 power with the exception of the slower memory. With the core higher I was able to pull a few extra frames per seconds on CPU restrictive maps like 3Fingers Massive1 demo in Quake 2. A few frames per seconds in this demo means a lot to hard core Quakers.