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post #31 of 48
Many manufacturer's offer an overclock tool these days. If not you might want to try RivaTuner. There's really nothing "unsafe" about it. You just keep bumping it up until you get artifacts.
post #32 of 48
DL EVGA's Precision. It's free and works great, you can OC memory and shaders. and DL evgas overvolt app too.
post #33 of 48
Wow dude, that is just insane!
post #34 of 48
Thread Starter 
I am overclocking using the precision tool and it has helped me get:

Core Clock: 825
Shader Clock: 1650
Memory Clock: 2077

I may try for a bit more...
post #35 of 48
Just keep oc'ing until it caps out, your not going to hurt anything. There's not room for chickens in the computer world lol
post #36 of 48
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Originally Posted by tomfoolery_79 View Post

You can see how Borderlands is screwed up by looking at the lettering on the left. Not sure if there is a fix or not.

Did you find a fix for this? MIne looks just like yours, and I'm not having any luck with the couple of quick google searches I've made.
post #37 of 48
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Originally Posted by drew91 View Post

Did you find a fix for this? MIne looks just like yours, and I'm not having any luck with the couple of quick google searches I've made.

No, I haven't. Please report back if you find one!!
post #38 of 48
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New video on youtube for FallOut 3. It's only 27 seconds, but that video took me 3 hours to upload to youtube for whatever reason.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlDGDys8SeE
post #39 of 48
Interesting, I've never seen the game like that. Am I the only one though that gets annoyed that the side screens are distorted so much? I know it may be by design but it just seems to be very distracting.
post #40 of 48
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I noticed the distortion on this video and the JC2 vid too. I can tell you though that when you are sitting in front of the screens and actually playing it's not nearly so exaggerated. You literally don't notice it. I can say the side monitors are not just periphery either, they are quite helpful in gameplay too.
post #41 of 48
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Another video...CitiesXL 2011.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrJheJ6JCAQ
post #42 of 48
Sweet! I didn't know you played those games too. I picked up CitiesXL for a few bucks so maybe Ill just upgrade to the new one.
post #43 of 48
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Scott, I'm a big Sim City fan. I'm hoping/begging for a sim city 5. I bought CXL, but didn't get very far, 2011 for the most part is just a glorified patch. They should not have charged for it or called it a separate game. That being said, you can buy the game for $20 which is a discount for CXL owners. Hit me up if you need to know how.

Actually, here's the link. http://us-focushop.gamesplanet.com/s...ecialOffer=yes
post #44 of 48
Here is my tri display setup but it's a more deicated for sim racing then for other gaming. SLI-Pro wheel plate with Chilicoke G25 adapter and extended paddles and a 350mm racing wheel. Obutto rig with tri 23.6" ASUS displays with Nvidia Surround using two old GTX280s SLI'd. Vid cap with a very cheap micro sport cam.



post #45 of 48
How's the rig coming along? Haven't seen much of you on Steam this past month.
post #46 of 48
lol at the Sparco gloves. Keepin' it real I see.
post #47 of 48
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lol at the Sparco gloves. Keepin' it real I see.

It's a real steering wheel and is pretty rough. Also after many hours I can get blisters on my thumb . The paddel shifters have a pretty rough edge and the gloves helps a lot. Actually I have three pairs, the short SPACRO's, long karting gloves and long OMP F1 gloves (over kill since they are NOMEX ).
post #48 of 48
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Originally Posted by Scott Simonian View Post

How's the rig coming along? Haven't seen much of you on Steam this past month.

That's because I've been playing tons of Cities XL and been busy with work.
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