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What are some save overclocking settings for the 430. I have the EVGA version and it does have a small cooling fan on the heatsink.


I would like to use madVR but I read that the 430 may have issues without cranking it up a bit
 
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What are some save overclocking settings for the 430. I have the EVGA version and it does have a small cooling fan on the heatsink.


I would like to use madVR but I read that the 430 may have issues without cranking it up a bit

I was limited to the GT430 due to my low profile HTPC case and attempted the same. I got the EVGA make and used their precision tool but could never get it running stable above 775/1550 and 650 @ 65% fan speed. Anything above with madVR (sometimes even without madVR) turns my display greenish (like old mono-chrome style CRT).


I have read people ware able to get it to do 810/1620/840, but based on my results I am guessing those are most likely from review sites with engineering samples.
 

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Originally Posted by al210 /forum/post/20816633


What are some save overclocking settings for the 430. I have the EVGA version and it does have a small cooling fan on the heatsink.


I would like to use madVR but I read that the 430 may have issues without cranking it up a bit

My GT430 is EVGA retail from Amazon


GPU Clock 700MHz -> 800 MHz

Memory 700MHz ->735MHz


http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...4#post20610874
 

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I concur. The GT430 does the deinterlacing job in DXVA mode.


CUVID has an enhanced deinterlacer which produces 60p output

and this is where overclocking helps. (The LAVCUVID decoder makes this

mode available)


It is not related to MadVR.
 
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