I have a new MSI GeForce4 Ti 4200 128Mb and I can´t overclock it. When I´m using the original MSI drivers, I recive this error message every time I try to modify the "MSI overclocking" page:
AppName: rundll32.exe AppVer: 5.1.2600.0 ModName: msicpl.dll
ModVer: 184.108.40.206 Offset: 000016e9
I´ve intalled the last nvidia drivers and, in the advanced options, I can´t even see the option to overclock.
I´ve tryed other drivers also, but the problem continues.
If you OC'ed your card to its max I would be very interested in the results... I have the same card and I wonder how high it can go. I have it at 280/570 MHz (GPU/memory) now... but a lot of people are telling that I could get it higher.
I OCed it to 305/540 stable (more than this it crashes). Before my 3DMark used to be around 8500 / 8600. After OCing I´ve got max 9707, OCing CPU too (from 1,66 to 1,71). By the way, my system: Athlon 2.0+, 512 DDR PC2700 in a Asus A7S333. Do you know a way to get my RAM faster? I´d like to get up than 10.000 3DMark (like every one!!).
You can't change any voltages on that board through bios even ver 1.04.
You can set the FSB:MEM ratio to 4:3, 3:4 and 4:5 however so check that.
Do you have good ram (corsair, Samsung, etc.)? If you do decrease your ram timings other than that the best I could get out of her was 149FSB. Not bad my 1800+ at 2050+.
Also there's no FSB CI ratio (maybe at 166, never tried).
I use AGP 128MB helped alitle beyond that no difference.
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try faster timings on your ram settings. I dont know what your board can do but if you can change your DRAM settings try these:
CAS Latency - CL2,
Ultra timings, (or Fast, or whatever)
4 way interleaving,
You should definately be getting higher 3dmark scores. also try the 40.72 detonators on the nvidia website.
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