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Help Overclocking Radeon HD 7660D

Which voltage setting apply to the integrated GPU?
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  1. is this an onboard or an PCIe? PCIe are only Overclockable...
  2. legendkiller said:
    is this an onboard or an PCIe? PCIe are only Overclockable...



    Its on board but i see other people overclocking it
  3. You cant OC onboard, they're either scam or PCIe, there's 0.00000000% chance of even Overclocking it... you probably saw a 7660 being OC which are PCIe 2.0 on desktop, not sure if there's 7660D that's overclockable if it's onboard... If you want better GPU performance, get the product ONLY if you have thunderbolt built in
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oO1Ze5JXnFk
  4. legendkiller said:
    You cant OC onboard, they're either scam or PCIe, there's 0.00000000% chance of even Overclocking it... you probably saw a 7660 being OC which are PCIe 2.0 on desktop, not sure if there's 7660D that's overclockable if it's onboard... If you want better GPU performance, get the product ONLY if you have thunderbolt built in
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oO1Ze5JXnFk


    Yes it can be
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIk-juTFqjE
  5. ifreestylin said:

    it's a built in with a CPU, you cant get much performance out of it... just do the same as he did with the GPU OC, shouldn't matter if you OC the CPU or not... It's a guide so you should be able to follow his lead...
  6. legendkiller said:
    it's a built in with a CPU, you cant get much performance out of it... just do the same as he did with the GPU OC, shouldn't matter if you OC the CPU or not... It's a guide so you should be able to follow his lead...


    Ok thanks, just wanted to know if its the North Bride Voltage to change?
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    ifreestylin said:
    Ok thanks, just wanted to know if its the North Bride Voltage to change?

    NorthBridge is more for the CPU and Memory performance so increasing it wont help the GPU but just gives you higher clock on northbridge which is kind of pointless if your not ganna OC your memory/RAM... the built in GPU is more like a GPU you would normally buy but the different is that it's slower and cant do much games with it, OCing is pointless if your struggling with OCing it...
  8. legendkiller said:
    NorthBridge is more for the CPU and Memory performance so increasing it wont help the GPU but just gives you higher clock on northbridge which is kind of pointless if your not ganna OC your memory/RAM... the built in GPU is more like a GPU you would normally buy but the different is that it's slower and cant do much games with it, OCing is pointless if your struggling with OCing it...



    Yeah i see that now am a just get a graphics card
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