Welllll I overclocked my Integrated Ati Radeon 3300

April 4, 2012 at 19:45:04
Specs: Windows 7 Ultimate, AMD FX-4100/8gb 1600MHz
Welll I overclocked it to (origanally 350) to I think around 1500 when the max is 2000 and I have a 650 psu and i though it would handle it and now my monitors wont detect my computer. Help

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April 5, 2012 at 02:18:43
Sounds like you burnt out the GPU. I believe the standard frequency of the 3300 is 500 MHz, so you tried to run it at three times its standard speed. You need to take these things gently, going up in small increments, say 5% at a time, until it stops working properly and then backing off. Going up by 200% in one step is bound to lead to a disaster. Same with a CPU.

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April 5, 2012 at 06:14:33
You over-overclocked the IGP. It may reset to the default speed if you clear the BIOS.

You should ALWAYS overclock in baby steps, NOT giant leaps. Next time, do some research in advance. There are plenty of reputable hardware sites that test & overclock various components. See what type of results they're getting, then use their numbers as a guide. Regardless, an overclocked IGP is still an IGP. It won't perform as well as even a low end discrete graphics card.



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April 6, 2012 at 22:20:47
even if u overclocked that weak integrated graphics processor u wont be able to game properly face it its weak,
if u want to overclock do it easily and slowly and dont forget to test for stability every time u overclock.
as for now reset ur bios to default settings locate the cmos battery on ur board remove it from ur pc for abt a 1 minute and put it back in

computers are a second home

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