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    Default Simple Question

    Thanks to anyone that takes a moment to respond to this question.
    I was just wondering if one is able to overclock a BFG gts 250 OC for use with pyrit/cowpatty ? OC being its overclocked from the factory.
    Or should I be getting a new card that is unmodded.

    thanks

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    Personally I don't have experience with this. But assuming cowpatty can leverage a GPU then I don't see how or why it would matter if it was OC'd or not unless it's OC'd too far and throws errors due to heat etc.
    I'm a compulsive post editor, you might wanna wait until my post has been online for 5-10 mins before quoting it as it will likely change.

    I know I seem harsh in some of my replies. SORRY! But if you're doing something illegal or posting something that seems to be obvious BS I'm going to call you on it.

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    Default Bfg gts 250 OC

    Ok I only ask because of the pureh@te cuda guide talks about overclocking the gpu and I dont have the same options that he is showing through the guide.
    Hope this makes it a bit more clear.

    Thanks

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    I'm with thorin, from cowpatty's perspective it doesn't matter if it is overclocked or not. If you don't push the overclock too far then it's fine. If you don't have the same options as pureh@te then you just can't follow every part of his guide.

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    Thanks for the replies to my silly question.
    A kick to the sack is in order...

    Running benchmark for at least 60 seconds...
    CUDA/Device #1 'GeForce GTS 250': 6700.80 PMKs/s, 92.87% occupancy
    CPU/Core (x86): 207.71 PMKs/s, 99.04% occupancy
    CPU/Core (x86): 207.86 PMKs/s, 98.97% occupancy
    CPU/Core (x86): 208.84 PMKs/s, 98.51% occupancy
    Benchmark done. 7325.21 PMKs/s total.

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