Originally Posted by Luckyfishbone
Yep sur do...I know that for sure. Thx again for your help
Your welcome. After you've used "find max gpu", reset the gpu, and do the same w/ "find max mem"...
After you've done that, manually put gpu and then the mem at what ATT found to be the max, ONE at a time, click scan for artifacts...and if the counter resets it means if found an artifact. This is fine tuning. ATT sometimes leaves the max even on a value where it did find some artifacts... The reason you find max overclocks for gpu and mem seperately is b/c you don't want what you thought was a stable overclock on your gpu to report artifacts when you're actually testing for mem or vice versa.
Also, be weary, my max gpu found was like 450 w/ ATT, but it would crash CS:S until I lowered to 436 (2 settings down).
Also, typically gpu will report a few errors, but most characterisitc of going to high on gpu is that the screen locks up and then VPU recover may or may not recover default clocks. If it doesn't you'll have to restart.
Mem doesn't lock it up, but you'll get artifacts reported and then eventually artifacts you can actually see on the little spinning ship.