You can not manually overclock the Ultra in the XPS2. Coolbits tries and fails along with a host of other overclocking programs. The 6800 non ultra does not have this restriction.
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6/29/05 at 6:23pm
Originally Posted by shoman24v
Are the 400/1000 bios overclockable? Although I think getting the sager bios is the safest bet...
RamIt, the sagers are 256mb cards and I am pretty sure that they have the samsung 1.6ns memory as that is the only memory I have seen used on high end cards spanning from ATi to NVIDIA.
Originally Posted by yagiska
Yeah. Actually, I underclocked them. They are usually 450/1062. I figured seeing if an underclock worked was safer than seeing if an overclock would work. If they do, then we can set those values to anything you want.
So, you want to try them? Worst thing that should happen is nvflash will fail. I'm 99.999999999999999% positive that I edited the correct values for core and memory clocks. I'm about 50% certain that the end value is for a checksum, but if it is, I'm 100% certain it'll pass. I'm also about 99.999999999% sure that the worst that will happen is nvflash won't work, which I think Joker will attest to.
I'm actually pretty hopeful that this will work, but somebody has to test it on the XPS 2. I've already tested it with the 9300, but that ain't what we're after.