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Nvclock 0.5

March 20th, 2002 by keerf

Version 0.5 of nvclock was released changes and or fixes in this release include:

  • new calculation code
  • more working speeds
  • lots of cleanups
  • overclocking by non-root users when using the closed source NVIDIA drivers
  • fixed “fake ddr” bug for GeForce2MX/GeForce4MX using sdr memory
  • 27MHz crystal frequency support which is needed for GeForce4 based cards
  • support for GeForce4 Ti/MX and Quadro4 XGL/NVS [as yet untested]
  • disabled some cards [nForce, Xbox GPU, Mobile GPU's]

Download: http://www.evil3d.net/products/nvclock

4 Responses to “Nvclock 0.5”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    The new nvclock doens’t seen to like my geforce3 very much …. for now I’ve gone back to version 4.2

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Is it not a security issue for any non-root user to tamper with hardware/config?

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I can understand disabling the XBox GPU but why the mobile GPUs and the nForce? I have never overclocked the GF2Go in my notebook but why shouldn’t I if I want to?

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Since the forums at Evil3D.net are not up at the moment, is there any FAQ’s on overclocking?
    – what are limits
    – what are risks
    – in particular on my GeForce 2
    TIA

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