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ASUS EN9800 GT Ultimate (EN9800GT U/HTDP/512M) Overclock 512

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4 minutes ago, asand1 said:

If you're not going to replace the caps you're wasting your time. I like how you say "client" as if you're not a hack.

i dont understand why your calling me a hack my only assumption is that ur local technician burned you in the past. and the reason why i say client is because he wouldn't appreciate me saying his name to strangers and end up getting phone calls from disgruntle people, and the system he wanted to upgrade too windows 10 so he can make spread sheet was an HP with a Socket 939
athlon x2 4400+ with 2x512Mb ddr2 and a 9800GT 512Mb which he wanted windows 10 installed on it but that would be impossible apart from the motherboard that had 3 blown caps related to the i,o the ram power delivery an a smoothing cap for the pcie 16x slot and by the way the 9800 gt has solid state caps and i have achieved an overclock of c778mhz/m1060mhz/s1980mhz fan speed of 70% sitting at 175 degrees F

on a gpu power virus but thanks for lookin at my post

Core - 725Mhz          Asus Geforce EN9800 GT (unknown skue) with 

Shader - 1750Mhz
GDDR3 - 1000Mhz
Stock Clocks:

Liquid Metal'd stock settings with fur mark 30 minutes and reach's 180 - 181 degrees F fan speed Auto: 55% - 56% 78 degrees F room Temp blower style cooler w/copper base plate 1mm thick

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i got a asus 9800 GT from a clients dying computer (blown caps on mobo and the 9800 gt producing colored lines on both DVI ports) so i decided to stick it into the oven (@ 380 degrees
for 10 minutes on a tray with protective foil) and now it functions im not sure how far this card can go but i have it overclocked too c785/m1110/s1750/vStock sadly i cant find any isadly i cant find any information other then cards with crappier coolers and much lower clocks anyone with information would be much appreciated 

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If you're not going to replace the caps you're wasting your time. That GPU needs fresh caps and a processor reball, Chinese counterfeit caps and lead free solder form the early 2000's is bad juju.

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4 minutes ago, asand1 said:

If you're not going to replace the caps you're wasting your time. I like how you say "client" as if you're not a hack.

i dont understand why your calling me a hack my only assumption is that ur local technician burned you in the past. and the reason why i say client is because he wouldn't appreciate me saying his name to strangers and end up getting phone calls from disgruntle people, and the system he wanted to upgrade too windows 10 so he can make spread sheet was an HP with a Socket 939
athlon x2 4400+ with 2x512Mb ddr2 and a 9800GT 512Mb which he wanted windows 10 installed on it but that would be impossible apart from the motherboard that had 3 blown caps related to the i,o the ram power delivery an a smoothing cap for the pcie 16x slot and by the way the 9800 gt has solid state caps and i have achieved an overclock of c778mhz/m1060mhz/s1980mhz fan speed of 70% sitting at 175 degrees F

on a gpu power virus but thanks for lookin at my post

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I don't go to techs, I fix my own shit down to board level repair. 

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1 minute ago, asand1 said:

I don't go to techs, I fix my own shit down to board level repair. I'm calling you a hack specifically for baking another persons card and charging them for it. That repair will not last and you will have taken their money.

he let me keep the card and i sold him a system i had for $50 bud

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OK, thought it was a fix for him. I retract the hack statement. Still it may not work for long, seems like you won't be out anything though so why not eh?

 

BTW, is Wont a proper contraction? Won't = Will not? Willn't??

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Edited, and sorry for the accusation.

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5 minutes ago, asand1 said:

I don't go to techs, I fix my own shit down to board level repair. I'm calling you a hack specifically for baking another persons card and charging them for it. That repair will not last and you will have taken their money.

a hp 6300 pro with a lga1155 pentium g630, 2x2gb drr3 and a free 1tb hdd i had laying around since both of his hdd were dead

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If I understand the issue you want the BBQ'ed card to last a long time for him?

 

If that is the case then DON'T overclock it and run it at stock speed -it will live longer -how much depends on what they do.

I got a Zotac 9800GT in an old system from 2011 and it still runs strong.

 

Also remove the stock shroud and fans but don't TOUCH the heat sink then zip tie 2 new 120 mm fans over the heat sink.

Or consider liquid cooling the graphics card but that seems over board at this point.

 

You could always get a used 9800 gt for $50 to $250.

Personally I would go for a Zotac 9800gt it has an extremely large heatsink but small fan.
With that just remove the fan add the 120's and you be a clocking.

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1 hour ago, kingknightrider said:

If I understand the issue you want the BBQ'ed card to last a long time for him?

 

If that is the case then DON'T overclock it and run it at stock speed -it will live longer -how much depends on what they do.

I got a Zotac 9800GT in an old system from 2011 and it still runs strong.

 

Also remove the stock shroud and fans but don't TOUCH the heat sink then zip tie 2 new 120 mm fans over the heat sink.

Or consider liquid cooling the graphics card but that seems over board at this point.

 

You could always get a used 9800 gt for $50 to $250.

Personally I would go for a Zotac 9800gt it has an extremely large heatsink but small fan.
With that just remove the fan add the 120's and you be a clocking.

to clarify im keeping the card im just playing around with it since i got rid of the artifacts by baking for 10 minutes i just havent seen any overclocking data from 9800gt's with the same stock clock speed like mine i dont mind killing it for good and the system i sold my client doesnt need a pcie gpu

 

ps: i liquid metaled the 9800 which helped alot

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9 hours ago, clutchmaster said:

to clarify im keeping the card im just playing around with it since i got rid of the artifacts by baking for 10 minutes i just havent seen any overclocking data from 9800gt's with the same stock clock speed like mine i dont mind killing it for good and the system i sold my client doesnt need a pcie gpu

 

ps: i liquid metaled the 9800 which helped alot

Personally I don't think that is stock speed.

This guy is using the ASUS 512 version as well and the stock core is 600 Mhz:

Maybe you baked extra speed into the card but aside from that not being possible...

I don't see how the clock is different unless something is over clocking it by default like Zotac does.

 

Zotac does seem to overclock by default though:

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/budget-radeon-geforce,2364-8.html

 

Though for more overclocking I would read this:

https://www.bjorn3d.com/2008/09/gigabyte-9800-gt-an-overclockers-dream/

Still... have fun!

Current computers:

Primary Computer (In Progress):

Spoiler

SUBJECT TO CHANGE

CASE: ROSEWIL THOR V2 Black

CPU:

Motherboard:

GPU: SAPPHIRE VEGA 56 -TBU RTX 2070 SUPER

RAM: 48 GB CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX
PSU: SEASONIC PRIME 1300 W GOLD

STORAGE: 4x SEAGATE EXOS 4TB | Sans Digital HDD 5-Bay Rack | Sisun IDE SATA HDD Docking Station 

SOUND SYSTEM: Logitech Z506 Surround Sound via Vantec USB External 7.1 Channel Audio Adapter  

MOUSE: 16000DPI GAMING MOUSE

KEYBOARD: -PENDING-

MONITOR: -PENDING- AOC AGON AG241QX 24" -PENDING-

COOLING:  CPU: Noctua NH-D15 -3x NF-F12 Fan MOD || 10-12X NF-F12 || EXHAUST: 3x NA-A12x25

LAST UPDATED 4/29/20

Secondary Computer:

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CPU: AMD FX-8370 Black Edition 

Motherboard: ASUS M5A97 R2.0

GPU: Zotac GeForce GTX 970 AMP! Omega Core Edition 

RAM: 24GB Kingston HyperX Savage 1600MHz DDR3
PSU: Antec High Current Gamer HCG-900W

STORAGE: 5x Western Digital Black 2TB - WD2003FZEX | Sans Digital HDD 5-Bay Rack | Sisun IDE SATA HDD Docking Station 

SOUND SYSTEM: Logitech Z506 Surround Sound via Vantec USB External 7.1 Channel Audio Adapter  

MOUSE: PUREX 2400 DPI Wired Laser Gaming Mouse

KEYBOARD: DBPOWER 104 Key -3 Backlit -I KNOW! Linus doesn't approve -I have glued it to the desk and it works well for my needs.

MONITOR: ASUS VS247H-P 24 Inch 

COOLING: CPU: Noctua NH-D14 -3x NF-F12 Fan MOD || 10-12X NF-F12 || EXHAUST: 3x NA-A12x25

GRAPHICS: 2x NF12s fans on graphics card + 2x NF-F12s & 1x NA-A12x25 in Fan box | 1x Vantec SP-FC70-BL Spectrum System Fan Cards

 

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On 10/30/2018 at 12:54 PM, kingknightrider said:

Personally I don't think that is stock speed.

This guy is using the ASUS 512 version as well and the stock core is 600 Mhz:

Maybe you baked extra speed into the card but aside from that not being possible...

I don't see how the clock is different unless something is over clocking it by default like Zotac does.

 

Zotac does seem to overclock by default though:

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/budget-radeon-geforce,2364-8.html

 

Though for more overclocking I would read this:

https://www.bjorn3d.com/2008/09/gigabyte-9800-gt-an-overclockers-dream/

Still... have fun!

this card is a OEM card it came in a hp that had a crappy dual core am2 socket cpu these clocks were the default in msi afterburner 1000mhz memory clock ya idk maybe it is a bios level overclock my guess but thats what it is running all the time if u just install the driver and nothing else

this is what the card looks like when i got it those graphics are stickers
http://www.vgastore.com/2016836/asus-en9800gt-ultimate-htdp-512m-geforce-9800-gt-512mb-256-bit-gddr3-pci-express-2-0-x16-hdcp-ready-sli-support-video-card?gclid=CjwKCAiA0uLgBRABEiwAecFnk-C7YYPVSDAsUsrXdUKfSd6CubPaaXsLbS1cvtkI1DrCp8SObPpM2RoCUucQAvD_BwE

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