Biostar V-Ranger Assists 8600GTS Gain Highest 3DMark06 In Class

"Biostars 8600GTS is the fastest performing GTS thanks to some help from V-Ranger."

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Biostar V-Ranger Assists 8600GTS Gain Highest 3DMark06 In Class

With the help of Biostars overclocking tool V-Ranger CornerJack, a French overclocker, was able to reach 1023MHz core and 2320MHz memory. This enabled to take the crown as the fastest 8600GTS.

8600gts WR


V-Ranger first showed up in December 06 on the 7600 GS. What exactly is V-Ranger I hear you ask? It is an overclocking software tool that unlike any other allows voltage mods to be made 'on the fly'.


Here is some more information:
V-Ranger is revolutionary software for optimizing the best voltage, frequency and temperature values of each individual card. V-Ranger stands for Voltage Ranger, which is the first VGA based dynamic voltage regulation in the world. V-Ranger makes the concept of “power-on-demand” a reality. The user gets into its hands a powerful tool that can dynamically control the voltage of GPU and memory to achieve either the best overclocking results of the GPU or the lowest power consumption and temperature value of the card than before.

If someone would just work out a way to hack existing cards to allow voltage regulation, we could all enjoy some serious overclocks.

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18-08-2007, 11:41:19

Brooksie
I dunno whether to get the OCZ Equalizer Laser Gaming Mouse


Or the Razer Copperhead Tempest 2000 dpi, Laser Ultra Precision Gaming Mouse (Blue)


I've heard that the Razer is much more smoother with the 1000hz ultrapolling but I do like the OCZ because of it's price. Anyone on the forum have the mouses and are they good?

18-08-2007, 11:46:47

!TIMMY!
Im a logitech fanboy, and have the mx518. But I would love the G5 2007 Edition!

18-08-2007, 11:50:52

Brooksie
G5 is kinda out of my price range.. £37 max.

My current mouse is a MX700 but it's dieing, and it's wireless. And optical which doesn't work much for FPS games anymore

18-08-2007, 12:31:07

mVp24
MX518 + 1000 MHz polling rate = Win

18-08-2007, 12:39:46

Ham
Ive got the OCZ and its a dam good mouse imo. Its a nice shape and easy too use for long, long periods. Its sculpted too rightys, unlike the copperhead which is for both leftys and rightys making it a little more uncomfortable.

And just a heads up

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/product.php?productid=4202&cat=620&page=1

Thats pretty much the same mouse.

Tbh, either would probably do you fine once you'r used too it.

18-08-2007, 12:53:44

Brooksie

Ive got the OCZ and its a dam good mouse imo. Its a nice shape and easy too use for long, long periods. Its sculpted too rightys, unlike the copperhead which is for both leftys and rightys making it a little more uncomfortable.

And just a heads up

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/product.php?productid=4202&cat=620&page=1

Thats pretty much the same mouse.

Tbh, either would probably do you fine once you'r used too it.


Your right, and it looks a bit nicer :)

18-08-2007, 14:01:29

!TIMMY!

G5 is kinda out of my price range.. £37 max.

My current mouse is a MX700 but it's dieing, and it's wireless. And optical which doesn't work much for FPS games anymore



Ah u just missed a special on Komplett, it was £33 :(

18-08-2007, 14:02:40

Brooksie

Ah u just missed a special on Komplett, it was £33 :(



Yeah I did see it, but I was broke then :( I think i'll probably go for the razer. I like it. :D

18-08-2007, 14:43:31

Azreil_2
Is the Copperhead, better than the Deathadder? dosn't the deathadder use a better laser or somthing? :S

13-09-2007, 11:40:41

Brooksie
Sorry for the bump, i've ordered the OCZ Equalizer from Amazon, £16.69, it comes to around £21 inc. the shipping. woot.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Equalizer-2500DPI-Triple-Threat-Button/dp/B000T52IV0/ref=sr_1_1/203-1432642-8663901?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1189697824&sr=8-1

Came today, lovely mouse :)
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