One thing we were very happy to see was some very high overclocks out of the MSI NX7800 GTX video cards. One card overclocked to a very high 490MHz GPU frequency and 1.34GHz memory frequency. This is a high overclock and offers even more performance if you are willing to take the risks.
D.O.T, as we explained earlier, is MSI’s Dynamic Overclocking Technology. In order to enable this feature, you must use the drivers supplied by MSI. Right now, MSI is behind in driver versions compared to what you can download from NVIDIA’s website. As an enthusiast and as a gamer, it is always a good idea to have the latest drivers that may include performance and bug fixes. For example, the new ForceWare 77.76 beta driver on NZone provides bug fixes for Transparency Supersampling in Half-Life 2 and Battlefield 2. Therefore, if you really wanted to use D.O.T, you’d have to use older drivers.
In our opinion, a better way to implement D.O.T would be for MSI to include it as a stand-alone application you can install independently of the driver. This is the only way D.O.T could possibly be used by gamers. For those that are timid about overclocking, D.O.T is a safe way to gain more performance and not have to worry. Nevertheless, for enthusiasts, manual overclocking will result in better overclocking and performance.
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