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Overclock MX440 64MB in Vista

Hi, I have installed Vista Home premium on my PC (865GBF, 1GBDDR(400MHz), 80GB SATA, DVD Writer and ASUS MX440 AGP). Can you suggest any good overclocking utility to OC my MX440 in Vista. RivaTuner does not work and tried coolbits, not helpful. Would be happy if you can suggest anything. Thanks in advance.

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To be honest, the MX440 is rather outdated, especially with only 64mb sdr, to make gaming experience better graphically, the minimum card you will need would be 256mb ddr and no doubt windows vista would look better also.

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