gt 330m OC with Zeus

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by xpcker, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. xpcker macrumors regular

    Oct 25, 2010
    Hi, have anyone do this? i OC my card within windows but never before with mac, my doubt is that the info of clock speeds zeus gives me is this

    Unhandled init script entry with id '0x8c' at 0xda33
    Unhandled init script entry with id '0x8c' at 0xda33
    -- General info --
    Card: GT216 [GeForce GT 330M]
    Architecture: GA5 A2
    PCI id: 0x0a29
    Subvendor id: 0x106b
    GPU clock: -8589935.000 MHz
    Bustype: PCI-Express

    -- Shader info --
    Clock: -8589935.000 MHz
    Stream units: 48 (00000011b)
    ROP units: 8 (00000011b)
    -- Memory info --
    Amount: 256 MB
    Type: 128 bit DDR3
    Clock: -8589935.000 MHz

    -- PCI-Express info --
    Current Rate: 16X
    Maximum rate: 16X

    -- Smartdimmer info --
    Backlight level: 100%

    -- Sensor info --
    Sensor: G84 GPU Internal Sensor
    GPU temperature: 65C

    -- VideoBios information --
    Signon message: GT216 Apple K18 VGA BIOS
    VID mask: 14
    Voltage level 0: 0.01V, VID: 0
    Voltage level 1: 0.00V, VID: ff
    Voltage level 2: 0.15V, VID: 0


    what about that clocks? they aren't real according to me.... what value should i put on the mem clock and gpu clock?

    thank you all!!!
  2. dusk007 macrumors 68040


    Dec 5, 2009
    The voltage readings are also wrong.
    I wouldn't trust an app that does that terrible at reading out data to know how to properly set new settings. Why overclock in OSX anyway, do you play games in OSX?
    I'd stay clear of it.
  3. xpcker thread starter macrumors regular

    Oct 25, 2010
    i do play a lot sc2, yesterday in a game i had 15fps with everything in low, im going mad.... 8 gb ram and a ssd and a 2010 mbp, its not a good deal

    i wont sell it for anything, love mac, never going back to anything finishes with dows :D

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