Download the program to configure settings for the graphics card. The graphics drivers from AMD has long has a special option to adjust the frequency of the cores and video memory. Similar opportunities also exist in the driver for Geforce graphics cards from nVidia. Despite this, one of the best ways to speed up a graphics card is deservedly considered a utility MSI Afterburner.
Start any browser and navigate to http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm. You will be redirected to download page software installation package. Click on the Download link and wait for the download to complete. If you want you can find other sources, but this is the official website of the project where always available the latest version of the utility.
Install Afterburner. Double-click on the downloaded file and follow the installation wizard questions. If in doubt about the settings, just press Next or "Next" until until you see the message end of installation and click Finish or done.
Run MSI Afterburner. By default, after installation the program will automatically open. If this happens, click the icon in the form of a plane with the caption Afterburner on the desktop. Will open the main application window and panel diagnostics, which shows the current frequency of the processor, memory, temperature and fan speed, if your graphics card sends the data.
Configure the desired parameters to speed up the graphics card. The two most important values which depend on the speed of your graphics accelerator is the core clock and the memory clock. In the Central part of the tool window you will see two sliders, signed by both Core Clock and Memory Clock, respectively, they represent the core frequency and memory. To the right of these switches, the box is green, shows the current or default frequency.
Move the sliders or enter the desired value directly in the window frequency, and then press the Apply button to apply the settings. Be careful and increase the frequency gradually, in small steps. After applying the settings, run the test the stability of the graphics card.
To do this, click the "K" in the upper left corner of the tool window. Starts built-in test Kombustor — about five or ten minutes of work is enough to carry out an initial stability test. If the computer does not hang in the process, then you can increase the frequency further.
Also monitor the temperature of the graphics card — the high heat is very harmful to electronic components. Note that the acceleration components, or "dispersal," is not approved by the manufacturer in the event of a breakdown you will be denied warranty repairs or replacement.