Hope this helps Sapphire 9700np users squeeze a bit more horsepower out of their cards, worked for me anyway. Firstly, my card has Samsung 2.8 memory so I can't vouch for any other types. I flashed the card with Mufu's excellent 97P bios and got the stock 9700Pro frequencies working superbly. That was all I originally intended to do but I just had to see how far I could clock the card if just for my own peace of mind. I installed the Rage3D tweaker and managed to get 340/320 before 3DMark 2003 started to play up. Ordinarily I'd have been happy with this but I know that others were getting better clocks so I loaded up the Omega hacked drivers (Cat 3.4 based) and found I could hit the previous limit without a problem. Experiments recommenced. I got GPU to 369 and mem to 340 before the blue dots started to appear, you had to look real hard and they were very intermittent but they were definitely there. So I wound back to 360 as a reasonable margin and started on the mem setting. Frankly, I chickened out at 352, there weren't any problems but it didn't seem right that I was looking at GPU/mem parity with the distinctly odd proposition that the mem clock could go higher than the GPU! Others may know different but it just didn't seem right to me. So, the way it stands at the moment I've settled on 360/345 and I've hit 5555 on 3DMark 2003 at 1024/768 32 bit 75Hz. Not bad considering I started out with a stock 3DMark of 4221, then hit 5098 with Mufu's bios, finally arriving at 5555. Thats a 1334 point increase over the stock 9700 settings, in other words a 32% increase over stock!!! I'm not a big believer in chasing the biggest 3dMark score for the sake of it but I was curious and the figures speak for themselves. Unreal 2 at 1600x1200, 32 bit and ALL effects ON is very nice indeed thank you very much. If you're interested my kit is A7N8X deluxe with 1004 bios, 2 x 512mb of OCZ DDR (3500) in dual channel mode, Barton 2800 at 180 fsb and stock multiplier, WACC water cooling rig running 32 degrees idle and 38 degrees under load.