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I had to use it when I flashed my Colorful card to XFX.

@Jacob:

Good luck!
    
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Originally Posted by jacobrjett;14600570 
UPDATE SUCCESSFUL!!

Now I will do the other card, and HOPEFULLY sli will work this time!

Thanks so much so far!

Cool man. Let us know how you make out.
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We did it!!!! THANKS SO MUCH GUYS!!

I am so happy right now! It works with SLI AND I can run 1213 volts!

I love you guys!!!

Now I just need too get into that heaven top 30. I gave you guys rep, I am very very grateful and you guys must be very valued members of this forum!
Edited by jacobrjett - 8/16/11 at 6:41am
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1.2 kilovolts is too many kilovolts.




Gratz on getting it working.
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post #45 of 51
lol, holy happy face. glad you got it sorted out.

I was wondering what you needed to OC 2 570's to the point where you needed more voltage, I can't imagine them having any issues in gaming. But now I know, it's for the e-peen.
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Yeah its for the e-peen...

I really would love too get my name on that list. Its more the fact that ive taken it as a challenge. Ive spent a LOT of my money (considering I work part time) building this rig and I want something too show for it! biggrin.gif
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post #47 of 51
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Originally Posted by jacobrjett;14601009 
Yeah its for the e-peen...

I really would love too get my name on that list. Its more the fact that ive taken it as a challenge. Ive spent a LOT of my money (considering I work part time) building this rig and I want something too show for it! biggrin.gif

Haha, right on. I know how that is, a LOT of my extra money has gone into my rig, and I work full time (well I get paid to work full time, a lot of the time I "work" from home, and sit on OCN all day, lol).
post #48 of 51
Ya i just scanned thread i always use -4 -5 -6 when flashing,i usually have to put first line -r also.
Glad you got it sorted out what your score go up by?
post #49 of 51
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Originally Posted by jacobrjett;14601009 
Yeah its for the e-peen...

I really would love too get my name on that list. Its more the fact that ive taken it as a challenge. Ive spent a LOT of my money (considering I work part time) building this rig and I want something too show for it! biggrin.gif

Do you have any pics of this system? I'm wondering what's the clearance (small I guess) between these cards on P8P67 Pro... (I have the same case btw)
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Yup sure do. Here you go.

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The top card was having a hard time breathing, so I now have two 120mm fans side by side cabletied too the side of the cards and they are fine. Ill get a picture of how I have it set up now for you, hold up...

edit: sorry cant use camera at the moment, dont know where charger is. but I have tied 2x 120mm fans across the fans too help suck air into them, and Ive also got a 120mm fan on the intake on the side of my case, so pretty much I have 3x 120mm fans helping them breathe, and my temperatures are good, (40 degrees idle top, 25 degrees idle bottom) but without the help of these 120mm fans my top card idles at like 58 degrees.

Its hard too say, because if you want too overclock, these cards have a redesigned VRM structure that is bombproof, so they wont die out on overclocking like the other 570s will so you can safely pump a lot more voltage through them, however when they are crammed together like mine your temperatures will suffer, unless you get heaps of fans.

I would recommend looking for alternative gtx 570s, two slot ones with beefed up VRMs like this one, im not sure what other ones have beefed up VRMs though.

Now for some benchmarking, lets see if I can get into this top 30!!!!
Edited by jacobrjett - 8/16/11 at 6:00pm
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