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I have a xfx 5870 non-ref model. I can't play with the voltage, my warranty expires soon and I am planning to change the card soon.
In other word I don't really care to lose it biggrin.gif

From what I've read, even with BIOs flash it won't make any difference... There is something that prevent you from adjusting the voltage and this limitation is physical mad.gif

Is there anyway to mod this?
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Hahahah! 1100/1300 @ 1.185v so far!
gods damnit you don't know how much time I've spent trying to find a way!
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yes.. its called a hard mod.. look in the vmod essentials thread for your GPU/PCB type.. post there if you need assistance.

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what did you do to adjust voltage?
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what did you do to adjust voltage?

You can either hard mod the card, or you can attempt to use Trixx on it.
If Trixx works, you'll be able to keep your warranty also. Download it from Sapphire's website.
    
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post #8 of 8
let me guess:
1. you've flashed a MSI R5870 Lighnting BIOS?
2. you've downloaded Sapphire Trixx 4.23 Beta

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