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Yea, the LN2 bios did nothing for my DC II. Sticking to the Hotwire mod thumb.gif
I hot wired both of my ref boards but i did not use that hotkey thing and it sucked playing guessing games on voltage settings.
so easy to mod with vr especaily if you run open air on bench rig maybe easier then hotwire mod dont you think?.
post #22 of 333
All of my Classified cards hit 1400mhz stable, while a few run 5-7*C hotter than the others (I'm guessing it may be tim, so I'm redoing it on all of the cards). I can get to 1420 and 1450 on two of them that I've extensively tested so far, but it needs more voltage to run fully stable. Going to see what going past 1.35v will get me soon...
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All of my Classified cards hit 1400mhz stable, while a few run 5-7*C hotter than the others (I'm guessing it may be tim, so I'm redoing it on all of the cards). I can get to 1420 and 1450 on two of them that I've extensively tested so far, but it needs more voltage to run fully stable. Going to see what going past 1.35v will get me soon...
Benches please! Benches!!!! biggrin.gif
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All of my Classified cards hit 1400mhz stable, while a few run 5-7*C hotter than the others (I'm guessing it may be tim, so I'm redoing it on all of the cards). I can get to 1420 and 1450 on two of them that I've extensively tested so far, but it needs more voltage to run fully stable. Going to see what going past 1.35v will get me soon...

Seems like 133% power limit would severaly limit the classified, because at max voltage clockspeeds will fluctuate and scale back since EVGA didn't remove throttling on the classy. (and it will downclock 13mhz at a time) Any luck on finding a workaround to that? I'm tempted to ask kingpin if there's a fix for this, although I doubt he would answer
post #25 of 333
There is a work around. Soldering the current sense resistors.
post #26 of 333
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Originally Posted by RobsM6S View Post

I dont think its for your average overclocker though, you better know what your doing.

Really? depends on what avg. overclocker means I guess.
its just sucks that the card is soo much money other then that i'd say its good for a first timer mod tbh.
It cant get any easier wink.gif
but not for some kid to play bf3...but just a bencher overclocker maybe is better way to put it.
sry bout post in a row
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Really? depends on what avg. overclocker means I guess.
its just sucks that the card is soo much money other then that i'd say its good for a first timer mod tbh.
It cant get any easier wink.gif
but not for some kid to play bf3...but just a bencher overclocker maybe is better way to put it.
sry bout post in a row

Yeah I know what you mean, I just said what I said because its a little more to it then overvolting through software as there is more that could go wrong. As for myself I know I could do it but have decided to stick with the Gigabyte windforce gtx 680 instead.
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somebody destroyed here on ocn destroyed their 680 top by trying to remove the PGR100 resistor. i guess its definately not for your average overclocker
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Originally Posted by samoth777 View Post

somebody destroyed here on ocn destroyed their 680 top by trying to remove the PGR100 resistor. i guess its definately not for your average overclocker

Yeah, thats the kinda stuff im talking about. What might be easy to some of us isnt always so easy for others.
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Originally Posted by RobsM6S View Post

Yeah I know what you mean, I just said what I said because its a little more to it then overvolting through software as there is more that could go wrong. As for myself I know I could do it but have decided to stick with the Gigabyte windforce gtx 680 instead.
yeah its more fun to do it the hardmod way for me but thats how the overclocking hobbie gets.
noobs should just plug and play
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