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Originally Posted by EpicAMDGamer View Post

Okay so I'll be ordering a used ASUS 210 tommorow.
I need to also make sure, for the volt mod, I only need a 20K vr and a 30K vr correct?
And is it okay if they look like this:

No, you'll want a multi turn trimmer.

Here's a cheap place to order from: http://www.taydaelectronics.com/
    
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post #82 of 882
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No, you'll want a multi turn trimmer.
Here's a cheap place to order from: http://www.taydaelectronics.com/

Okay so I'd get this for the 20K vr http://www.taydaelectronics.com/20k-ohm-linear-taper-potentiometer.html

And for the other VR on the picture for the volt mod says either 30K or 50K, 30K is prefered but that site doesn't sell 30K so I'd get this 50K vr http://www.taydaelectronics.com/50k-ohm-linear-taper-potentiometer.html

Is this correct?

Oh and it says I didn't meet the minimum purchase of $5 frown.gif
Edited by EpicAMDGamer - 10/21/12 at 2:20pm
     
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post #83 of 882
I think pizzaman has used those large turn knob type potentiometers before, but it doesn't actually say on the product page how many turns they do.
The electronics supply closest to me carries these type http://www.taydaelectronics.com/potentiometer-variable-resistors/cermet-potentiometers/3296w.html which I've always used (except first time buying when I found single turn pots won't work well), handy that they state how many turns they do.

I got myself the Asus silent 210s. Not sure which memory will do better (1Gb or 512Mb ddr3) so got 1 of each.
    
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I think pizzaman has used those large turn knob type potentiometers before, but it doesn't actually say on the product page how many turns they do.
The electronics supply closest to me carries these type http://www.taydaelectronics.com/potentiometer-variable-resistors/cermet-potentiometers/3296w.html which I've always used (except first time buying when I found single turn pots won't work well), handy that they state how many turns they do.
I got myself the Asus silent 210s. Not sure which memory will do better (1Gb or 512Mb ddr3) so got 1 of each.

Ah, those look familiar, I always see them on volt modded cards.

Thanks for finding those.

I supppose to meet the $5 minimum I could get an obscene amount of LED's or maybe some other things I need.
     
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post #85 of 882
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II got myself the Asus silent 210s. Not sure which memory will do better (1Gb or 512Mb ddr3) so got 1 of each.

The 512. Good choice biggrin.gif
post #86 of 882
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Nvidia officially announced and released the retail version of the previously OEM only GeForce 210 (GT218 GPU) and GeForce GT 220 (GT216 GPU) on October 12, 2009. Nvidia officially announced and released the GeForce GT 240 (GT215 GPU) on November 17, 2009.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_200_Series

so, people can run a GT 240?
since it's a GT215 GPU?
    
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same core but diff. mem buss... so the answer to your Q = No tongue.gif

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I thought the GT 210 had either GT216 or GT218 cores, not GT215?
    
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I thought the GT 210 had either GT216 or GT218 cores, not GT215?

 

218 .. your right.. but I have heard there are different core revisions.. not sure ; did find this though

 

 

Model Launch Code name Fab (nm) Transistors (Million) Die Size (mm2) Die Count Businterface Memory (MiB) Config core 1 Clock rate Fillrate Memory Configuration API support (version) Processing Power GFLOPS TDP(watts) GFLOPS/W Comments
Core (MHz) Shader (MHz) Memory (MHz) Pixel (GP/s) Texture (GT/s) Bandwidth (GB/s) DRAM type Bus width (bit) DirectX OpenGL
GeForce 205 November 26, 2009 GT218 40 260 57 1 PCIe 2.0 x16 512 8:4:4 589 1402 1000 2.356 2.356 8 DDR2 64 10.1 3.3 33.4 30.5 1.06 OEM only
GeForce 210 October 12, 2009 GT218 40 260 57 1 PCIe 2.0 x16
PCI
512 16:8:4 589 1402 1000
1600
2.356 4.712 8.0
12.8
DDR2
DDR3
64 10.1 3.3 67.296 30.5 2.21  
GeForce GT 220 October 12, 2009 GT216 40 486 100 1 PCIe 2.0 x16 512
1024
48:16:8 615(OEM)
625
1335(OEM)
1360
1000
1580
5 10 16.0
25.3
DDR2
DDR3
128 10.1 3.3 192(OEM)
196
58 3.31(OEM)
3.38
 
GeForce GT 230 v.1 2009 G94b 55 505 196?[citation needed] 1 PCIe 2.0 x16 512
1024
48:24:16 650 1625 1800 10.4 15.6 57.6 GDDR3 256 10 3.3 234 75 3.12 OEM only
GeForce GT 230 v.2 2009 G92b 55 754 260 1 PCIe 2.0 x16 1536 96:48:12 500 1242 1000 6 24 24 DDR2 192 10 3.3 357.69 75 4.77 OEM only
GeForce GT 240 November 17, 2009 GT215 40 727 139 1 PCIe 2.0 x16 512
1024
96:32:8 550 1340 1800
2000
3400(GDDR5)
4.4 17.6 28.8(OEM)
32
54.4(GDDR5)
DDR3
GDDR3
GDDR5
128 10.1 3.3 385.9 69 5.59  
GeForce GTS 240 Q4 2009 G92a
G92b
65
55
754 324
260
1 PCIe 2.0 x16 1024 112:56:16 675 1620 2200 10.8 37.8 70.4 GDDR3 256 10.0 3.3 554.32 120 4.62 OEM only
GeForce GTS 250 March 3, 2009 G92b 55 754 260 1 PCIe 2.0 x16 512
1024
128:64:16 738
702
1836
1512
2200
2000
11.808 47.232 70.4
64.0
GDDR3 256 10.0 3.3 705.024 145 4.86 Some cards are rebranded GeForce 9800 GTX+
GeForce GTX 260 June 16, 2008 GT200 65 1400 576 1 PCIe 2.0 x16 896 192:64:28 576 1242 1998 16.128 36.864 111.9 GDDR3 448 10.0 3.3 715.392 202 3.54 Replaced by GTX 260 Core 216
GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 September 16, 2008 GT200a
GT200b
65
55
1400 576
470
1 PCIe 2.0 x16 896 (1792) 216:72:28 576 1242 1998 16.128 41.472 111.9 GDDR3 448 10.0 3.3 804.816
874.8
182
171
4.42
4.71
 
GeForce GTX 275 April 9, 2009 GT200b 55 1400 470 1 PCIe 2.0 x16 896 240:80:28 633 1404 2268 17.724 50.6 127.0 GDDR3 448 10.0 3.3 1010.880 219 4.62 Effectively one-half of the GTX 295
GeForce GTX 280 June 17, 2008 GT200 65 1400 576 1 PCIe 2.0 x16 1024 240:80:32 602 1296 2214 19.264 48.16 141.7 GDDR3 512 10.0 3.3 933.120 236 3.95 Replaced by GTX 285
GeForce GTX 285 January 15, 2009 GT200b 55 1400 470 1 PCIe 2.0 x16 1024 (2048*) 240:80:32 648 1476 2484 20.736 51.84 159.0 GDDR3 512 10.0 3.3 1062.72 204 5.24 Palit and EVGA launched 2GB versions. EVGA GTX285 Classified can support 4-way SLI
GeForce GTX 295 January 8, 2009 GT200b 55 2x 1400 2x 470 2 PCIe 2.0 x16 2x 896 2x240:80:28 576 1242 1998 2x16.128 2x 46.08 2x 111.9 GDDR3 2x 448 10.0 3.3 1788.480 289 6.19 Dual PCB models were phased out in favor of a single PCB model with 2 GPUs
post #90 of 882
Got mine in today. DDR3 800 is what the mem is rated for. That is going to hurt in the comp.
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