Originally Posted by FtW 420
I'm thinking more of the community in general, I'm one of the few who really don't care if gpus have any software voltage or not.
If the mod gets posted I wouldn't try to have it taken down or anything, personally I just don't think it's a great idea. If enough people brick their cards & nvidia goes even harder on the green light junk & locks it down tighter in the future you guys will just have to learn to solder & live with no warranty if you want higher voltage.
I have no idea if anyone will kill their cards or not, or how many if they do, just thinking about a potential issue that could arise.
I agree with your concerns, but not with your attitude.
It would be MUCH more helpfull to teach people what could happen with their GPU, than boasting in the fashion "I did cause I know what I'm doing, and I won't teach you because you don't."
You COLD have writen a guide, with a step by step, filled with warnings from begining to the end just like the guy that modded the 680 did. As you said it is so easy to find that any noob could find it.
So, again, what I don't get is your attitude, that makes me think you're boasting your deeds and saying that "common people" can't do the same.
I will also write again that I garee with your concerns, I just think that your attitude is not only helping your own goals as well as it is not being friendly and polite with the community.
(the way you're acting I bet a lot of noobs are looking for your sources just because you said you could reach 1.6v and finding for themselves how to do it, and they could be doing that in a much more safe way if you acted differently)
EDIT: Thinking on what cowie
said, I think that if you wish to have kept 1.6v that a secret, you should have said that in PMs not in the public thread.Edited by tiaolipa - 8/23/13 at 4:39pm