Originally Posted by dentnu
I just placed an order for 2 classififeds from newegg should be tomarrow. I am about to place an order for an EVbot but have a few questions for all of you that are currently using one with the classifieds.
1. Is the evbot worth buying since you can get to 1.35v with the software tool ?
2. Have you been able to push the classifieds to higher stable clocks with the evbot beyond 1.35v ?
3. What is the highest voltage you have been able to set with evbot that allowed the max clocks on the card ?
I just wanted evbot to check it out and there wasn't really many people around here using them. I don't think I got one single higher clock speed from it. All it did was raise temperatures like crazy and made me artifact worse.
I'm still not mad I bought it. It was only $50 and now I basically have a completely voltage unlocked card for once I go to some better cooling. Also since it applies volts at a hardware level and the video card doesn't have to turn off when you restart the machine so the voltage always stays set at exactly what you want unless you turn off the machine, but then there are profiles you can save. I actually haven't used the software overvoltage since I got the evbot. I like to be able to go to at least 1.4v. it goes up to 1.8v and I plan on playing with it a lot once I can get the temps way down. I also think it's cool to be able to apply voltages during benchmarks and whenever you want. It's definitely a cool device. Also I might get the evga dark board which I think will work with the evbot.