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Help on Restoring nVidia Zotac 285 AMP OC Liquid

post #1 of 5
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Hello everyone,
here is the deal:
we have this card which was OverClocked and cooled with a liquid system, at the moment I've just the videocard, the liquid sistem is missing, and I've no chance to restore it.
At this point, We wish to restore it at the defautl setup to use it with an air cooling system pc, but

I've no idea how to operate with it, if it is secure to operate on it with a Air system even if it's over-clocked, but in Idle is shouldn't gone to hot...
Also, we haven't the original air system, but I could adapt some heatsinks form other graphics board, I've already designed something similar for a very custom pc ^_^

What you think about it ? rolleyes.gif

As said the videoboard is Zotac 285 AMP
Edited by MaximilianPs - 8/21/13 at 7:31am
post #2 of 5
You will need the stock air cooler or a compatible aftermarket cooler
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post #3 of 5
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yep, indeed, but what about the OC ?
how to restore the GPU to the default settings ?
post #4 of 5
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Let me understand, is the nVidia Bios moddable ?
'cause if not, the problem is already solved biggrin.gif
post #5 of 5
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Answare for the noobs:
Nvidia bios it isn't like the bios mother board, it hasn't any battery so when you unplug it to install it on a different pc, all settings will be reset to defaults. I guess the settings lays somewhere in the registry
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