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Any 7600GT (agp) volt-mod pictures?

post #1 of 4
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Hi,

Basically I need to know which resistor to draw on. To that end I was hoping there was a picture somewhere showing this.

Specifically my card's a Gainward 7600GT AGP.

My core clock passes 650 no problems, and stays very cool (aftermarket cooler) but I would like more Vs to to see if I can keep going. Any help greatly appreciated.

I just remembered, I have a picture somewhere, I'll see if I can find it...
Found it, but the resistor's probably covered by those stoopid sinks. Pic should be attached.



Sorry if this is the wrong section to post in, or this has already been answered. I did search for a volt-mod guide for this card but couldn't find one.

Again, any help is greatly appreciated.
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EDIT:

I just installed RivaTuner and it's telling me my graphics' CoreVID is 2.00
Is this my Vcore? 2.00 seems pretty high to me. I was expecting 1.5 or there abouts.
Any suggestions on another proggie to monitor GPU vCore?

Strike that, I'll just use a multimeter and physically measure it.
LL
post #2 of 4
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I'm assuming the AGP version is different to the PCIe version. Perhaps I'm wrong and it's only the converter chip that's different.

When I've got some time (over the weekend) I'll compare my card to some PCIe pictures and go from there.

I'm going solo, man and multi-meter Vs machine.

Still, any advice would be greatly appreciated.
post #3 of 4
I would like to point out here, 650 on the core of a 7600GT is quite impressive anyway. Mine only hits 605core tops. So you're doing excellent so far.

As far as I know, the AGP and PCIe versions are the same PCB and layout. I COULD be very easily wrong on this, so don't try it out based on what I'm saying, lol. But comparing a PCIe guide, to your card.....might actually prove to be a good idea .
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post #4 of 4
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Thanks for the encouraging words, and yes I'm quite happy with the clock so far

However, since my temps are so reasonable (33 celcius idle and 45-49 load) I feel that I still have further to go.

I don't have time to do this stuff now, but I'll have a crack over the weekend and let you know how I go...
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