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7900GS Volts

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Ok guys thanks for all the help so far. I just have one more question right now. How far can i push the volts on my 7900GS and it still be safe. I know i will need to monitor my temps. Right now I'm idling in the upper 30's and when i run ati tool it stays at 57.The highest Ive seen it go up to is 59* C. Right now i have my card stable at 614 core and 1450 on the memory. Is a bios editor the only way to up the core volts? What about the memory volts? Where will it become really unsafe to raise them above, and what program can i use to do all of this?
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the only way to get more volts on the graphics card is to do a volt mod on the card. There is a thread on how to do it if you search around for it.
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