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any score you get will stay this time (atleast until i get a new card) because i ran into some kind of stability issue. my card keeps freezing during certain vantage tests at some of the same clocks I had before. Im going to leave it for now, if you get above 3rd I'll still be in the running for some points and a medal and OCN will be the winner but I dont want to ruin this card and be GPU less while I wait for my RMA

time to find another nice PNY online and grab some more tim and look into a mofset cooling solution. Maybe I should grab a bfg, not sure exactly on the brand. I just want to see if I can get past 950 core and 1200 mem because 930/1175 isn't going to cut it if I want to get above 9000 points.

The weird this is no matter how well I do on vantage when I try any of the other benchmarks I am way, I mean way off, down in the top 20's / 30s's. I know the older 3d marks are weighted to CPU score but seriously that low. I was like 100k off on aquamark too. Am I doing something wrong?

best of luck FTW with that vmem you should be able to get right back up there with the top contenders
post #42 of 553
I'm not too bad in 05 (10th) & aquamark (11th), although 22nd in 06 & haven't been able to run the 2nd game test in 03 at all.
I figured I'll try to use something different for the heatsinks, so I'll see if Billy Mays can save the day with Mighty Putty...

    
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haha love the bong slide in the background

with the spirit of billy mays on your side anything is possible, expect results. alos what cooler are you using?
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FTW, you can mix some TIM with glue to make your own thermal adhesive. That has seemed to work well for others.
    
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The mighty putty is holding up, I'll keep the glue + TIM idea in mind though, it would look nicer.
The cooler on this is an Arctic Cooling Accelero, at 1.390 volts & clocks at 882/2160/999 it's hitting low 40s under load with the ambient at 22.

The vmem mod does nothing for this qimonda memory, tried up to 2.2 volts & no more (or even less) OC.
I was looking at this reverse vmem mod (pic below), would it be stupid to leave the 20k vr that I've already done in place, turn it down to stock, & use the 50k to lower it more?
Or is it a must to remove the vmem mod I've done before putting on a reverse vmem 50k?

    
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You can add another VR to the line if you wont, but wouldn't it be easier to unsolder the old and replace it with a new? Just use the same wires only replace the VR.
    
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I went to take the vr off & the superglue I used works real good. I'm good at forcing things but trying to avoid breakage, I think I just about have it though...
    
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post #48 of 553
I'd suggest hotglue in the fututre, its strong enough that nothing budges (except once when I had osmething by my mofset and it loosened up a bit, also when it comes time for removal you can usually use tear it off without taking anything with it from the PCB or you can always soldering iron melt it or melt it with the tip of the glue gun

plus the stuff I have reacts to UV light!!! trippy!

also FTW what brand card is yours that has the quimonda chips from what I hear these are a real buzzkill
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I went to take the vr off & the superglue I used works real good. I'm good at forcing things but trying to avoid breakage, I think I just about have it though...
Throw it in an airtight bag in the freezer for a couple hours. That will make the super glue super brittle and it should come right apart.
post #50 of 553
lol, last time I saw someone post pics with hotglue this is what I saw.

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