Originally Posted by Patch
First time I've picked up a soldering iron without breaking something
in quite a while.
Just GPUv mod for now. 100K VR.
I've been killing so much hardware lately that I didn't even go through the effort to test on water until I knew the card would run. Just stock fan.
Nothing ground breaking, but if I can run down a memory and OCP/OVP mod for this PCB (wouldn't even get past proxy at 1 ghz even at 1.56v on air) it may be worth putting under LN2 for some hardware points.
haha perhaps its that attitude that's causing you to break so much hardware patch, on the other hand I'm not one to talk I have too many dead GPUs to keep track of.
That seems to be a lot of caps in that mom but if you can get another 200mhz without an OCP/OVP mod then what the hell, imagine what you can do over 2.0 volts on LN2 with an OCP/OVP mod, what's the number on the IC of that card patch?
Theo: 65 degrees is childs play! Granted if thats the core temp then the shaders are probably a little higher but most GPU's critical temps come around 90-110. I'll say it once and I'll say it again, my 8800gt Alpha Dog hit 140 degrees (maybe even 145) and lived to bench another day (that and get a hardware cpu)