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Holy shi$e im sorry i forgot everyones names,got it all wrong it was you that actually helped me through 90% of the way,im a dumb ass with names sometimes,sorry.

Anyway the card is still performing so well,im more than chuffed still.

Thanks again voltage drop!

Absolutley not even 1 problem since pencil mod its been well worth doing.
Its just egged me on more to buy extra bits for my pc and crysis warhead has never been this good
Oh man I was just messing with ya! Its cool and you are welcome.

@kpopsaranghae~FTW is right, the cooler the card, the higher the clocks, It all depends on your particular card so you might not do as good or you might get higher clocks. Just depends. Good luck with the mod

@PizzaMan:

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It's about damn time they put a good price tag on some 88GTs. Go BFG! They've should've dropped below $100 a long time ago.
Yeah I know, right. That was an awesome find man. I just wish I could TRI SLI them. I guess I'll have to settle for SLI and do something else with the other card.
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would be awesome if newegg shipped here, or i lived in the us lol

anyway, i have a dead x600 which i just desoldered a whole bunch of caps from, i have 9x 6.3v 1000uF caps, 2x 16v 470uF caps, and from another card, i have 2x 2.5v all solid 820uF caps, and 2x 16v 270uF solid caps, where can i put them on my 8800gt? i saw the cap points in the op of this thread, but it just circles resistors, do i just solder one leg to one side and the other to the other? taking polarity into consideration of course.

oh, and there are 2 coils(are they called inductors?) on the card, should i try desoldering them? they are black bits of plastic with copper wire wrapped around them
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would be awesome if newegg shipped here, or i lived in the us lol

anyway, i have a dead x600 which i just desoldered a whole bunch of caps from, i have 9x 6.3v 1000uF caps, 2x 16v 470uF caps, and from another card, i have 2x 2.5v all solid 820uF caps, and 2x 16v 270uF solid caps, where can i put them on my 8800gt? i saw the cap points in the op of this thread, but it just circles resistors, do i just solder one leg to one side and the other to the other? taking polarity into consideration of course.

oh, and there are 2 coils(are they called inductors?) on the card, should i try desoldering them? they are black bits of plastic with copper wire wrapped around them
Yes yes... piggy-back the caps to the SMD caps circled in the pics [I know they look like resistors...but key difference is resistors go boom when you measure them under load ...caps do not of course ] You can add caps to both the input phase [16v caps] and output phases [2.5-6.3v caps]. As for the inductors...you should definitely NOT remove them...they are essential for power regulation. For more extreme mods/speeds/voltages you can add 2ndary inductors to the GPU... this has helped me run an additional .5v and push into OCP range [1.44+ for G92] without any signs of OCP
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would be awesome if newegg shipped here, or i lived in the us lol

anyway, i have a dead x600 which i just desoldered a whole bunch of caps from, i have 9x 6.3v 1000uF caps, 2x 16v 470uF caps, and from another card, i have 2x 2.5v all solid 820uF caps, and 2x 16v 270uF solid caps, where can i put them on my 8800gt? i saw the cap points in the op of this thread, but it just circles resistors, do i just solder one leg to one side and the other to the other? taking polarity into consideration of course.

oh, and there are 2 coils(are they called inductors?) on the card, should i try desoldering them? they are black bits of plastic with copper wire wrapped around them
Man i just scavenged my old x600xt about a month ago!Got almost the exact same caps as u did!!!!
And 2 coils too!!!
It was PITA the coils to remove so try hard!!!!!!!
    
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Yes yes... piggy-back the caps to the SMD caps circled in the pics [I know they look like resistors...but key difference is resistors go boom when you measure them under load ...caps do not of course ] You can add caps to both the input phase [16v caps] and output phases [2.5-6.3v caps]. As for the inductors...you should definitely NOT remove them...they are essential for power regulation. For more extreme mods/speeds/voltages you can add 2ndary inductors to the GPU... this has helped me run an additional .5v and push into OCP range [1.44+ for G92] without any signs of OCP
oh, so they are caps? lol, man, would never have guessed.

cool, so i will probably do that then, so would the 6.3v 1000uF ones be the best ones for the mem ones?

not gonna cap the phases yet, as i dunno what to do :-P
but i will see how it goes

and i was meaning desolder the inducters from the dead x600 which i got the caps from not my 8800, would it be worth taking them from the x600 and piggy backing them on te 8800?

well i have the ocp mod done, so ocp isnt really an issue, and for the record my ocp trigger point was ~1.55 with before the mod, isnt that quite high?

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Man i just scavenged my old x600xt about a month ago!Got almost the exact same caps as u did!!!!
And 2 coils too!!!
It was PITA the coils to remove so try hard!!!!!!!

haha cool, mine is a GC-RX600PRO-D3
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5770 non-reference PCB Radeon: GPU vMeasure IC: L6788A

4850 non-reference PCB Radeon: GPU-pencil GPU-VR MEM-pencil MEM-VR vMeasure GPU IC MEM IC

4650 non-reference PCB Radeon: GPU-VR GPU-pencil GPU IC MEM-VR MEM-pencil MEM-IC vMeasure

3870 non-reference PC Radeon: GPU-VR GPU-Pencil MEM-pencil
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I am 10^567 sure that the 5770 is THE REFERENCE one!!!!
    
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I am 10^567 sure that the 5770 is THE REFERENCE one!!!!
You're right. I missed that. thx man

EDIT: Crap! I deleted some of the 5850 info. Is the 5850 PCB that same as the 5870?
    
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Νο iy isnt..Crap...Now u have to discover it again...Have a look @techpowerup.It will be easy to find it!
    
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Νο iy isnt..Crap...Now u have to discover it again...Have a look @techpowerup.It will be easy to find it!

I don't know what it is, but searching TPU drives me batty. If someone could please help me recover the 5850 info.
    
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