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Need more CPU Ghz.
    
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This ^^^ ~18k is very good for 3.6ghz CPU and single GPU...

compare to this..below and you'll feel better



..if you had a faster CPU you'd see +20k easy.
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CL3P20 -- THanks for the uplifting pics! lol

Yeah, I don't feel so bad. My VANTAGE score went up DRAMATICALLY! 13,728, opposed to 10k! -- That is with my GPU clocked at 965!

Reps to all who helped me out! THANKS!

***EDIT***

BTW, my voltmeter sucks! Well, it did... Until I threw it! I went out and got another one a bit ago, and found out my vCore was 1.78v, with the resistance dropped to 1.88k.

IT DID however hit 1GHz EASY! lol I'm sitting at 1.52vCore now, and it's stable @ 965MHz Core. Temps never above 74c, so maybe I'll up it a bit more and get it stable @ 1GHz. We'll see if it's worth it.

Thanks for help!
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hey, anyone thought of/tried using melted candel wax as either something to hold the wires down on a solder mod, or maybe sub zero insulation? might try it a bit later
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Guys, I need your expertise in helping my fix this card.

I have a BFG GTX285 with parts missing (circled in red). Can you tell me what they're rated for (resistance/capacitance) and how I can return it to stock?

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Guys, I need your expertise in helping my fix this card.

I have a BFG GTX285 with parts missing (circled in red). Can you tell me what they're rated for (resistance/capacitance) and how I can return it to stock?

I'm guessing from the looks of things that someone had already tried this or done some modding to the card?

This is workable. 10acjed has a 285 and I'm sure I could get him to take some measurements of those points.

Got a DMM and are you handy with an iron?
    
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I'm guessing from the looks of things that someone had already tried this or done some modding to the card?

This is workable. 10acjed has a 285 and I'm sure I could get him to take some measurements of those points.

Got a DMM and are you handy with an iron?
That's not my card, I used that as a reference pic. Those circled parts are actually missing from my card. I do have a DMM and iron btw.
post #688 of 1500
.. this

Blue indicates a bridged position..
post #689 of 1500
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Go ahead and number them in a pic and measure the resistance between the pads of the missing resistors.


EDIT: Cl with tha ninja move. Looks like he's on top of it. I didn't realize these are the resistors for the V'mod.
    
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post #690 of 1500
Here is the info I found: Link Here

The red arrows I have no idea what resistance. The green arrow I am pretty sure is 0 ohm. The blue arrow is a capacitor and I have no idea what it is.



Should I just short the two contacts on the red arrowed and green arrowed one?

What about the blue arrowed capacitor what do I do there since it's missing?
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