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Remember, if you have questions or want to confirm with others on how the card is running, please speak up about it because others might be helped out with the answers.
I definitely will. This forum was what initially inspired me to start overclocking. I learned a lot of stuff here, but you can never know everything..so I'll be around . This is my first GTX ever and I'm very very pleased with it. I got a 23'' Acer LCD last week and this card takes it's 1920x1080 like a champ...Awesome card..really. I'm so happy that I got it. I tried the evga Precision last night and I took it from the stock 590Mhz to 700Mhz with just moving the slider. The idle temps remain the same..have to test it under load today. But I think it will run just fine.

Thanks for the welcome.
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Has anyone tried flashing the bios of a xfx gtx260 to increase the voltage?
I have read a few articles and no where could I find if it actually will help me oc more and what the max voltage is. Anyone have any ideas?
    
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You can't soft vmod the 55nm version of this card.
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You can't soft vmod the 55nm version of this card.
From what iv heard hes right.
   
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I ran into temp issues when I soft vmodded mine so I'm sticking with stock for now.
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You can't soft vmod the 55nm version of this card.
well that's no fun.
    
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Been there, done that. That's why I'm so glad I got a 65nm from RMA!
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Oooh. My folder is a 65nm. You can soft vmod them? Me wants!
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You can't soft vmod the 55nm version of this card.
If you change the VID ID from "04" to "00" for the third entry of the VID table it supposedly is 1.18v. I got 100mhz shader clock out of it *shrug*. There was a thread about it on EVGA forums.
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Has anyone been able to successfully remove capacitor whine? My old GTX 260 and the new one have it!
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