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Well, i really don't understand how to do these pencil mods, or vcore mod, im still a newb.
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It's pretty simple. For the pencil mod, you measure resistance between the two sides of the resistor I have hilighted purple. Then, you take a pencil and shade between the two ends. Do it very slowly, and each time, measure resistance, then run the card and measure vcore.

For the hard mod, choose one of the three green points, then solder a wire onto it. Run the wire to a 100k ohm VR, to ground. Then, you can simply dial in the vcore.

Also useful is a molex plug, attached to the vcore read. Hot glue it to the back of the card so you can just stick the multimeter leads in, and get voltage measurement.
 
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What are the necessary hardware needed to do the vcore mod and pencil mod?

Well, to avoid damaging my HD 5750, i might have to use my 9500 GT, to atleast get some experience with V-modding.
Edited by Davidsen - 4/5/10 at 10:16pm
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You just need a pencil and a multimeter for the pencil mod. For the hard mod, you also need soldering tools, a 100k ohm VR, and some thin insulated wire.
 
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Since it would seem that the 5750 is the new 4770, I think I'll reclaim my glory amongst you lot and go QuadfireX with this series as I wish to return to your sides!

Piss poor attempt at sounding cool.

I am seriously thinking of doing it again... I need a new PSU tho... And wanna down-size my case a bit...
     
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Since it would seem that the 5750 is the new 4770, I think I'll reclaim my glory amongst you lot and go QuadfireX with this series as I wish to return to your sides!

Piss poor attempt at sounding cool.

I am seriously thinking of doing it again... I need a new PSU tho... And wanna down-size my case a bit...
I'll run some quadfire benches with 2x5750 + 2x5770 when I get all my cards. Just waiting for the powercolor eyefinity5 now.

The 5750 really is better than the 4770. It's more like a highly overclocked 4850 or a bit below a 4870 now.
 
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I'll run some quadfire benches with 2x5750 + 2x5770 when I get all my cards. Just waiting for the powercolor eyefinity5 now.

The 5750 really is better than the 4770. It's more like a highly overclocked 4850 or a bit below a 4870 now.
Mine is better then the 4870

I might try the pencil mod sometime, but later this summer I want to try a tri firex with my 5750.
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Is it even possible to do a tri or quad Cfirex? Mostly i've only seen MBoards with only two PCI-E x16.
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Mine is better then the 4870

I might try the pencil mod sometime, but later this summer I want to try a tri firex with my 5750.
I was referring to performance stock frequencies. You can overclock a 4870 too, you know.
 
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Is it even possible to do a tri or quad Cfirex? Mostly i've only seen MBoards with only two PCI-E x16.
My M4A79T Deluxe has four.

EDIT: Dammit double post.
 
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