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1.9.4 Even better, thanks.
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anyone notice the "jtag" on their PCB..right above the PCI-E fingers on the back-side...looks like a removed commissioning plug ..

* there is also an inductor located near the PCI-E fingers on the front-side of the PCB.. can someone measure voltage here, to confirm it is vDDCI coming from the mobo slot..? ..Please? [pic for reference]

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* there is also an inductor located near the PCI-E fingers on the front-side of the PCB.. can someone measure voltage here, to confirm it is vDDCI coming from the mobo slot..? ..Please? [pic for reference]

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I will when I get back. It's my sisters birthday, so I won't be back for about 5-6 hours from now. If no one else has gotten ya taken care of, I'll grab the multimeter from the shop and post back.
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+rep'd.. tnx again.

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anyone notice the "jtag" on their PCB..right above the PCI-E fingers on the back-side...looks like a removed commissioning plug ..
I'd like to connect to that and see if it does anything special. The P4 computer upstairs has a parallel port .

JTAG is the method the first iPhone was hacked(geohot)
    
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links please... I want to know
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Well, I've currently hit a wall of 805/1610/2000 with 1.087 V

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that's stable? i doubt it mine also gives 800 core benchmarking but playing just 780... and mems 925 (crysis about 30min to be sure)
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It's an hour stable in furmark and game stable (around 5 hours of BC2 and 1 hour of Crysis).

The load temps in furmark after an hour were 80C
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It's an hour stable in furmark and game stable (around 5 hours of BC2 and 1 hour of Crysis).

The load temps in furmark after an hour were 80C
Nice core..dont go roasting it now..
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