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starting mods today on 2x 480SC's ..these will be for new WR attempt..and no, not by me ..I R just the doc!
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Here's the max clock that afterburner allows.. Sux really..














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if you max the slider, then close it and re-open has the limit increased for you.. ..heard from a little bird, that it works on some GPU's.. hehe
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It actually does'nt do that on the 470. I wish!! It works for the 480 though!
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Hey guys, I'm a little new to overclocking and well, I raised the voltage on my GTX 470, and to make a long story short my cheap $20 PSU stopped working with it. I hooked a 300w PSU up to the GPU with the PSU in my sig powering the rest of my system and it booted up fine. So now I'm ordering a new PSU.

However I do have a question, do you think my old PSU could've damaged my card at all when raising the voltages? When I booted it up with the two PSUs nothing seemed wrong at all but you never know, again I'm new to this.
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Hey guys, I'm a little new to overclocking and well, I raised the voltage on my GTX 470, and to make a long story short my cheap $20 PSU stopped working with it. I hooked a 300w PSU up to the GPU with the PSU in my sig powering the rest of my system and it booted up fine. So now I'm ordering a new PSU.

However I do have a question, do you think my old PSU could've damaged my card at all when raising the voltages? When I booted it up with the two PSUs nothing seemed wrong at all but you never know, again I'm new to this.
If it's still working, more then likely you're card is just fine.
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How did you get it stable at those clocks? Use NVIDIA Inspector to set the core speed up to 1.4GHz.
    
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How did you get it stable at those clocks? Use NVIDIA Inspector to set the core speed up to 1.4GHz.
Thanks man! I updated the bios to get 1.21v and am now using inspector..I just used the new version of afterburner for that though. I'd really like 1.40v - 1.50v if possible..
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I'd really like 1.40v - 1.50v if possible..
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lol!! Yeah that's alot but I really need it!
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