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is there anyway i can get more out of my 7800gt i cant get past 500/1150
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You could invest in an aftermarket cooler... Mabe a Zalman or a NVSilencer.

I would Suggest the NVSilencer. Just mount a nice little 80mm fan next to it and Blam you should see some nice overclocks.

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there are some volt mods that you can do to give it more voltage. but you need some good cooling for it not to burn up. There's a bios flash that'll give it .1v i believe, and then there's some stuff you can solder onto the back if you want to risk that.
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You could invest in an aftermarket cooler... Mabe a Zalman or a NVSilencer.

I would Suggest the NVSilencer. Just mount a nice little 80mm fan next to it and Blam you should see some nice overclocks.

I'll post links in a few.
i dont think i need better cooling bc it runs at 35c idle and 47c load
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there are some volt mods that you can do to give it more voltage. but you need some good cooling for it not to burn up. There's a bios flash that'll give it .1v i believe, and then there's some stuff you can solder onto the back if you want to risk that.
ya i thought about an voltmod but i wouldnt be able to do the trade up program when the 8*** comes in and i seen what happens when u mess up
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Well that is a nice oc.. I would just stick with that or upgrade like you want too.
    
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Well that is a nice oc.. I would just stick with that or upgrade like you want too.
well about 30min playin fear it will artifact and freeze is there anyway to stop this?
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