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hey, i'm not really sure if this is the place to put it but looks like this is where its going. just wondering, how to do raise the voltage on a graphics card, and if you do will it have much of an effect on the temps as it does on the cpu?
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Most voltage mods on GPU are hardware related. I.E. soldering wires to the back of the circuit board at specific spots. Some GPU's allow voltage mods though updated BIOS's but not all. If you do find a way to increase the voltage on your GPU, yes you will see an increase in heat. Most of the time you'll need aftermarket cooling to suffice it. Hope this helps.
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ohk so if i volt mod my card that means the temp will rise but thats a - point what would be an advantage of a volt mod, OCING ??
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yes
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ohk so i am good at soldering but i want a good guide the vr site has all the pics removed !!!
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