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post #9121 of 9160 (permalink) Old 08-20-2017, 12:31 PM
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I didn't mean to send my PCB to you , I want to upload pics in HD here and u tell me what to do. That's it. And I Tried Bios Modding with Kepler Bios Tweaker V1.27 and I Have Increased the power Limit But Not The Voltage. Voltage Stucks at 1.20000 In Afterburner and GPUZ.

The guide I found has photos and explains exactly what to do. But it sounds like, unfortunately, you have ended up with one of the 700 series that is probably volt-locked. frown.gif
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The guide I found has photos and explains exactly what to do. But it sounds like, unfortunately, you have ended up with one of the 700 series that is probably volt-locked. frown.gif

So, There isn't any way to hardmod my PCB ??? That Let Me Increase Voltage ?
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So, There isn't any way to hardmod my PCB ??? That Let Me Increase Voltage ?

I would guess there probably is out there somewhere, I just don't know where any such guide is myself... search overclock.net or search google. Sorry.. maybe someone else here could help you further.
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I would guess there probably is out there somewhere, I just don't know where any such guide is myself... search overclock.net or search google. Sorry.. maybe someone else here could help you further.
Okay , Thanks for ur help. I Wish someone help me here.
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So, There isn't any way to hardmod my PCB ??? That Let Me Increase Voltage ?

I can't help with your card, but I can help with google:

Try quoting strings to narrow the search or in other words

instead of using this for google search: gigabyte gtx 770 voltage increase

try this: "gigabyte gtx 770" voltage increase


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I can't help with your card, but I can help with google:

Try quoting strings to narrow the search or in other words

instead of using this for google search: gigabyte gtx 770 voltage increase

try this: "gigabyte gtx 770" voltage increase


https://www.google.com/search?q=%22gigabyte+gtx+770%22+voltage+increase&oq=%22gigabyte+gtx+770%22+voltage+increase&gs_l=psy-ab.3..33i21k1.3613.12893.0.13171.27.19.0.0.0.0.170.1507.10j5.15.0....0...1.1.64.psy-ab..14.6.597...33i22i29i30k1j33i160k1.pmH063hgj0M

Tried Every method, everything, nothing works. help guys frown.gif
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Tried Every method, everything, nothing works. help guys frown.gif

It can be done is not easy though but to TBH for todays games it really is a waste of time not enough Vram and power even if toy managed a huge OC like 1400Mhz
Just go buy a GTX1070 or better and be done with it thumb.gif

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It can be done is not easy though but to TBH for todays games it really is a waste of time not enough Vram and power even if toy managed a huge OC like 1400Mhz
Just go buy a GTX1070 or better and be done with it thumb.gif

Insufficient Money for now , and I Have 1080P Display , I Get 45~55in most games. So when I OC it To 1400 or 1370 , I Will Get A Steady 60FPS In Most Of Games. And when I Get Money , I will Upgrade to 1070 for Sure.
So Any Help?? 'bout OCing it ?
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Insufficient Money for now , and I Have 1080P Display , I Get 45~55in most games. So when I OC it To 1400 or 1370 , I Will Get A Steady 60FPS In Most Of Games. And when I Get Money , I will Upgrade to 1070 for Sure.
So Any Help?? 'bout OCing it ?

I already showed you a link how to bypass nvidia's power limit restrictions. If you can't find a link to how to modify that card's voltage then it's probably not possible. I tried googling myself and could not find anything specific to your card. Even if you found said guide you would be getting in to the realm of soldering variable resistors on to your card to "hard mod" the voltage, since it can't be done by bios. And that's pretty much for LN2 Benchmark Suicide runs for world records, and it's not usable for "Daily Driver" 24-7 gaming usage. Even if you found such a guide it would pretty much physically damage it in the process as well.

The short summary is this: You can't change voltage on your card, at least not easily. Sorry, it's just not possible. Overclock it as far as you can with MSI Afterburner and live with what ever results. If it's not fast enough, then get a newer card. If you can't afford it then I guess you're stuck with it for now.
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I already showed you a link how to bypass nvidia's power limit restrictions. If you can't find a link to how to modify that card's voltage then it's probably not possible. I tried googling myself and could not find anything specific to your card. Even if you found said guide you would be getting in to the realm of soldering variable resistors on to your card to "hard mod" the voltage, since it can't be done by bios. And that's pretty much for LN2 Benchmark Suicide runs for world records, and it's not usable for "Daily Driver" 24-7 gaming usage. Even if you found such a guide it would pretty much physically damage it in the process as well.

The short summary is this: You can't change voltage on your card, at least not easily. Sorry, it's just not possible. Overclock it as far as you can with MSI Afterburner and live with what ever results. If it's not fast enough, then get a newer card. If you can't afford it then I guess you're stuck with it for now.

Some people here have my Card , and Overclocked it to 1350 and 1400Mhz. But they sold thier Cards I Guess or don't want to help me.
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