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has it even been updated in forever? I remember warning against its use in the GK110 Titan club & it was out of date then.

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I've heard quite some 2080 TI's being broken cuz of supposidly bad memory?
I have the 2080 normal but I m not willing to BANK on it xD. (memory bank get it )

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has it even been updated in forever? I remember warning against its use in the GK110 Titan club & it was out of date then.
thats probably because GK110 was the last "unlocked" voltage regulator on the pcb.

i'm pretty sure this guy almost singlehandedly caused nvidia's green light program and started locking everything down since.

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thats probably because GK110 was the last "unlocked" voltage regulator on the pcb.

i'm pretty sure this guy almost singlehandedly caused nvidia's green light program and started locking everything down since.
hey now, I didn't find the exploit, I just screamed about it from the mountain tops!

also - you had to manually unlock the controller

remember when Nvidia came n told us we were all wrong?
remember when we were like "k, how's this +500 core OC possible then?" the 1400mhz 1.4v club

I just realized something... I haven't purchased a GPU brand new, since Greenlight.

good times.

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hey now, I didn't find the exploit, I just screamed about it from the mountain tops!

also - you had to manually unlock the controller

remember when Nvidia came n told us we were all wrong?
remember when we were like "k, how's this +500 core OC possible then?" the 1400mhz 1.4v club

I just realized something... I haven't purchased a GPU brand new, since Greenlight.

good times.
occam (one of the wonder twins -sky and occam) baby sat us on the 780 owners thread. iirc, we just had to send a command to AB and flash sky/occams bios (before KBT) and BOOM. there are a lot of good posts about VRMS and VRM cooling buried in that thread.

yes, very good times.

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