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hi all..

how do you volt mod a 8800GTS.
just wont to know because i have a spare 8800GTS laying around ..

NOTE I DON'T CARE IF I BLOW THE CARD. I'll just buy another one..

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wow.haha.

why not just sli those babies together?!

forget overclocking....

or you could sell the card to me


lol.
I'd really pay you a 150 bucks if you sold it since you really don't care about it.

i do care a bit, its just I'm trying to pull every last bit of juice out of it.
think of it as my tester 8800GTS.
 

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well.
i could test it for you.haha.

thing is..i don't know a thing about stuff like this..
but i need a card for my new system i'm making.

lol.i was just kidding^_^.

good luck with the mod.hope u don't get that thing fried.
 

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It is not so easy. You need very steady hands and a very fine soldering iron and a magnifying glass (experience is needed)
But here is the link if you want to try
http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=get...194&howtoID=72
You can also check out my gallery I have a pic of the sli vmod
710/2196 60c Max on water
I still have more head room on the Vcore volts just under 1.4V stock 1.33V
With the Mod link above it limits the mem to just under 2.0V but the Vcore can go all the way to 1.47V but after about 700mhz on the core the performance does not scale up that well. There seems to be a wall to stop GTS clocking past the GTX
But since you are not concerned about your card I say go for broke
 
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