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Satasheet figure the RAM’s getting too hot anyway, so I took it off and just left the card at stock. I know for a fact that this board has been visited by more than its share of hardware geniuses in the past.
It not sits on a shelf. Went from around to If the new versions are better then great. Maybe you have the early ECS cousin?
Also might be fixable just by sticking a datasheer on ’em Hi guys, Just been datqsheet up some data on this mobo I just got in case I want to tweak anything Here the information about vmem and vgpu mods of PX I don’t believe it. I’ve also tried it with pin 7 and 10, resulting in no percievable changes.
Not quite sure where I’m going to stick my fingers or scribble with the magic pencil yet So this thread represents a quest of mine to find the VCore volt mod for this particular card. Not as good as the ATI cousin.
No clue what the voltage is, but I don’t feel like going any higher anyway. AM – Phenoms will torch this one. You told to have some artefacts when altering one output of regulator pin I also had trouble loading OSes on it for some reason.
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Let’s see whether I’ll have time to check out the progress and if there are still anything to solve. Don’t have any RAM cooling, afterall. I’ve tried pin 17, which changes what I thought was the VCore I found a read point on the card that reads 1. Are your card looking like this top view: There’s a couple more “Geforce” boards with different letters, one of them wasn’t well regarded, only ran the PCIe slot at 8x.
I over used not abused several of their boards and all but the have been reliable. The potential is there, I think.
Unfortunately scanning the back of the card isn’t an option, cause I got so much junk on there: Haven’t got any issues with this one yet, sits fresh in it’s box atm, can’t seem to get a moment to throw the rig together. Just grabbing the chip datsaheet while they’re easy to read, to look for vcore and vdimm mods in case it won’t clock much, or takes me tantalisingly close to some target but is just a tad short of stable. So I really have no idea what controls the VCore.
Here’s a diagram, and a link to the PDF datasheet. Apmm7313 I went ahead and vmodded the memory. I agree most of things you wrote: That complicates things quite a bit.
Sorry about your card s: Again, anybody with any insight they can think of, please post it. In that top foto, could you locate any ‘interesting’ extra IC’s? Do you remember how high value you had when making that mod? TPs test datasueet are small metallized holes in the board. Road Warrior I have that board from over a year ago.
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Someone finally found the vmod. This one takes Phenoms up to 95W. I bet with a volt mod to the core done correctly, this thing could do I’m going to throw a AM2 sempy it and see if it still plays. Which output is controlling Vmem and how you performed that mod: Datassheet for the response, SikaRippa, and no it’s not that one in the pic you linked to.