I've been silently watching and considering working on voltage with the 280, but in the end I know I won't be doing it for performance gains for my purposes.
Without voltage adjustments, I can hit about 700/1500/1300 (few clocks either direction), and in nearly all 3d applications, I gain 1-3 fps. Of course, in synthetics, there's a gain, but that's not my bag.
A volt mod would help stretch out the bandwidth on the memory, maybe to somewhere in the range of 1350-1400? Of course the timings would have to be loosened, and the shader clock (the GT200's weak point), doesn't like going over 1600-1650 (unlinked), no matter the voltage or cooling solution.
Which means, projected real world frames gains would be less than five fps across the board so to speak. And I simply cannot justify soldering, flashing and further increased cooling for such a small increase in performance.
Unfortunatley I think I'll be sitting out the modding for this generation of cards.
Awsome game I wish i could get it but parent are fags and they dont't let me get M games.
You didn't call your parents fags
You didn't call yourself "hacker" on the internet
You learned to spell "awesome" and "assassin"
they might think you are mature enough to get the game. -Davidelmo