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Please help me unlock my sapphire x800gto

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Happy Time Harry, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. Happy Time Harry New Member

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    I'm sorry to post another thread like this but I have literally spent weeks researching this crap and I have gotten nowhere doing it. If you could I would like you to help me get my 256MB Sapphire X800GTO PCIE (not GTO2) to 16 pipes by any means necessary. I have done what I could and this is what I have for you...

    Core:
    R480
    Fuses:
    CONFIG_DIE_FUSES - 0xFFFF7FFF
    CONFIG_SUBSTRATE_FUSES - 0xFFFFFF9E
    CONFIG_ROM_FUSES - 0x461
    GB_PIPE_SELECT - 0x227A4

    I have looked at the core and from the other pictures that I have seen it has not been lasercut. I just really need to be told if I can somehow unlock the last four pipes and if someone could point me in the right direction I would be very grateful.
     
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    Unfortunately you can't unlock your extra pipes. But with the R480 core, you can overclock it very well.

    Sorry :(
     
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    so theres absolutley nothing that I can do not even that pencil mod thing. thank you again for the quick response
     
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    Probably not. The chances of the pencil mod working even if your core was lasercut is like 1%.

    The only cores that are lasercut are the R423 I believe.
     
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    well thanks for the help, now im not stressed with more research
     

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