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Radeon X1900 Voltmods

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  1. W1zzard

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    I would like to do this but what amount of performance increase will I get with this?

    Also I have never done anything like this, on a scale 1-5 how difficult will this be?

    One last thing, you show sodder points, and the line to another point, what gets soddered?

    Sorry just confused. Thanks!
     
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    with air cooling you will probably gain nothing .. these mods are mainly interesting for extreme coolers.
     
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    Will it work with 1950XTX?

    well, is it the same mod for a x1950XTX card, or does the 1950XTX need another mod??
     
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    Has anybody with watercooling done these? 800 Mhz possible?

    It looks like for X1950XT these mods work too.
     
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    My best without any kind of volt mod or change in voltage settings was 754 mhz on the core.

    This was with the core under water.
     

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