Discussion in 'Articles' started by W1zzard, Apr 29, 2005.
To read this article go to: http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/overclocking/voltmods/117
hey , sorry but i dont get quite what this means, volt mods, what improvement does a voltmod have and.... what do you do? lol
Do you lower resistance on the soldered VR to increase voltage, or do you raise it?
Specifically where are the voltage read points, I can't make them out in the picture.
Read the article here to get an idea of what to do.... if you double click on the first image it will enlarge ...
noboy better try this guide - you will fry your card! lol
Wizzard might wanna check the guide with an actual card before you post this - 20k on the mem will give you around 3V and 20K on the VGPU 1.9V rofl.
Nice pictures nevertheless
so which resistances do you suggest?
on xs they seem to suggest a 50k vr
Did you test the mods f. g. the pencil mods?
What resistance should it be afterwards?
I would like to do this Vmod but I don´t know how to determinate PCB number
coul you tell me where I can find it out please
yea i have a hybrid sapphire x700 pro card. my pcb doesnt look like the pics so im guessing mine isnt compatible?
I have an Gigabyte X700 card
how can i know it used PCB #A379or not ?
please help me
I woul like to raise frequencies on my sapphire x700 PCI-e (400/500)
it is stable at 475/630 but I think that 4ns samsung coul go higher
but layout is different
here are photos
please help or tell me how to make it run higher
I am cooling with zalman vf700 alcu and I am working on passive coolers for memory
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