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  1. t_ski

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    I take it this was successful?
     
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  2. manofthem

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    Yes sir, successful yet scary. I made a thread over here with a little more info ;)
     
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    But with the hope of good footage, more platter space was needed!
    While everyone else is showing of their little showboaty SSD's, Green is still the way of the future !
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    nice build, i just saw it on facebook
     
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    what camera that you use, the pic looks pretty nice
     
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    Thanks man, but for pictures like this the camera really doesn't play that big of a role (imo). Get the lighting right and you're almost there.

    I thought people would be more curious about #7609 to be honest =))
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Tried some self-made mods to increase ASUS Hotwire limits?!? only one worked.


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    Ballsy move, Dave. :respect: looks good but....

    I can't believe you use the. 88 tortex. :laugh:
    I fancy the orange .6 myself ;)
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    mods are fairly basic... and info for how to fix Hotwire function for software-voltage-locked models of ASUS 7970 DCUII isn't out there yet. There is info for other models of cards, but what to do is not listed for this specific model, so I had to remove and replace parts until I found which one worked (remove PR122, located under backplate). Once it worked, I tried on other outputs, or what I thought was other outputs, but no change noticed, and card functions fine. Before removing PR122, max via HotWire was a meager 1.125V, when stock is 1.1V. :banghead: That limited the card to 1070 benchable. now I can push over 1.4V easily, but over 1.35V crashes the card...normal stuff for 7970 now. At least I can OC the card to 1200 Mhz now with 1.325V. ;)


    And yeah...I like to dig into the strings at times, I use orange and yellow Tortex too. ;)
     
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    looks ghetto
    so you will run like that or take it to the stock since only one that work?
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    So you did solder back on the components that didn't change anything?
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Yep. That's how I spent New Years Eve. :p

    I think I Need to actually replace what WAS removed (PR122) as well, with something of a higher value.
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Why? are you experiencing issues?
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Nope. But previously GPU Hotwire value of 96-97 had huge jump, but now this range is @ 64-65.

    0 = 1.1 V, 96= 1.275 V, 97= 1.365V.

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    0 = 1.1 V, 64 = 1.295V, 65 = 1.335V, 66 = 1.34V, 67 = 1.356V.

    I want to hit 1.3 V. I have gotten closer, for sure, but not quite where I want to be. This is just amusement for me anyway, not trying to "fix" anything, just making sure I can still solder tiny crap successfully more than anything else. :p
     
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    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    Doesn't have to be my sexay hardware right? This is from IT Diva (Darlene) at OCN. I don't think I have ever felt more inadequate.:roll:

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