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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by cozsmin, Apr 5, 2007.

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  1. cozsmin New Member

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    Hello , i am new to this forum
    I am not at all new to overclocking
    I have a x700 and i want to change its voltage from windows, i found alot of moddable software on the net, but they all about over voltage , i really want to down volt this time. Can someone reccommend some soft ?

    I have tried ati tray tools but no option for voltage , also atiTool, but i cannot access the voltages with it, i think it only works for 9200 - 9800,

    Can someone tell me a down volting method ?
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    why would you want to undervolt your card?
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    Maybe the same reason you want to undervolt your cpu. :slap: :roll:
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    the only reason i could think to undervolt a card would to be b/c its to hot,or its artifacting,in which case i would just rma it...
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    Well Im sure he has a great reason so lets wait and see! :toast:
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