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3VGA 8800GTX Volt mod + OC Help!

PyroX1040

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Currently running SLI 8800GTX 3VGA @ 606/1800... I was wondering if I needed or if there was a good Vmod so I can increase the GPU volt and increase preformence to 666/1800 without crashing >.>
 

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mine ran 680/1000(2000 DDR) nicely. no volt mod either. i think it's luck of the draw though. i've had over 20 GTX's and every one was different. luckily i ended up with 3 that would do 670/1000.

you may check over at xtremesystems for the voltmod. i know kingpin mods the hell out of his ultra's with all sorts of voltmods.
 

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mine ran 680/1000(2000 DDR) nicely. no volt mod either. i think it's luck of the draw though. i've had over 20 GTX's and every one was different. luckily i ended up with 3 that would do 670/1000.
Fit.. I'm going to kill u >.<!
 
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Believe it or not, your topping out your PSU. ;)
 

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I do'nt believe it at all because this is a 1000WATT beast I just increased all my volts for my CPU' and it's monitor says it's comsuming only 790Wat and remaing at about 175watts untill it goes balistic and just decideds to top over 1000watt's which it has done.. ALSO!!!!!! update the 3d mark posts... I got 19000!!!
 

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what erocker is referring to is correct....

the strider is a multi rail PSU. you should sell it and get the decathlon which is a single rail design.

you may try changing the cabling around a bit to balace the load over the 4 rails better.
 

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...or something from PCP&C. Their single-rail design is super efficient.
 

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