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adding 0.1V on my video card

qwo

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i am trying to add 0.1V to my nv 7600GT

but i am not sure how to

i just dumped my bios, and use nvidia bios tweaker to open it

i saw some VID, is this correct way to add voltage?

but what are the number of voltage table? there are 5 numbers

 
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#2
for adding more voltage for your GPU you can set it on your bios...

but with extreme precaution,,changing gpu voltage could kill your gpu..

ask infrared if you dont believe it, he would explain how to get max performance of your gpu

without increasing gpu voltage, and I think by increasing gpu volt wont make any

significant performance increasement..
 

qwo

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for adding more voltage for your GPU you can set it on your bios...

but with extreme precaution,,changing gpu voltage could kill your gpu..

ask infrared if you dont believe it, he would explain how to get max performance of your gpu

without increasing gpu voltage, and I think by increasing gpu volt wont make any

significant performance increasement..
if it is dangerous, i think i will just give up on this