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ASUS Direct cu II v's MSI 6950 2gb Twin Frozr III

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by dipsta, Dec 6, 2011.

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    enjoy this shaders unlocked, using rbe and ati winflash!

    do i need to reinstall drivers? i didnt and they showed immediatedly in gpuz
     

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    if they showed up then you probably don't need to reinstall. it's never certain. all computers are different :)
     
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    Groovey just rebenching now to see if its any better
     
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    I just want to make something clear to everyone... i have sucessfully and easily unlocked my 6950 Direct CU II from Asus,. I used the RBE and Atiwinflash.

    I have also replaced the TIM. with AS5 and knocked 7 degrees off my idle .. it idles at 29 and my rt is 23.

    Also note that mine was purchased dec 2011, and the switch on the card, is a dual bios switch. when i switch it over 1408 shaders, back to the right and 1536 shaders... Just to clarify.

    My card doesnt overclock particularly well, did'nt even before i did the unlock.. my best is 935 1350 with shaders unlocked @ 1.2v. I can go higher but it gets far too hot..

    hope this helps anyone.
     
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