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TechPowerUp Radeon BIOS Editor 1.19 Released, Allows New Software Voltmods

Nov 1, 2008
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It is true for gigabyte cards and the reason this cards go up to 750 mhz overlock no problem.
Thing is a bios dump won't help anyone , the card PCB is different and the bios is stuck at 1.158 or this is what i saw in a bios editor from TPU , only gigabyte's gamer hud shows voltages up to 1.19 and this is the max it can go.

Thx i always wondered about that, i can get my card upto 750 but it isn't 100% stable which is why i wanted a bit more. I can't find a guide for the gigabye card to do a hard voltage mod tho :(
Oct 20, 2007
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is there any program to check the voltaje i have in my 4870x2??
I think GPU-Z tells you the voltages under the sensors tab man, if not then riva tuner will.

My question(s) is, will this thing really let me modify my voltages on my card to go higher then what the BIOS is programmed to go? Will it actually let my voltages go higher then the default for these cards with out a hard mod? I have 2 4870 1gb cards.