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X1600 add voltage controls please

ARTOSOFT

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#51
Great! I saw a tutorial somewhere about how to make a copy of the BIOS onto a floppy I believe, if I can find it then I'll try copying it and see about Rabit. Thanks artosoft.
Taylor
You are welcome :rockout: .

Now if I can find PowerColor TUL OC bios, I might be able to tweaking memory timing also for some extra speed without increasing memory clock (means extra speed without extra heat and power)...

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#52
Well.. you could use the ATI tool though... Make a profile in the ATI Tool. Then set your fan speed to 100%. Find startup (in ATI tool) and choose the way you want it to load your profile. Like mine... :cool:
 

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Yes, I could just have it load and run the profile, but, when I'm working in my 3D modeling programs I usually have a texture and lighting app running as well, and I'm trying to keep the amount of stuff running at the same time to a minimum. I'd like to just update the card BIOS since the card is running warm all the time at idle. with the fan running at 100% idle is down to 52C. Thanks for the replies!! I need some cooling.