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Old 14th April, 2006, 09:03 AM
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Excellent!, Seeing as my card is still running at very reasonable temperatures I am more than likely going to attemp a hard-mod on this card, Im going to work on the memory first as I know that the particular version of memory used on these cards has a fair amount of slack left when it comes to voltage increases, I am hoping to aim for a 15% increase on the current memory speed and I will be happy if I can get my core speeds upto 520mhz+.
However I will need to work within the current constraints of the stock cooling which means that even with optimal airflow within the case I an unlikely to be able to run more than 1.6v (a 0.2 volt increase on stock), raising the voltage above this level would require water/phase change cooling and is generally detrimental to the lifespan of the card.

Muttley9: You seem to have hit exactly the same end result as me, glad it worked!
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