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Old 8th December, 2002, 07:28 PM
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Does Anybody Have Info On VOLT MODDING the GF3 ti200 Gainward Ti450????????????

As the topic said, anybody has info on that?

based on my weeks of search on the web, it is proven that there is no source on volt modding the Gainward GeForce3 ti200(ti450) GS card. The basic standard Ti200 reference design volt modding is all over the place... everywhere on the web but not this card, why???????? standard ti200 reference design and mine are completely different. Don't apply.

Anybody????? plz.
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Do you know which voltage regulator is in use on the card? If you know what the regulator is, then it shouldn't be too hard to find the informtion required to make a mod to it.

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this is a standard ti200 reference design and shows the voltage generatorz for both core and memory.


http://www.xbitlabs.com/video/titani.../reference.jpg


But, mine is nothing like it. There are no chips like it on my PCB..
The core voltage generators ID number on the chip SC1175CSW 0139 G27248 aren't there. Mine doesn't have any chips with 10 legs on each side of them.

http://www.xbitlabs.com/video/titani...king/vcore.jpg

I mean there's nothing.. nothing like it. However, there are two little chips with only 4 legs each side and located somewhat similar to the reference design. These chips' ID number is nothing like the original one. These are very tiny chips.. help........
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I mean there's nothing.. nothing like it. However, there are two little chips with only 4 legs each side and located somewhat similar to the reference design. These chips' ID number is nothing like the original one. These are very tiny chips..
I am assuming that you can find chips on the board with no problem I'm assuming that you know which part is the BIOS ROM, which part is the GPU, which parts are the memory, and which part is the TV encoder (if your card has one).

Any other chip that has more than 3 legs and less than 28 could be a possibility!

Edit: From the few pictures I found of the board, it is likely to be on the reverse of the card.

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