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Old 08-10-2008, 04:19 PM   #31 (permalink)
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13.92

Thanks for the picture.
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it says 13.92!? Either your puter is about to blow up or that DMM is totally whack.

That's your 12v rail, it should be around 12v.


BTW i just raised my 24/7 clock to 880mhz 1.38v Anything over that requires a lot of voltage and its not worth it.
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hmm, ya that was on 20.... idk whats up with that thing... lol I have a feeling that I'm using it wrong and there isn't anything wrong with it. But I guess I have to hold off on that pencil mod untill I find out how to make this thing work properly/get a good one.

So do you think that I'm correct in assuming that the bios flash actually lowerd my vgpu voltage, while unlocking the CCC above 700 + the bios fan fix?
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it's possible i dunno. The only way to really know is by the DMM.

TBH none of those unlocked bioses have worked properly for me, I just use the AMD gpu tool to test which clocks are stable, then flash the bios to those clocks.
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I uninstalled CCC...

Wait, so you test with AMD gpu tool with the stock bios? I thought you couldn't test above 700 without a different bios?

What do you think I should do? I'm probably going to go to target(or BJ's...) and buy a cheap DMM, I think they should have one.
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amd gpu tool can clock past 700mhz if you disable CCC
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good god drizzt that maytag multimeter is as old as dust.
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How did you get the settings that high without issues? I got to 660/1100 with the CCC profile, anything more it seems to lock up during 3dmark06 and games.

I don't see any reason for me to raise it higher though, I have no need to.
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pencil mod.

More voltage my friend, more voltage....
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good god drizzt that maytag multimeter is as old as dust.
The magical place called my shed is full of old ****
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How did you get the settings that high without issues? I got to 660/1100 with the CCC profile, anything more it seems to lock up during 3dmark06 and games.

I don't see any reason for me to raise it higher though, I have no need to.
More voltage, and if you want to go past 700 with ccc you have to mod/flash the bios.

You can ALWAYS use more power

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pencil mod.

More voltage my friend, more voltage....
Speaking of which, I'm going to find me self a DMM before wensday... No way am I pencil moding without one.....

NO ONE VMOD WITHOUT A DMM
, EVER!
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