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Volt Mod 7900 gtx

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Ive done this without Water or Volt mods same stock cooler and really i cant justify blow the warentee on a brand new card month old

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See Sig.

 

Ive done this without Water or Volt mods same stock cooler and really i cant justify blow the warentee on a brand new card month old

 

 

Very true, its just too risky for others. But it is very satisfying when you can get your card at the speed of a $800 card. I was just browsing around for the top XFX and found this http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/ProductDetai...ductCode=321052 and its at 700/1800.

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See Sig.

 

Ive done this without Water or Volt mods same stock cooler and really i cant justify blow the warentee on a brand new card month old

 

 

that's the difference between the GTX and GT. many of us with GT's are getting those speeds with mods- but the GTX is a different story altogether. I'd be a bit hesitant too if I already had a GTX. but I don't. :P

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I've had my one working GTX up to 705/900 just using coolbits and it didn't really make that much of a difference in the benchies....I'm happy to own two of them.

I just checked out the one at zip zoom fly and I've had my EVGA up to that speed. I paid 539$ for each one of mine at Newegg. One was bad and I'm getting two replacements soon.

Good Luck Guys.

 

Maybe my replacement 7900's from EVGA will be better...Hopefully...

 

--EJM

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I’m just getting a volt mod myself and one thing is there to say! You better got a good cooling! My setup will look like this: GPU cooling: http://www.dangerdenstore.com/product.php?...4&cat=48&page=1 (the Peltier is upgraded to a 190 watt) and the RAM cooling: http://www.alphacool.de/xt/product_info.ph...dd982980b9f978b I intend to run 1.7V-1.8V on Core and 2.3V on the Ram. See how this is going to work out. I think I can easily hit 900MHz on the Core and I hope 2000MHz on the memory! We see! :nod:

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