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Created On: 08/16/2006 02:38 PM
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 08/16/2006 02:38 PM
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Rajesh Pandey
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Well I have an
AMD 3500+
ASUs A8NVM
512*2 mb ram dual mode
XFX 7300GT 512mb DDR2
160gb+40gb hdd

now my prob is tat i have overclocked my 7300GT but as u know DDR2 memory version of 7300GT is not so gud.But my core has the potenial to go 100 mhz more.I want to know how to do voltmodding.Plz tell me a gud software to do it

I have overclocked my 7300GT core to 399mhz and the memory to 419mhz

Plz Help me
 08/16/2006 02:39 PM
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elite_athlon
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Volt modding cannot be done though software, you would need to solder things. No easy task.

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 08/16/2006 02:40 PM
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technic58
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Voltmodding is a physical modification to the card, there is no software that does this. On some cards like ATI's higher end X1K series it's possible to adjust the voltage with a program, but on cards like that you would need to do a physical modification. Also, this assumes it's possible...it usually is, but not always.

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 08/16/2006 03:12 PM
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Zozio
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What they said above. If you're still interested I'd probably google 7600gt volt mod or something like that. As you may or may not know the 7300gt and 7600gt are based upon the same chip (however the 7300gt has lower clocks, ddr2, and 4 of the 12 pipelines blocked off [leaving 8 pipelines]). The 7600gt is a much more popular chip than the 7300gt however, and has been out longer so you'd have better luck searching 7600gt instead of 7300gt.

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