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Evga GPU Voltage Tuner, post your results

By hellokitty[hk]
Feb 8, 2009
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  1. Evga just released their GPU voltage tuner exclusively for GTX 260, 280, and 295 cards, and now a patch has been released allowing higher (unsafe) voltages and foreign cards (google it).

    So, I thought there should be a thread for people to post their results with overvolting.

    Provide essential information, if you can, some are not too important.
    • Your card, a brand and/or any factory overclocks.
    • Any prior overvolting via hardworking or BIOS.
    • Stable clock speeds prior to overvolting.
    • Stable clock speeds after overvolting.
    • Amount of overvolting (ex 17mw -> 170mw).
    • Temperatures from a reliable source (I hear GPU-z is good, Evga Precision seems concurrent).
    • Graphics card and case cooling (ex. Stock fan at 70% fan speed and one 120mm HDD fan with 12cfm).
    • Method for testing stability (I just run the Crysis Benchmark GPU demo for a while).
    • Driver version, for simplicity and convenience you can just say latest if thats what you have.
    • Motherboard, if that matters (I don't really know).
    • Any other relent data.
    • If your card still works...2v can be fatal!
    Stay safe, don't push your voltage too far, the patch removes the safety limitations Evga put on, if you have any recommendations or other comments, post those too.
  2. hellokitty[hk]

    hellokitty[hk] Hello, nice to meet you! Topic Starter Posts: 4,367   +125

    I will post my own results as soon as i have time...
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