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Old 01-03-2013, 02:59 AM
eddieg eddieg is offline
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^ true, true

Hey Tin, thanks for the mod and help. Seems to have smoothed out my whole 680 classy benching.Used to have lots of freeze and red/white screens(reboots) Although I had to find from old hardware I came up with 1x 5R1 and a 4.6ohm. On that 12v power leg I did the old pencil mod type thing but with silver solder to get some more trace ohm resist. works great and I'm very happy. My first test was at 1486 boost and good smooth line in precisionX.
You guys gotta try the new bench "Catzilla"(Allbenchmark). the one Massman was talking about. physics and fur and other good testing. My score went to#3 as this writing,lol. 3770k @4.7 no less!!
Anyway, thank you for your hard work and knowledge. now I can save half a Dewar at least

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Old 03-25-2013, 09:01 PM
Mack4033 Mack4033 is offline
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Ok guys, I have 2 GTX 680 Classified,evbot and hydro cooper blocks.
I have a modded LN2 Bios that locks my at 1.21v with out evbot 1320-1335 I need a LN2 bios to get to 1400 @ may be 1.24 volts. Can any one help
I am water cooled
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Old 03-30-2013, 03:58 AM
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You don't need any special BIOS to adjust voltage by EVBOT..

For power limits you can do HW mod described in all details:

Or get BIOS editor (google kepler BIOS editor, there are some tools around) and try on your own risk (I did not tried that myself).
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