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Old 08-25-2015, 02:33 AM
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Increasing the stock voltage on H2O don't help at all with the OCX bios.

I bit my Titan X result with 1000+ marks, I am satisfied for now.
This v-card is definitely for LN2 and air gamers... my 1c opinion
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Old 08-25-2015, 03:42 AM
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Wicked man!
That was the challenge on this one. How to make a bad ass full blown Ln2 card that can break records without ANY modding at all, but also be the best daily 980 Ti gamer too. Basically a street legal drag card haha.
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Old 08-25-2015, 04:33 AM
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Wicked man!
That was the challenge on this one. How to make a bad ass full blown Ln2 card that can break records without ANY modding at all, but also be the best daily 980 Ti gamer too. Basically a street legal drag card haha.
check your pm slinky.
That's not fanny Vince, I call my self in hwbot Team H2O vs. LN2
BTW for extra 1,000 marks in FS usually I need to add another v-card.
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Old 08-25-2015, 02:02 PM
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I hope this doesnt sound like a dumb question

I want to try the pcb heater. In the photo, the short spot in the lower right corner has 3 pads. What's the best way to short that, with a little copper square covering all 3 at once or kinda in series with solder.

I just want to be really careful, I love my card and dont want to make a stupid mistake. do you guys like benching with it on, I never tried one.
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Old 08-25-2015, 04:04 PM
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Increasing the stock voltage on H2O don't help at all with the OCX bios.

I bit my Titan X result with 1000+ marks, I am satisfied for now.
This v-card is definitely for LN2 and air gamers... my 1c opinion

Very Nice!
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Old 08-25-2015, 04:09 PM
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Just bridge them in series with solder. Once they're all soldered together they effectively become the same point.
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Old 08-26-2015, 11:31 AM
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To bridge points I usually cut a small piece of copper and solder it on.. very easy to bridge then pull off.

If you use the uart you can tell and control whether the heater comes on.. you can turn it off on... see when it kicks in... at -5.. Works nicely..
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Just bridge them in series with solder. Once they're all soldered together they effectively become the same point.
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To bridge points I usually cut a small piece of copper and solder it on.. very easy to bridge then pull off.

If you use the uart you can tell and control whether the heater comes on.. you can turn it off on... see when it kicks in... at -5.. Works nicely..
cool, thanks guys, I just figured it couldnt hurt to ask, definitely dont want to damage my card. Ive only usually shorted 2 points at once so I just wanted to make sure. I have so many little tin'd copper pieces, I like using them.
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Old 08-26-2015, 09:31 PM
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cool, thanks guys, I just figured it couldnt hurt to ask, definitely dont want to damage my card. Ive only usually shorted 2 points at once so I just wanted to make sure. I have so many little tin'd copper pieces, I like using them.
Try without the heater first Strong. Some cards do better without, these are the ones that are natural good Ln2 cards. They can go cold with no mem issues. Heater can help lemon cards that lose alot of mhz on memory cold. These are rare, but still can happen so we equipped the card with the heater. Some cards benefit form it, others dont. It's there if you need it
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Old 08-26-2015, 09:32 PM
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That's just enable signal, you can just put a solder blob there and it would be fine. Two pins already shorted by trace on board there.

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