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Old 10-20-2005, 04:33 AM   #11
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Default Re: weird problem with my crappy gpu

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I'd be careful with the voltage mod If it has protecton, it might not take to it kindly.
I'd probably also start to over heat or just die if you tried to mod it with a new Flash too.

Next time, dont choose ASUS

actually those 2 things are the same , u need to make a new/edit an old bios so that it has higher voltage, and then flash the edited bios to the card. Ofcourse I will try to be as careful as I can.

yeah, better not take asus. Though I have been extremely happy with my card, it was cheap, (bought it like a year ago, cost something like 120) and it has performed great. I can run doom3 on max graphics (no aa) with 1024x768 without any lag. It's fine in singleplayer, but I would need better fps if I was to play multiplayer. But this oc thing is pissing me off.

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Old 10-20-2005, 04:57 AM   #12
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Default Re: weird problem with my crappy gpu

You'll find with most cards, your only able to increase the framerate by about 5-10 fps anyway, which isn't that great for real game use unless your really getting choppy rates.

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