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Old 05-08-12, 07:08 PM Thread Starter   #1
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OCF Voltmod Database 2.0


Previous database (and where many of the following links came from!) can be found here. Thanks to sno.lcn! That thread has many good pictures of voltmods, I recommend reading through it.

An older database thread with a first post packed with broken links (it is from 2001!) can be found here. The thread itself still has interesting and possibly useful information in it.


This thread is a work in progress.

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This post is a (mostly) direct copy from the previous OCF vmod database thread.
Links have not been checked.
Further mods will be posted as I find them or they are sent to me for posting.
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Graphics cards

ATI

Radeon 8500le / 8500 --> here

Radeon 9000 / 9000pro --> here

Radeon 9200 --> here

Radeon 9600 np --> here

Radeon 9600pro / 9600xt --> here

Radeon 9500pro --> here

Radeon 9550 --> here

Radeon 9500np 256bit / 9700np / 9700pro --> here

Radeon 9800se 128bit --> here

Radeon 9800se 256bit / 9800se aiw --> here

Radeon 9800np / 9800pro --> here

Radeon 9800xt --> here

Radeon x700pro --> here

Radeon x800pro / x800xt --> here

Radeon x800 / x800xl / x850 --> here

HD 3850/3870 (pic) --> http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=166623

HD 4850 --> here

HD 4870 --> here

HD 4870 X2 --> here

HD 5870 / 5970 http://www.kingpincooling.com/forum/...read.php?t=329

HD 6870 http://www.guruht.com/2010/11/how-to...n-hd-6870.html

NVidia

Geforce 2 mx200/mx400 --> here

Geforce2 gts --> here

Geforce2 ti -->

Geforce2 pro -->

Geforce2 ultra -->

Geforce3 --> here

Geforce3 ti200/ Geforce3 ti500 --> here

Geforce4 mx420 -->

Geforce4 mx440 -->

Geforce mx460 --> here

Geforce4 ti4200 --> here

Geforce4 ti4400 / Geforce4 ti4800 / Geforce4 ti4600 --> here

Geforce 5200 -->

Geforce 5200ultra -->

Geforce 5600ultra --> here

Geforce 5700 -->

Geforce 5700ultra --> here

Geforce fx 5800 / Geforce fx5800ultra --> here

Geforce fx 5900le / Geforce fx 5900se / Geforce fx 5900xt --> here

Geforce fx 5900nu / Geforce fx 5900ultra / Geforce fx 5950 --> here

Geforce 6200 pcie --> here

Geforce 6200 agp --> here

Geforce 6600 (non-gt) --> here

Geforce 6600gt agp --> here

Geforce 6800gs --> here

Geforce 6800ultra / Geforce 6800gt -->here

Geforce 6800ultra 512mb pcie --> here

Geforce 7600 GS PCIe --> here

Geforce 7600gt (pic) --> http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/vid...ltmodding.html

Geforce 7800gt --> here

Geforce 7800gtx (pic) --> vcore here

8800GTS: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=123046 (SF3D's is a great guide for the 8800GTS)

8800GS/GT/GTS & 9600GSO G92 voltage mod: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ghlight=8800gt

8800 GS/GT/GTS (G92) --> here

8800 GTX (pic) --> here, Alternate voltage read points here.

8800 GTX OVP Mod -> http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...32#post2487932

GTX 260/280 --> here

GTX285 http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/...g/voltmods/156

GTX470 http://vr-zone.com/articles/nvidia-g...ions/8763.html

GTX480 - BIOS fixes (OCP, Cold Slow, etc...) http://www.overclock.net/graphics-ca...-480-mods.html

Various Other VIdeo Cards

Xabre 200 --> here


All of the volt mod threads here are years out of date so I'm making a new one which I'll keep updated for years to come. This will be for video cards and motherboards, as well as anything else that may be appropriate.

This is a work in progress.

But while I'm working on it, feel free to post up any volt mods you know about or have used recently.


ATI cards up to X800 and NV cards up to 7800GTX and the Xabre 200 are from this thread.

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This post is a (mostly) direct copy from the previous OCF voltmod database.
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Four ought to do it, don't you think?

Something will go here eventually.

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