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Old 6th June 2008, 11:16   #71
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perhaps in the tester ^^ because if you take te volt at "borne" the same side of connect DVI you have Xv and on the other borne you've X-0.1v +/-

No body've find for VDDR ?? because VGPU it's sucking ^^
 
Old 6th June 2008, 12:26   #72
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Nothing wrong with my knowledge of electronics and measurements

vDDR (the points marked with blue are ok, 20kOhm VR to ground):
 
Old 6th June 2008, 13:27   #73
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you've test oneyedk's ??

because for me with pencil mod the Volt decrease :/
 
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How did you do the pencilmod?
 
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Reminds me, Blind his card lost one component, you said it was a 2nf cap but how exactly did you measure that? In circuit measurement?
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Reminds me, Blind his card lost one component, you said it was a 2nf cap but how exactly did you measure that? In circuit measurement?
Yeps... I know, not the best method, but it's consistent with the reference design schematics...
 
Old 6th June 2008, 17:07   #77
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i pencil the R12... The resistance at 700ohm but the volt decrease :/
 
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Yeps... I know, not the best method, but it's consistent with the reference design schematics...
Well, I had a lot of troubles booting the card with such cap soldered onto it, no problemo when I took it back off. Ow, in case you found the voltmod, there are 3 RC circuits right next to the RT8802, these are probable used for sensing current and the over-current protection. I believe I have one of the three pairs removed on Blinds card, doesn't matter if it was there or not (for normal function)

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i pencil the R12... The resistance at 700ohm but the volt decrease :/
then try to pencil the resistor which is connected between R12 and ground
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Old 7th June 2008, 13:38   #79
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at the out of R12 i've 18ohm... And the circuit stop a few far without R on the way :/

Someone have an operationnel VDDR mod ?? or its just in theory ??

in gpu i've the same score of MassMan but on Memory i'm far

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now i got a vmodded card , problem passing 1.3vgpu on 3d and it jumps to 1.8+ to 1.9vgpu !!!!
anyone can find out why the hell its doing this ???
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