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|25th January 2009, 13:35||#1|
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Using rivatuner to increase voltage to GPU on NVIDIA GT2xx cards
The news has been spreading like wildfire, Rivatuner has always been able to increase/decrease voltages with GT200 cards and others, but it has been a secret thus far...not anymore. All of my information is based on the information provided by justageek95 in this thread here. All credit goes to him, I am just doing what I do best, explaining in an easy to understand and follow manner. This is for Volterra VT11xx equipped cards and hasn't been confirmed to work with GTX 285s. It should work with other cards who's voltage regulators allow for voltage adjustments through registers. I think the GTX 295 uses the Volterra IC so it should work for them, but don't have on on hand to test. Let's get started with the quick and dirty guide ...
Last edited by jmke : 25th January 2009 at 13:45.
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