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    Master of past & present Shamino's Avatar
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    XpertVision 7600GT Sonic Voltage Mods

    The XpertVision 7600GT Sonic we reviewed just a short while ago is one of the most unique 7600GT in ther market, not just because of it's higher than reference clock speeds, but more so because it is one of the very few 7600GT not based on a reference PCB design. Since it uses a different layout, our voltage modification guide based on the reference design we published a while ago will not apply for this card. However, modifying this card is as easy as a pencil job...



    http://sg.vr-zone.com/?i=3592

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    hi Shamino,any idea for this one(vmod).not reference PCB design also.


    http://www.leadtek.com.tw/eng/3d_gra...0gt2_tdh_2.jpg

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    excellent work shamino! thanks again!

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    need to see the back... close ups, codes... and more!

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    done..
    Last edited by xiuxiu; May 9th, 06 at 11:17 AM.

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    please shamino help us , i have the same board and it does not look like any other PCB (

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    gimme the code markings on these

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    ghost_one
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    i can't see the picture

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    ghost_one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino


    gimme the code markings on these
    the big one is :
    RT9259A
    PS7ME08

    and the smaller one :
    RT9214
    PS8AA11

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    big one for vgpu small one for vmem
    but big one is too new no datasheet to see yet




    any resistors marked in direct connection with the chip leg? if not then maybe have to mod from front

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamino
    big one for vgpu small one for vmem
    but big one is too new no datasheet to see yet




    any resistors marked in direct connection with the chip leg? if not then maybe have to mod from front
    HWZ have a review:

    http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles...?cid=3&id=1892

    maybe vr-zone make one Vmod also?