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Graphics Cards
How-To: Gainward 7600GS PCI-e Voltage Mod
Graphics Cards
Written by phatic   
Friday, 01 September 2006 18:43
If you own a Gainward 7600GS, and would like to squeeze some extra performance out of this mid-range card, then look no further. This article will show you everything needed to achieve some very impressive clock speeds, for quite a small cost.

Basically, this involves soldering two potentiometers (variable resistors) onto the card, which allows the GPU and memory voltages to be adjusted. This will allow much higher clock speeds to be attained. But, since more volts = more heat, a cooling upgrade is required to get the most out of this mod, as heat will quickly become a limitation. This article will therefore also include a DIY cooling mod, that costs about 1/4 of the price of a new VGA cooler.

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