radeon 9700 vmod is here.... **THE HOW TO**

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  1. janusz

    janusz Abit Staff

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    I dont expect people to go out and do this :) just read and have fun


    k now to overclocking the beast that is the 9700...

    AVG. mhz with stock cooling

    CORE-350
    MEM-710

    AVG.mhz with watercooling

    CORE-400
    MEM- 750

    AVG. mhz with watercooling and volt mod!

    CORE-425
    MEM-750


    k now to the goods.. i just want to clear those on overclocking the 9700.. its OK!! to do it and you will feel special lol just dont go over 350/700 and you will be fine.

    I wasnt to amazed on telling people how to vmod the 9700 until DJ from MO decided to post it... so i guess DH should get some of the fun
    :D :D :D :D

    The chip is labeled SC1175CSW and use pin # 18

    3300 ohms = 1.7volts from 1.51 default

    for easier install use microclips !

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    thank DJ for the pic

    thats it..i will add more later.. ask anything... ohh with watercooling and this mod i have my 9700 to 430/800 but run it at 400/775 normal use.
     
  2. David

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    nice indeed though i wont be doing it
     
  3. janusz

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    david your prolly doing it right now in the corner with your back turned :rolleyes: :p :p
     
  4. Vaporizer

    Vaporizer WTF

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    What waterblock are you using and what do you watercool the mem with ?
     
  5. janusz

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    im using the danger den GF4 waterblock ....i cut out the holes in the plexi for the 9700 and a 156W pelt on the baby. for the mem i made a custom waterblock...not the best looking thing but its ok
     
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    I want to see your overclocked 9700 score!!
     
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    digitalwanderer Colour Commentator

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    <............!..............>

    [SIZE=xx-large]"I hate you guys!" [/SIZE]
    <in my very best 'Cartman' voice ;) >
     
  8. janusz

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    Re: <............!..............>

    lol
     
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    PeakPerformance,

    That is NOT his score. It belongs to OPPAINTER of XTREMESYSTEMS. If you look up at the top you will see his name and his team! The mod he used will be posted at Xtremesystems by our 3D Team Captain as soon as it is completely tested.
    :D
     
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    Not even close to sound like me.. :p :p

    [SIZE=x-large]Screw you guys..!! I'm going home..[/SIZE]



    [SIZE=xx-small]I'm really really really want one of those 9700's...[/SIZE]
     
  12. ErikaeanLogic

    ErikaeanLogic New Member

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    howdy:)

    I'm a little confused about the particulars of executing this mod. It appears in the photo that the hot end of a VU meter is on pin 18 to apply 3300 ohms, is that correct :duh:? If you could explain in a bit more detail I'd be most appreciative :D. I was hoping for an easy volt mod, like the 8500 pencil trick, but I guess there's more to it this time, eh;)?

    thanks,

    Erik
     
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    Polak potrafi ;o)
     
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