ASUS EN7900GT Need Help in Aquamark3 and V-mod

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Kill4L, Aug 11, 2006.

  1. Kill4L

    Kill4L Master Guru

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    hi... i've tested my new graphic card with aquamark 3.. and it's score is only 65062 & gfx 10616.. i've seen on the internet that it shold score above 80000
    .. i'm using this spec.
    M.B. Asus A8N-E
    Ram : 2 G.b.
    Cpu : AMD64 3800 X2
    power suplly 500 Watt
    and i need to know where i can find a V-mod biosto download. or who i can do the v-mod to this card.. my last card was XXX 6800 GS.. i v-mod it. but this one i used NiBiTor.v2.9a and there is only 1.2 v . i've added from Votage table editor.. and the 1.4 is displayed. i reflashed my card and there is no change,, i'm runing it at this time without v-mod @ 586/1680... :eyes:
    plz help me..
     
  2. nforced4good

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    did you set all driver settings to default.?

    also, cpu score also counts for the final score
     
  3. Kill4L

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    yes.. i set the driver settings to default.
    i think my CPU is good enough?!!!?
     
  4. nforced4good

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    have you installed the AMD cpu driver?

    also try disabling cool and quiet, sometimes it makes the cpu throttle back... can cause performance loss
     

  5. Kill4L

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    i've installed AMD Cpu driver.. and cool and quiet is disabled. any thing about V-mod :cops:
     
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    not really, i don't think you can change the voltage tables on the 7 series
     
  7. Kill4L

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    i read before in other web sites,but i didn't find any details how to achive highier v-mod more than 1.2 V
     
  8. Kill4L

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    any one plz help
     
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    stop double posting, people will post if they know how to do it.
     
  10. Sinacle

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    Your cpu is bottlenecking you because of it's low clockspeed. You'll want something around 2,5 ghz out of it to get a noticeable better score.

    About the V-mod, you have to do a hardmod to do it. Just google for 7900gt voltmod, it's not that hard to find really.

    Personally, I'd buy a VF900, do the V-mod to 1,45V and have something like 660 core speed. But that's just me.
     

  11. mar-one

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    There is another thread that someone posted a link in just a few days ago about volt moding. I have done it my self but I am not at home to post any pics for you.
     
  12. Kill4L

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    please when you have some time plz post some... great thank.
     
  13. Kill4L

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    i have on more thing to ask..
    can any one plz tell me how to find some information about how to change the GPU for more than 586 mhz i have water cooling system .. and my temps around 16-20 c . in 100% . why i can't overclock more than 568.. is there any way except V-mod.. ??
     
  14. TheBoss84

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    Your core cant go past that because it hasnt enough voltage. The only way to get more is voltmodding the card, otherwise youre out of luck. And start ocing that proc if you want to see some high scores. If you have watercooling you can reach 2.8ghz easily. If youre extremely lucky maybe even 3.1ghz.
     
  15. Kill4L

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    i know i ve reached till now 2.8 but mulitypl set to 8.5 not 9 is there any defrence? my mem working now at 217 mhz?? can i still go more?
    and about GPU what is the easyest way to do V-mod plz if any one know tell me...
    thanks a lot
     

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    You're having 4gb ram right? that means you're running the 2t command rate which slows down the system, especially the cpu. AM3 is mostly about the cpu so that decreases your score a lot. You should download cpu-z to verify your memory speed. Half multipliers are not recommended as they sometimes seem to slow down the ram speed at times for some reason.
     
  17. Kill4L

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    ooohhh... i onderstand this point.. thanks.
    now i removed two slots of ram.. and i'm using 1t... it works more faster.. whith 8.5 multiply :)
     

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