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Thread: Evga Untouchables Rev0.1 testing on GTX285 + other vga's

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    Evga Untouchables Rev0.1 testing on GTX285 + other vga's

    I tested last weekend a Untouchables Rev0.1 10+3Phase mounted on a Evga GTX285 for the GPU.

    first i tested it on Dice, to see how it reacts etc...
    And must say :

    Evga, DAMN SWEET JOB that you made this thing.

    Next runs will be on LN² and hopefully take good places with the gtx285 on hwbot.

    first some pics of the vga then some pics and links of the first test runs :

    De Evga Untouchables Rev0.1 :





    The card with Untouchable :













    The scores on hwbot :

    3dmark01 17th place http://hwbot.org/submission/2214107_

    3dmark03 12th place http://hwbot.org/submission/2214120_

    3Dmark05 7th place http://hwbot.org/submission/2214122_

    3Dmark06 13th place http://hwbot.org/submission/2214123_

    3Dmark vantage 11th place http://hwbot.org/submission/2214119_

    Aquamark 6th place http://hwbot.org/submission/2214118_


    Really need some ln² in the house for really bench this card with Untouchable.
    This is pure workmanship on highest level this Untouchables !!!!

    Keep it going with top hardware Evga !!

    GTX285 + Untouchables prepped for ln² time.





    GTX285 + Untouchables on LN² +1000Mhz core :

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DM3eqLeSydM

    Aquamark 6de place : http://hwbot.org/submission/2218502_
    3Dmark03 10de place : http://hwbot.org/submission/2218500_
    3Dmark05 7de place : http://hwbot.org/submission/2218496_
    3Dmark06 9de place : http://hwbot.org/submission/2218474_
    3Dmark Vantage 5de place : http://hwbot.org/submission/2218499_

    i was on max of vga, benching at -180°C @ 1.6vGPU, 1.61vGPU didn't run or 1Mhz higher.

    now sacrifice other vga, it's a Evga Untouchables VRM.
    They will be soon retail (Rev0.2 i think?)





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    looking real good chiller, are these available retail yet?
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    man that reminds me of the old days

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    they are not retail yet, but should be one of these days
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    so, what were the before and after clocks on each?

    Would be nice to see video card PCB's built with this in mind so you could plug it in as an extra VRM without modification
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    that is one huge abortion. i mean sweet clcoks, but holy-mother-of-god that thing is impractical. lemme guess, it'll be $129 when its released too.

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    i would expect a little bit more with the component layout on that little gem of a PCB..

    Nice work chiller
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    Very nice work Chiller. And +1 for more info on before and after clocks.

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    thanks guys
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    EPower now is available for overclockers.

    http://www.evga.com/products/moreInf...0Hardware&sw=4

    Most benefit will be on low-end/middle-end and dual-GPU cards, which always limited on power, or motherboards (for example 775 boards for cedarmill OC)
    GTX 590 which I overclocked with only 1.2V using two EPower's was able to hit more than 1000mhz w/o hassle.
    On old cards like G92, G71, G80 using UT can get from 50-100 to 200+ MHz, depends on conditions and GPU.

    Of course, using this is straight way to kill your mobo/gpu warranty, so only for advanced users. Using is simple, just basic soldering and basic PWM controller function idea is need, no need to have PhD to use these
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    hey tin i have a suggestions, instead of making the user have to use the EVBot why not just put on a trimmer for VGPU and VMEM and then pads and connector for a DMM? Is that not more practical than having to use EVBot?

    but the product looks good glad, you made it finally retail!

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    Nice, more results and extreme overclocking with this uber toy !

    way to go Evga !
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    Quote Originally Posted by sin0822 View Post
    hey tin i have a suggestions, instead of making the user have to use the EVBot why not just put on a trimmer for VGPU and VMEM and then pads and connector for a DMM? Is that not more practical than having to use EVBot?

    but the product looks good glad, you made it finally retail!
    But EVGA wants to sell some EVBots too

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    Quote Originally Posted by quake6 View Post
    But EVGA wants to sell some EVBots too


    You want to be able to control VID rather than ANY ill-thought FB mod (trimmers), the EVbot is kinda handy for that.
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    not only voltages are controllable, but also PWM till 1000Khz, and that you CAN'T do with a trimmer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chillerzero View Post
    not only voltages are controllable, but also PWM till 1000Khz, and that you CAN'T do with a trimmer.
    Yes you can

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    I know this is meant for a graphics card, but I wonder how well it would work for CPU power?
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    on a mobo it goes to, without any problem.

    Controlling PWM by trimmer????
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    CHILLA!!!
    nice guide bro

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    JacobEVGA on OCn stated that they will have a guide to use trimmer instead of EVBot.

    IDk i personally like trimmers for voltage control, but that is only if i have a DMM hooked up at the same time. I feel like its more hands on, which I like. Much easier than using software and comparable to a control OC panel like EVBot.

    Also Switching Frequency on the Volterra is controlled by resistance on pins? or is it programmed? I know on intersil PWMs they use a certain amount of resistance on a certain pin, might be like this on the volterra. On Chil i think its a user selectable register.
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    Switching frequency on Volterra VT1156 e.g. is controlled by resistance on R_FREQ pin, but I don't know if it's the same for newer controllers.
    I just stopped at HD4890 level, lol. Newest card I have is GTS450, won in a competition.
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    On the Volterra VT1165(i think you meant 1165) R_FREQ (Pin 27)

    This is for the VT1165:


    IDK if this thing uses the 1165, and i don't know how many would want to solder a wire to a tiny pin, but you would need someone like Tin who knows the PWM layout to comment further. I see no reason tho that the switching frequency can't be controlled manually as well.

    BTW these were posted on OCN on how to mod this VRM to manually select voltages for main and secondary outputs:
    http://www.overclock.net/t/1205435/b...#post_16306271

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    Yes, 1165. Made a typo.
    Thanks for the link to the mods. I couldn't find myself a good picture showing the numbers on the controllers used.
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    Quote from Jacob Evga :

    Here are the details
    VCORE:

    VDIMM:
    ....
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    10 ohm trimmer? I'd want a HIGH quality part for something so fine.
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    Not sure i totally follow anything you said, but regardless of that you helped me come up with a very good idea....
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