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Modifying your GeForce4 Ti 4600 - Modifying your GeForce4 Ti 4600
Wed, December 18 2002 | 6:33PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"I used an old heatsink for lapping the GPU core. After a couple minutes you'll notice why you had that problem overclocking your GPU core. These GF-4 cores are seriously out of whack as far as being even semi flat. I lapped the core using 600 grit in a figure "8" motion for close to 30 minutes. My buddy finally told me to stop as I was really digging a bit too far into the GPU core. It still wasn't perfectly level but it was much better than how it came from the factory."
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