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May 07, 2015, 04:09:43 AM
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I would love to tweak the firmware for these cards.  Most of mine have 1.4.2.  One has 1.4.3.

First thing to do is remove that pesky voltage cap of 630mv! Seems these things prefer the voltage just a bit higher, maybe 650mv.

I fear that with all that is going on with that company we may never see it released.  Unless someone can pull it off of one. Wink
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May 07, 2015, 04:41:29 AM
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BFL is known for their helping with bitcoin community,..... ok i could not even make it any further without laughing.

I highly doubt BFL does anything to help the community.   I expect them to be dodging lawsuits for years to come.
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May 07, 2015, 04:58:21 AM
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BFL is known for their helping with bitcoin community,..... ok i could not even make it any further without laughing.

I highly doubt BFL does anything to help the community.   I expect them to be dodging lawsuits for years to come.

Sadly, this I know.  Still I would like to see what these cards can do with just the right voltage/frequency combo.
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May 07, 2015, 05:11:59 AM
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BFL is known for their helping with bitcoin community,..... ok i could not even make it any further without laughing.

I highly doubt BFL does anything to help the community.   I expect them to be dodging lawsuits for years to come.

Sadly, this I know.  Still I would like to see what these cards can do with just the right voltage/frequency combo.

Scour the old threads here in Hardware for people that propped up the Monarch trouble shooting thread that can help you.

Lightfoot was there #1 support guy here in Bitcointalk. He would be able to get you what you need I suspect.

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May 07, 2015, 03:20:07 PM
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I have read through almost all of his posts.  It is my understanding that the firmware is "read locked" so it cannot be pulled from a working unit.

Maybe someone will post the studio project on Github so I can "tweak" it like I did my singles.  I would just like to have access to the voltages between

630mv and 690mv.
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