Sapphire's Redline homemade patch

Discussion in '3D Hardware, Software & Output Devices' started by Richard, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. Richard

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    Thought someone here might find this useful:

    He disassembled the tool and provides instructions on how to fix it with Visual Studio and an Hex editor.
     
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    So this (hack/patch) makes Redline usable in Windows 64 bit ? Now just need to find the application itself..

    edit: ahh haa .. http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/downloads/download_index_01.aspx?psn=0006

    edit2: Hmm opened up the Sapphire Overvolt program from page above (SAPPHIRE_Redline_Overvolt_Utility_V1_633959667574401665.1.zip) and the directed address ($218) is already 03 (instead of 01).
     
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