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V-modding a video card is simply the act of altering the electronics on a video card so as to allow a user to manually adjust the voltage that specific components on the video card receive -- usually the GPU and the video RAM (memory). Doing a v-mod typically consists of soldering a variable resistor (with specific value) to a location on the video card that will allow the voltage on the GPU or memory to be adjusted. This will typically allow for higher stable overclocking (provided proper cooling is used)

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