Buying two 6950's. how do i know if they are unlockable?

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Jaguar has a point-the reference design 6950's dried up a while ago. There are a certain number of non-reference cards that it MIGHT be possible to mod, but no guarantees. I've heard the msi TFIII is able to unlock. There are a couple of other cards as well. Here's one that might:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102951

Of course all these are out of stock currently at newegg. Which means you'll be lucky if you find one that unlocks.

What you want to look for is cards that have a dual BIOS option. This way you won't brick your card if you mod one BIOS and it doesn't work...


Jaguar has a point-the reference design 6950's dried up a while ago. There are a certain number of non-reference cards that it MIGHT be possible to mod, but no guarantees. I've heard the msi TFIII is able to unlock. There are a couple of other cards as well. Here's one that might:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102951

Of course all these are out of stock currently at newegg. Which means you'll be lucky if you find one that unlocks.

What you want to look for is cards that have a dual BIOS option. This way you won't brick your card if you mod one BIOS and it doesn't work.
Good luck, I hope you find one that works.
 
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