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  1. Dustin Richardson

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    I would like to purchase a eVc v1 to do some Dry Ice extreme overclocking on a 480. I cant seem to purchase one from the site

  2. Reply

    I would like to buy the elmor evc where can I buy this device. Thank you

    Also I have a small YouTube channel and can do a review on the device if it helps you.

    • elmor

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      Hi, eVc 2 is still under development. I’m hoping it will be ready by the end of the year.

    • elmor

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      Sorry it’s not available any more. There’s a new version in development but it’s difficult to give a time frame for when it would be available.

  3. Zac

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    Will there be anymore Debug Led Cards produced in the future? I would love to purchase a few more, I love My Debug Led!!!

    • elmor

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      Yes, that’s the plan! Can’t give you an exact time frame at the moment but I’m glad you like it 🙂 Let me know if you have any feedback on improvements based on how you use it.

  4. Koen

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    Hi Elmor,

    I saw the video from GamersNexus about your EVC2, I am wondering: how exactly does the BIOS flash function work? Can motherboard BIOS chips also be flashed with it? Does it require soldering the BIOS chip on the controller? Thanks for your answer in advance!

    • elmor

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      Hello, it uses the SPI bus for reading/writing to NOR flash parts and works with motherboard BIOS chips. Many motherboards have on-board headers for factory BIOS updates and the EVC2 will be delivered with suitable cables for Asus, Asrock and MSI motherboards.

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