How to Modify FPGA Voltage (VCC)

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Disclaimer!

To run some bitstream or to optimize your FPGA mining performance, it requires you to modify the FPGA's voltage. This guide is for BTU9P, ECU200 and VCU1525. Be careful when changing the voltage, you may change settings that inadvertantly allow your hardware to be damaged. It's not recommended to use the DC1613A Adapter with the BCU1525.

If you are uncertain about your hardware and it's limitations, feel free to contact support@fpga.guide

  1. If you have BCU1525, you can modify its voltage with NextJtag.
  2. If you have BTU9P, VCU1525, or ECU200, you can modify their voltage with Modded DC1613A.

Where to Buy Modded DC1613A?

Store LinkPriceShipping Date
πŸ›’ FPGA Guide Shop$129 USDSold Out

Notes:

"DO NOT USE THE DC1613A ADAPTER WITH YOUR BCU. YOU MAY CHANGE SETTINGS THAT INADVERTANTLY ALLOW YOUR HARDWARE TO BE DAMAGED -- THE BCU BMC IS CONTROLLED FROM SOFTWARE" -senseless

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