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Since the new version of MSi Afterburner allows for core, memory and aux voltage adjustments, I'm totally confused as to how to overvolt for more OCing power.

In the previous version, I had my core voltage set to 1.1v and my clocks were stable. I set the core voltage back to 1.1v in the new one, and though the clocks are still stable, I was wondering if there is a better way to partition voltage into my card with these new functions (less overall voltage, same voltage to the part of the card I want overvolted).

I haven't seen anything about the new voltage functions and how they work, so I was hoping someone could shed some light on this issue for me and any other owners of this particular card.

Thank you in advance!
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