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Alternatives to Trixx for changing voltage

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Ok so nearly every program I've tried cannot change voltage except Trixx. But as of late Trixx has been giving me unresolvable problems and I need to know if there are any other approaches to changing voltage on non-reference cards.

I have flashed BIOS before with the voltage I want but it doesn't to go 3D clocks.
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MSI Afterburner..
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Originally Posted by LethalRise750;14312574 
MSI Afterburner..

Doesn't work with my non-reference cards
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Doesn't work with my non-reference cards

Then nothing.
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Riva Tuner I suppose, which is what AB is based off, though I don't know if that will work either and it's no where near as simple or straight forward as AB.

Maybe tell us what your problems with Trixx are, someone might have a solution.
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Doesn't work with my non-reference cards

Have you tried modding the .CFG file to allow for unofficial overclocking and clicked on the box allowing for voltage control?
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Originally Posted by eggs2see;14312740 
Riva Tuner I suppose, which is what AB is based off, though I don't know if that will work either and it's no where near as simple or straight forward as AB.

Maybe tell us what your problems with Trixx are, someone might have a solution.

I guess it's worth a try.

Trixx doesn't let me change voltage anymore.

Anymore in the sense that it worked a few days ago and it suddenly stopped working.
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Wooo I have found an operational command line-based alternative.

It's not free though, it costs 0.2 "dollars" which currently is worth almost $3 USD.
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its called...

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