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Originally Posted by ConsciousInsanity;14330769 
How do you do a volt mod, is that in bios?
You can flash the bios to allow higher max voltage. You can either d/l one already edited or do it yourself. My card has a hard mod done to it, with a vr to manually adjust voltage.
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I ran into a problem. Whenever I up the voltage to 1.062 it works fine but if I go one level higher to 1.075 or 1.87 the voltage drops back down to .912 (or so) I havent read about anything like this happening on afterburner but ill trya lil harder. Has anyone heard of this?

That usually happens when the card drops to 2d clocks.
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You can flash the bios to allow higher max voltage. You can either d/l one already edited or do it yourself. My card has a hard mod done to it, with a vr to manually adjust voltage.



That usually happens when the card drops to 2d clocks.
1: That sounds like a good idea do you recommend an already editied bios?

2: What's a 2d clock?
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You can try to find one, i'm sure there are some available, although it's not difficult to do yourself.

2D clocks is what the card runs at when it's not doing anything. It doesn't always run at the speed you have it set to. It will drop clocks and voltage to conserve energy. When you put a load on it, then they go back up.
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Hi I have a problem. One of my PC's has a GTX 460 in it, and I've tried the bios flash to allow 1.21v of voltage. Nibitor reports that this has worked, however, MSI afterburner STILL limits me to 1.087v!!! How come???!!!
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