The "PE" suffix in the MSIU R7850PE stands for "Power Edition". I actually called MSI's chief designer of the MSI GPUs, (can't remember his name because it was several months ago), and I flat out asked him which card was the better one if I want to OC the thing; the Twin Frozer or the PE?
He clearly stated the Power Edition is the card that's meant to take higher clock speeds because it was built with materials that handle higher voltages and temperatures. In fact, it was easy to here how excited he was about it and went on to say that the clock speeds have already beaten a number of 79xx's.
That's straight from the sources mouth and so that's the one I bought, (PE). But as far as the voltage is concerned, I did say that the highest I was ever able to go with the voltages was 1.21 but it's because the OC program, (Tweak, Trixx, Afterburner, etc), wouldn't let me go higher. The card itself can take some pretty high voltages so I'm not sure what your point is.But what I really need to know is why is there this big warning about not running any CCC version above 12.8?
I see you listed that you're running 13.2 Beta but is anyone else doing that? I just don't want to have problems I don't need so I'm trying to find out why that warning was placed on the home page? If it's not true, then why is it still there?
Anyone care to field that?