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No hard and fast rules, guys! Any memory editor should do! I'm starting to think it was a mistake choosing this one. Hold on a sec, I'll source for a new one and see if I can make a step-by-step guide with screenshots.

Also:

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maybe its a driver issue... what driver are you using Sam? which BIOS version are you using?
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Yeah we need a guide. Having trouble with this memory editor. When I select Afterburner from the drop-down menu it says access denited on the lower left corner of the Editor
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What the
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What the

I was hoping you'd see this biggrin.gif Can't wait to see what your scores will be like by the end of the day

But yeah anyone have a good editor yet? Or a clearer guide with the original one used?
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Hi guys, screenshots in the spoiler. Bandwidth-disadvantaged personnel are not advised to continue.
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This is how I did it.

1) Open afterburner and memory editor

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2) Select MSI Afterburner in "Processes"

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3) Key in 93 (Reference to MSI Afterburner, where my Core Voltage is +93) in "Values start" and "Values end", select "Byte" in value type, and click "Find New"

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4) Move Core Voltage slider in MSI Afterburner down, and select "Decreased" in memory editor

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5) Press "Filter". Your results should have been narrowed down to just a handful of addresses.

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6) Repeat steps 4 and 5, until you get just over 2 results. Notice how addresses 00449000 and 0044F5B0 both show "52 <-- 69" next to them, this is due to their previous value being 69, and their current value being 52.

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7) Double click the first address, 00449000 (This address may vary from system to system, I'm still trying to find out if it does)

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8) Key in your desired value in "Value"

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9) Press "Write"

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10) Press "Hold"

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11) In MSI Afterburner, go to "Core Voltage" and key in any value you wish.

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12) Press enter in your keyboard, then click "Apply"

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13) Voila, your "Core Voltage" should indicate your desired voltage offset.

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Good luck!
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I dunno man, i'm scared of 1.4V+ until I get on water. I think i'll pass redface.gif
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Dude, is it wise to post this out in the open? There are lots of lurkers / newbies that aren't registered and I can definitely see someone causing harm with this..

IMHO....not the best stuff to have out in the open....just IMHO though redface.gif (or am I being an overclock sissy? What do you guys think wink.gif))

Thanks for trying to be helpful though, I can respect that thumb.gif
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harm... to their own cards! and warranties!

Well I didn't want to, but I keep running out of PMs, and I keep getting them.
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Hi guys, screenshots in the spoiler. Bandwidth-disadvantaged personnel are not advised to continue.

I've used hex editors, but would not have thought to use one to change voltages on my graphics card. Does the card actually get that voltage or just read it?
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