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I actually ran my card at 1.52v for a very short period of time, enough to see green artifacts all over my screen at 1400mhz. 1350mhz ran fine at that voltage though! I'm darn pissed that I can't even break 1400 with ridiculous voltage on one card, whereas others have gotten 1411 on 1.26v or something. And angry people do crazy stuff I guess biggrin.gif
EDIT: @DPH: In artmoney, the green arrow brings all addresses from the left side to the right side. From there, just double click the value of the 00449000 address, type in new value, and press enter. after that, go to msi afterburner and change something else like fan speed, and press apply. worked for me.

Yeah when I select Afterburner it says I need the Pro Edition of ArtMoney, so I exit that pop-up and there's nothing listed on the left column for the arrow to bring over
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Do you have java runtime? This should do it.

Worse comes to worst, use ArtMoney.

EDIT: @DPH screenshot? I haven't encountered that problem before. ArtMoney has been very obedient around me.
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Do you have java runtime? This should do it.
Worse comes to worst, use ArtMoney.

I'm reinstalling it. But yeah I been using ArtMoney, same version as you. And I get the "BuyArtMoney Pro" popup when I select Afterburner as the process. Then when I close the ArtMoney Pro pop-up, Afterburner is in the drop-down menu, but there's nothing listed to the left or right of the arrows.
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I'm reinstalling it. But yeah I been using ArtMoney, same version as you. And I get the "BuyArtMoney Pro" popup when I select Afterburner as the process. Then when I close the ArtMoney Pro pop-up, Afterburner is in the drop-down menu, but there's nothing listed to the left or right of the arrows.

lol! man, you have to do a search! above the "select process" dropdown, theres a "search" button at top left. search for an exact value, type integer (standard).
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lol! man, you have to do a search! above the "select process" dropdown, theres a "search" button at top left. search for an exact value, type integer (standard).

I have the same issue. "Process Not Found" when I hit search.
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ive got it now, using artmoney

no matter how many times i change and re-filter, the 4 addresses im always left with are:

00449000
00449004
0044F5B0
01D600A0

ill just change the value of the first one biggrin.gif
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lol! man, you have to do a search! above the "select process" dropdown, theres a "search" button at top left. search for an exact value, type integer (standard).



Thats what happens when I click Search. Cant do anything with it
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after i change the value to 150, for example, then goback to AB and key in whatever and hit apply it just sets the voltage at that.. not the 150. then the 150 automatically changes back to whatever normal setting is in AB
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i got it, you have to go to "Edit" then "edit selected" then type in the address and value and check the box that says "freeze" and it keeps it there
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its sooo easy guys





ArtMoney is really easy to use.. dont panic, look at the options and the way the app is set up and youll figure it out. were all supposed to be smart computer guys... its easy once you calm down and concentrate on what youre trying to do biggrin.gif
Edited by michaelrw - 7/29/12 at 6:41am
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