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You guys post so much I missed that. biggrin.gif Thanks.

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THEY AREN'T ALL LIMITED TO 1350, DEPENDS ON THE SILICON, VOLTAGE & TEMPERATURE. A CARD MAY BE SAFE TO 80°, BUT WILL OVERCLOCK BETTER AT THE SAME VOLTAGE IF KEPT UNDER 50°. IF THE CARD IS RUNNING WARM (STILL SAFE TEMP BUT WARM) MORE VOLTAGE CAN MAKE IT HOTTER & CLOCK EVEN WORSE SOMETIMES

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Michael I still cant figure it out... Could you PM me some more detailed info on how this art money program works, I can edit drivers, I can edit fermi bios np. This is like chinese to me tho frown.gif
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Michael I still cant figure it out... Could you PM me some more detailed info on how this art money program works, I can edit drivers, I can edit fermi bios np. This is like chinese to me tho frown.gif

id rather have the convo out here so everyone can read/benefit

Make sure youre running both AB and AM "As Administrator"
Set AB vcore to +93, hit apply, make sure its still at +93
go to AM, search for integer with value 93; it should give you like several thousand results.
Go back to AB, change vcore to like +50, hit apply, then see what vcore it changes it to (+43 i think)
Go back to AM, filter your previous search. Hit filter, then enter in value 43 (or whatever value is currently displayed in vcore of AB. Hit enter. It should leave you with 4 results.
Add all 4 of them to the right side of AM window by highlighting them and hitting the right-arrow. once theyre over in the other side, you can make changes to them.
Edited by michaelrw - 7/30/12 at 8:11am
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Cool with me. Lets get a full on step by step guide here. Ive got all necessary software. I find MSI afterburner in the process list. Then I'm flat lost on how to find the 4 values, pretty much every step after that lol.
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For those of you with reference GTX 680's there is a bios that allows for 1.21vc, this has helped my Gigabyte 680 windforce increase its max core overclock by 40mhz.

I crash at 1360mhz core in the Heaven Demo after running it a while so I backed it down to 1350mhz core and 600+mem for max overclock/stability. My load temps in Heaven demo with the fan set to 60% is just 55c at 1.21vc with my overclock. thumb.gif
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  • Make sure youre running both AB and AM "As Administrator"
  • Set AB vcore to +93, hit apply, make sure its still at +93
  • go to AM, search for integer with value 93; it should give you like several thousand results.
  • Go back to AB, change vcore to like +50, hit apply, then see what vcore it changes it to (+43 i think)
  • Go back to AM, filter your previous search. Hit filter, then enter in value 43 (or whatever value is currently displayed in vcore of AB. Hit enter. It should leave you with 4 results.
  • Add all 4 of them to the right side of AM window by highlighting them and hitting the right-arrow. once theyre over in the other side, you can make changes to them.
  • you only need to change the one seen in the picture. click on the first one then go to top of window --> edit -->edit address
  • then you can enter in all the info in the 'edit address' window. I gave it a 'description' so its easily identifiable. I entered in a value of 143 (which will give me an offset of +143 in AB). The address should be 00449000. Select 'integer 4 bytes' for "Type". Check the "Freeze" box, then choose "from minimum to maximum" in the adjacent dropdown box. Then enter 143 and 150 into the "minimum" and "maximum" boxes, respectively. This prevents the value from being changed back down to the +93 max of AB.
  • voila!

Edited by michaelrw - 7/30/12 at 8:23am
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already hit a snag, when I set it to +93, it jumps to +100 when I click apply
Must just be a difference between 680 and 670, idk. when I set +93 it jumps to +100, when I set it to +50 and you say it should go to +43, it stays at +50. Oh well. The steps worked none the less just by searching for value 100, then filtering value 50.. smile.gif Im getting there. Now what is the last step to enable these edited values?
Edited by Capwn - 7/30/12 at 8:21am
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Also, I didn't try to find the memory voltage yet, but if anyone wants to do the PLL, Search and Filter the same way with the values being changed before Filtering, and when you're left with 4 results, 00449060 is the PLL address. I'm sure someone has found the memory one by now as well.
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already hit a snag, when I set it to +93, it jumps to +100 when I click apply

That's odd, my max has always been +93 before the edit. Well you don't need to set it to +93, any 2 values will work for the Search and Filter.
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already hit a snag, when I set it to +93, it jumps to +100 when I click apply
Must just be a difference between 680 and 670, idk. when I set +93 it jumps to +100, when I set it to +50 and you say it should go to +43, it stays at +50. Oh well. The steps worked none the less just by searching for value 100, then filtering value 50.. smile.gif Im getting there. Now what is the last step to enable these edited values?

Just change the value in AM and then when you move the fan slider or something to enable the Apply button in AB and then click it, the voltage will shoot to the value you have set in AM
Edited by dph314 - 7/30/12 at 8:25am
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already hit a snag, when I set it to +93, it jumps to +100 when I click apply
Must just be a difference between 680 and 670, idk. when I set +93 it jumps to +100, when I set it to +50 and you say it should go to +43, it stays at +50. Oh well. The steps worked none the less just by searching for value 100, then filtering value 50.. smile.gif Im getting there. Now what is the last step to enable these edited values?

yeah it doesnt matter what values you use, as long as you use two different values and be sure to use whatever values AB gives you AFTER you hit apply (sometimes it stays the same, sometimes AB will change). Youre merely trying to locate a memory address and to do that you are searching for its associated value. So if AB is showing +100, youre searching for a memory address with a value of 100. But when it gives you several thousand results, that doesnt help. so what you do is change the AB value to something else, then go back to your results and see which of the results have changed their value to match the "new" value in AB.. chances are the only memory addresses that will have changed are the ones associated with AB
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Hopefully you'll find a workaround to this DPH, It really does suck that you hit a wall. I almost want to trade cards with you because I don't ever run it full speed, and my GPU1 is a definite golden chip... (I use vsync and do 24/7 cruising at 1300mhz / 0 voltage ). My setup is probably overkill for what I do TBH

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