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How can I go about enabling memory + auxiliary voltage control in MSI AB 2.2.3?
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How can I go about enabling memory + auxiliary voltage control in MSI AB 2.2.3?

do you have core voltage control, but not the others? click the arrow thing on the far right of the core voltage slider and it will slide open voltage options for the other two
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How can I go about enabling memory + auxiliary voltage control in MSI AB 2.2.3?

do you have core voltage control, but not the others? click the arrow thing on the far right of the core voltage slider and it will slide open voltage options for the other two
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price is back up to 609$ shipped instead of 570 that extra 39$ has me holding off ughhh why do they do this 1 day deal migiht as well leave it at that price newegg hell im gonna buy one and complain they mislead us about voltage and ask for that 50$ credit back!
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do you have core voltage control, but not the others? click the arrow thing on the far right of the core voltage slider and it will slide open voltage options for the other two
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Is there a way to edit default clocks via bios flash? I'd love to boot at 1300 core and 6600 memory if possible. From there if I need any extra, I could just adjust the sliders and clocks in AB. NBiTor doesn't seem to support Kepler yet.
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Well I tested my bottom card by itself for the first time since this edit. Tried the non-LN2 BIOS for the first time as well, just to see what it'd do, and it sucks. Passed 3dMark11 at 1340mhz only because it was throttling big-time, at around 1270mhz most of the test, even though "Prefer Max Performance" was enabled, the Power % was not even close to 133%, and core temp stayed under 60C and VRM temp at 50C. Never using that BIOS again, ha. Going for a suicide run on the LN2 BIOS now, going to see if this card hates more than +100mv just like my other one jealoussmiley.gif
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Well I tested my bottom card by itself for the first time since this edit. Tried the non-LN2 BIOS for the first time as well, just to see what it'd do, and it sucks. Passed 3dMark11 at 1340mhz only because it was throttling big-time, at around 1270mhz most of the test, even though "Prefer Max Performance" was enabled, the Power % was not even close to 133%, and core temp stayed under 60C and VRM temp at 50C. Never using that BIOS again, ha. Going for a suicide run on the LN2 BIOS now, going to see if this card hates more than +100mv just like my other one jealoussmiley.gif


The non LN2 BIOS actually works pretty good for OC'ing (for me at least) you just can't max out overvoltage. If you keep it within 100mV on core (and nothing else) it should be fine. There's a tendency for people to max out voltage when doing this stuff (including memory, aux, etc), but that is definitely not the best approach (IMO) it usually causes a lot of secondary issues if you go too high. When I go to 1402mhz on my cards, I get that with +100mV --- if I add more voltage on top of that or max out aux, memory, etc, My temps just go 10C higher with no benefit except crashing whereas it doesn't if I don't max out...(need to try it on water)

Of course, you could just be at a wall and that sucks if so frown.gif
Edited by xoleras - 7/30/12 at 3:30pm
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