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I thought artmoney just modifies programs running in memory? Therefore, AB should be fine after a reboot.
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I thought artmoney just modifies programs running in memory? Therefore, AB should be fine after a reboot.

You would think so right? But I can confirm that it does infact mess with hardware level coding.

Once I set the custom offset in art money I saw the V ACTUAL shoot to 1.67v so I shut the system down immediately. Once I powered the system back on (before post) the v actual was still 1.6 once in windows at desktop it throttles down to 1.4v. The code line in art money shows some ridiculous number. Around 450000~. Changing this to 0 or any number has no effect. The load voltage is over 1.6v

I'm not sure of the "fry the chip" voltage redline but I got Money on if the card sees any load it will cook.

Any voltage adjustment in afterburner has zero effect.

I'm open to any crazy ideas guys. As it sits I got a bomb strapped to the core so I'm up for anything at this point.
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Tried a complete uninstall of AB (including delete saved settings) & reinstall? Maybe uninstall artmoney first as well.
    
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Glad I never fooled with that hex edit stuff.
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well catastrophe avoided. afterburner was totally corrupted. if you ever have to hard shut down your pc keep in mind that can corrupt afterburner. delted AB and problem resloved.

time to get drunk... see ya on the field.thumb.gif
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well catastrophe avoided. afterburner was totally corrupted. if you ever have to hard shut down your pc keep in mind that can corrupt afterburner. delted AB and problem resloved.
time to get drunk... see ya on the field.thumb.gif

i dont see why one couldnt just go back into the memory editor and reprogram the memory address back to its default value. glad you got it worked out thumb.gif

regardless, everyone needs to be careful using this method to control their voltages. it is a memory hack... which is a hack! when bypassing the programming of a piece of software, always keep in mind the risk of your actions. We are overclock.net, so i can appreciate one's eagerness to try and use this method, but please dont forget that there is always the risk of damaging your system and the hardware that it's comprised of biggrin.gif
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well catastrophe avoided. afterburner was totally corrupted. if you ever have to hard shut down your pc keep in mind that can corrupt afterburner. delted AB and problem resloved.
time to get drunk... see ya on the field.thumb.gif

Crisis averted! Great news thumb.gif
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I still don't know why AB was still screwed up. All memory editors just mess with binary in the memory only. There is no way it messes with AB on disk because any modification to the code will require recompiling. Oh well, as long as you got it working again, that's all that matters.
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I never had any problems with the edit. Well, unless you include the fact that the only thing it raised for me was the temps tongue.gif
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I still don't know why AB was still screwed up. All memory editors just mess with binary in the memory only. There is no way it messes with AB on disk because any modification to the code will require recompiling. Oh well, as long as you got it working again, that's all that matters.

I agree. as long as you got it worked out, then youre good to go. the computer theory behind it is mostly foreign to me, as my programming knowledge is rudimentary at best. anyways, glad it worked out.
everyone just needs to be careful when tweaking, regardless of how conventional or unconventional the methods you're using are.

in lieu of this "mishap", OP has been updated with a warning about the memory editor
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