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dont mess with the other 3.. they dont do anything. if you change one of them and not the first one, it wont change your voltage. all you need to do is change the first one, then "freeze" the value, and choose to allow it to increase only (freeze options in the "edit" menu, not the "edit value" menu)
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Ah. Yeah I was just seeing if anyone played with them, since they seemed to adjust up and down relative to voltages applied in AB. Didn't know if they were relavent or not.
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I ran 1455/7300 and only got 13,043 headscratch.gif What does the rest of your setup look like? Are you running PCIe 3.0?

I have the same setup as you. Running static clocks and voltage (EIST, C1E, C7, C3, C6 all disabled) increases my single card gpu score in 3dmark11 by 100pts at 1300 core, consistently. I only had CPU at 4.1 at the time, might yield better results at 4.8/5
    
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I have the same setup as you. Running static clocks and voltage (EIST, C1E, C7, C3, C6 all disabled) increases my single card gpu score in 3dmark11 by 100pts at 1300 core, consistently. I only had CPU at 4.1 at the time, might yield better results at 4.8/5

Hmm. Yeah I been doing all these runs at my 24/7 overclock of 4.1Ghz. I'll try a higher CPU clock, thanks.
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I ran 1455/7300 and only got 13,043 headscratch.gif What does the rest of your setup look like? Are you running PCIe 3.0?

Think it's an x79 thing, it doesn't score quite as high on the gpu, but close, & the physics score gets the overall score over the top.
At 1455/7200 I got 13067 gpu score, 3930k at 5.1Ghz .
    
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Think it's an x79 thing, it doesn't score quite as high on the gpu, but close, & the physics score gets the overall score over the top.
At 1455/7200 I got 13067 gpu score, 3930k at 5.1Ghz .

Are you using the PCIe 3.0 hack? Well, I guess our scores are within the margin-of-error, because with the memory clocked 100mhz higher I score 24pts lower (13,043) than you. Because I upped the CPU from 4.1Ghz in the original run to 4.8Ghz and actually scored lower guiltysmiley.gif
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Well michael, got another update. Sorry for yet another one, but this should be the last 3dMark11 one. 1461mhz/7300mhz (Extreme 2.2.3)

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4114079 - GPU Score- 13,041. I scored lower again. These scores are all within the margin-of-error I would think?
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I did use the pci-e 3.0 hack.
Scores are within margin of error, after getting everything tuned I usually do a restart & then run for best score.
    
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Something interesting happened to me today. I haven't run 3dMark11 for about a week, so I decided to do a benchmark run with the settings that I saved before which worked just fine. This time, however, I get a ton of artifacts. I had to go in and increase the memory voltages to get it to stop. Anyone else run in to this?
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Ah well. Thanks smile.gif
Edit: So, just wondering if anyone messed with the other 3 "matches" when narrowing down the values in ArtMoney to 4. I know the top one, 00449000, is the core voltage one that you want to edit. But the others change values as well when you apply a different core voltage value in AB (watch the values of these in AM after you move them over to the right column and then apply a different voltage in AB). I'm going to be at work for a while so I can't offer any more info at the moment, but I changed the one (I think the 3rd value of the 4), and it gave my voltage slider a max value of +100mv. But it was still adjustable like normal, only that the max slider value was now +100mv instead of +93mv, which was nice.
But yeah just wondering if anyone else gave any attention to the other 3 values, because they do change with core voltage adjustments in AB, but not exactly to the same value. Are these sort of a hidden secondary voltage value that AB automatically assigns based on the core voltage slider? Maybe changing all of the values would allow for more effective overclocks at higher than +93? thinking.gif
I don't know. Just some info to throw out there while I'm bored and stuck at work. I'll try messing around with the other 3 values when I get home later.

Ok I must be dumb. I've seen reference to "ArtMoney" "AB hack" etc. But can not seem to find anything to reference. Could someone point me in the right direction?
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Ok I must be dumb. I've seen reference to "ArtMoney" "AB hack" etc. But can not seem to find anything to reference. Could someone point me in the right direction?

If you use "Search this thread" and go to the first post that ArtMoney is mentioned and read from there you should get up to speed. Basically it's the program we use to edit Afterburner into giving us any voltage we want wink.gif
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