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http://www.overclock.net/t/1280007/official-msi-gtx-680-lightning-owners-club/1650#post_17813718

That's where it really starts.

shamefulanomaly is the one who introduced it.

ArtMoney is a hex editor (memory editor for game cheats, actually).
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What mobo do you use gnarly?
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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?

Either starting to degrade a bit, or more likely it's a warmer day & temps went up a bit. Higher temps make it draw more power.
    
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What mobo do you use gnarly?

An MSI Z77A-GD65, no idea how it stacks up vs other Z77 boards, but it has double spaced primary PCI-E slots and I wanted to SLI a pair of MSI cards.
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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?

got it updated. thats one huge score and OC my friend.. im going to hit the lotto again in a few weeks.. my 1380/6800 isnt cutting it
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Well i don't know how to use ArtMoney.
How do you increase mem voltage?
Edit yeah I a noob at some things.
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You have the old BIOS, the newer one removes the fan spinup on bootup

hello
where you can get this BIOS?
just a little tired of the noise at startup
thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by B rad View Post

Well i don't know how to use ArtMoney.
How do you increase mem voltage?
Edit yeah I a noob at some things.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1280007/official-msi-gtx-680-lightning-owners-club/1640#post_17813612

and then:
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Originally Posted by shamefulanomaly View Post

idk, i was told i had a limit of 2 PMs and had hit that limit already, don't know why I can still PM.
Anyway, to summarise:
BUY A DMM FIRST, ITS SO AWESOME AND YOU NEED IT
open memory editor
search for a "byte" type address, with the value of whatever the Core Voltage (+mV) is
move the slider of the Core Voltage around in afterburner
keep filtering for new values in memory editor
use memory editor to key in new value and lock it in
type rubbish in Core Voltage section of afterburner
click apply
check that the Core Voltage gets set to your preferred value
profit
good luck!
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OK basically i had troubble too kust fluked it......scrolled down the massive list of numbers till i found it
Umm kept under 70 degrees just .... tried +10mhz more with the extra voltage and scored less than before.....im thinking maybe a OCP mod is needed need to short the 3 green resistors on the pcb but im not game enough lol........i found the required file serching 0 min value 100 max and jsut scrolled down till i found it was hard though hope i helped.....plz post if the voltage helps anyone
what i got send from the user that posted the guide NOT ME dont give me credit
basically open afterburner first, (not in background, have the window active)
then open the memory editor. select afterburner in the process dropdown, then type in XX in your +XXmv in afterburner, into both the value start and value end boxes.
value type should be byte.
click find new.
you should get a lot of results. move the slider in afterburner. if you moved it to a lower value than previously, click "decreased" under filter options to the right, then click the filter button. likewise if you moved it to a higher value than previously, click "increased" under filter options, then click the filter button. repeat until you have around 2-4 values.
if youre doing it right, you should see these 2 numbers, at least: 00449000 and 0044F5B0. double click 00449000, and it should appear right there at the bottom. change the value to a number of your choice (say, 150, for +150mv), then click write, then click hold.
go back to afterburner and type any value in the core voltage section, and press apply. the value should reflect whatever you typed in the memory editor, +- abit. for example if you typed 150 itd give you 143, 200 gives you 193, etc.
hope this helps. remember, dont push too much voltage in, make sure your card is cooled properly, and dont run it on high volts too long. good luck!

Then there's a full set of instructions with pics, bit big to repost, but,
http://www.overclock.net/t/1280007/official-msi-gtx-680-lightning-owners-club/1670#post_17814238

Further commenting for those that still had trouble, from this post on..
http://www.overclock.net/t/1280007/official-msi-gtx-680-lightning-owners-club/1690#post_17814404

If you cannot follow it after reading all that, maybe it's just not for you. No responsibility taken for any damages. Everything at users own risk.
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An MSI Z77A-GD65, no idea how it stacks up vs other Z77 boards, but it has double spaced primary PCI-E slots and I wanted to SLI a pair of MSI cards.

Ah, cool. I was wondering because i've had some BIOS annoyances with my motherboard lately, yours was one of the few i've seen with super high gfx/physics scores. Just curious: do you overclock your CPU with offset voltage? I have tried with my asus board and its just impossible. My offset voltages rise way too high to make it usable, so im forced to use 24/7 1.26V (i'd much rather use offset voltage). If I use offset my voltage goes as high as 1.45v....lol thats a definite no go.
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got it updated. thats one huge score and OC my friend.. im going to hit the lotto again in a few weeks.. my 1380/6800 isnt cutting it

Hope you get one man. They're out there alright. Out of the 4, I got 2 amazing ones. So, hopefully you can nail those 50/50 odds boxing3.gif
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